Our latest YouTube video addition highlights a trail run that we did up Odessa Canyon back in September and as our good friend Jennifer (aka – toad) can be quoted as saying, it truly was “a 5-SCREAM run!” As you’ll see, this trail required a lot of low range work as well as a fair amount of winching and strapping in order for us to climb up and over the myriad of boulders and dry falls we encountered along the way…
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Filmed back in September over Labor Day Weekend 2007, this Project-JK trail run video highlights our end of the summer two day camping trip up to Monache Meadows and the Sherman Pass 4×4 trail, both of which are located up in the southern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, close to Lake Isabella.