Lake Mead N.R.A.

Lake Mead N.R.A.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Relaxing and Updating Campground Reviews

July 12, 2010.
We again woke up late to a beautiful sunny morning. It rained overnight and with temperatures overnight in the upper 50's it was expected to reach the low 80's today.
We stayed at home today with the exception of going into town for dinner. We had the opportunity to speak with several of the campsite residents today and leaned some things about the capabilities of our Jeep Rubicon from some Jeep enthusiasts staying in the park for a rally. At the recommendation of some Jeep club members, we purchased a book on Colorado off-road trails that was available at Princeton RV Park,



Full color throughout • 100 Trails (27 new) • over 400 photos • 232 pages
The 100 trails in this book may be the best batch ever put together in one place. Whether you are a newcomer to 4-wheeling or an experienced veteran, we guarantee you’ll have fun. The trails are grouped into seven key areas in the heart of Colorado’s most beautiful high country. Most are convenient to Denver and the Front Range.

A full-color format makes planning your next adventure simpler than ever. Easy, moderate and difficult routes are color coded, while symbols quickly show kinds of vehicles allowed on each trail. This includes unlicensed UTVs, ATVs and dirt bikes. 

A separate mileage log ties numbered locations along the route to a custom map and “Aerial Terrain” view. GPS coordinates are provided for each numbered location and may also be 
downloaded free from this Web site. Included are reverse mileages for all trails and historical highlights. 

Every book includes concealed spiral binding that lays flat for easy use. Heavy-duty plastic laminate cover withstands rough use. (Not available in square back format.)
With this book, we should have a better idea off what Jeep trails are suitable for our abilities and lack of experience. We've been told there are a lot of Jeep trails near Montrose, Co. in the Ouray- Silverton area of Colorado.
We prepared for our move towards Montrose, Colorado tomorrow. In the evening I worked on updating our Campground Reviews Page.

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