T and I are not going this year but I was wondering how many of you guys were going to make it. Are there things to do at Ouray/trails there that the 4x2's can do? I am thinking about next year, that's all. I would love to drive out to Colorado. That just sounds like an awesome drive.
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I'll be in Ouray! This will be my third trip to Ouray in my FJ2WD.
Lifted with Donohoe....er..Icon struts, rear locker, ARB sliders and BFGs:
I have done Engineers and the entire Alpine Loop, Corkscrew and Calif Gulch, Imogene, Ophir, and Yankee Boy and some others. All are accessible with good conditions. Wet or ice conditions adds some challenge. The rear locker is essential I think. I have attempted some trails with it off and lost traction.
Haven't attempted Black Bear...yet. hope its open and dry this year!
Ouray has plenty of challenges for all!
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