Of all the trails that I have run in Northern California to date, the Slickrock Jeep Trail is by far one of my favorites. Without a doubt, its location deep inside the heart of the Stanislaus National Forest and breathtaking scenery is simply to die for and its relatively short but technically challenging terrain makes it perfect for day runs. Needless to say, when it came time to plan our 2nd run with the JK-Forum.com NorCal Crew, this is the trail we had to do.
Along for the ride we had Liz (DizzyLiz) and Sean in their Black Rubicon Unlimited sitting on an RE 3.5″ Super Flex Lift and 35″ BFG MTs, Matt (brknmach) and his dad with their Steel Blue Rubicon RE 4.5″ Long Arm Lift and 36″ Iroks, Chip (kidjeep) and his daughter with their Silver Sahara Unlimited sitting on a TeraFlex 2.5″ BB, 1″ BL and 35″ Toyo MTs, Stacy (R8R ROK) and his family with their Silver Sahara Unlimited sitting on a TeraFlex 2.5″ BB and 32″ BFG MTs, David (MBATF) and his mom with their Black Rubicon Unlimited sitting on a Clayton 3.5″ Lift and 37″ BFG KM2s, Zip (PeeJ_Zip) and his wife with their Black X sitting on a Rusty’s 3.25″ Lift and 35″ Baja MTZs, Mark (rampage) and his kids with their Jeep Green Rubicon Unlimited sitting on a Full Traction 3″ Ultimate Lift and 35″ ProComp Xtreme MTs and of course, Cindy (WOLette) and I in our Stone White Rubicon Unlimited sitting on a TeraFlex 4″ Flex Arm Lift, 1″ More BL and 37″ Toyo MTs.
If you would like to watch the short video that Cindy put together from this 2nd Project-JK NorCal run across the Slickrock Trail, simply click on the screen or link below:
If you would like to see photos from our run, click on the link below:
And last but not least, if you would like more information about the Slickrock Jeep Trail, please click on the link below to see the trail report that I wrote last year:
Once again, I’d like to give special thanks to Liz for helping me to put this run across the Slickrock Jeep Trail together as well as to everyone else who came to join us. We had a great time with all of you and look forward to wheeling with you again soon!