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Greetings! Just purchased a new Army Green FJ and looking for some newbie dirt trials in Orange County, California area that are not too technical for a first time off-road excursion. Also recommendations for basic modifications and who installs? Skid Plates, Lights?

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Plenty of good trails up here in the Eastern Sierra, just a few hours to your north; Titus Canyon (Death Valley), Cerro Gordo (Inyo County), Centennial Flat (Inyo County), Robbers Roost (Kern County), Red Rock Canyon (Kern County) to name a few. All straight forward, not too technical. Enjoy!
 

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welcome!

check out www.fjcforums.com...it's a socal FJ forum and seems to be pretty active.

there's great trails all around you. you can head out to anza-borrego, up to big bear...try Silverado Canyon (maple springs road) for an easy day out and a great view.

funtreks is a good idea for trails...I also have an app called EveryTrail which seems to have quite a bit of trails too.


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I recently got a 2011 Army Green TT as well about 6 weeks ago. Been off roading 3 times since.

Here's a useful site to find trails.
Orange County, California - Dirtopia, the Off-Road Encyclopedia
San Bernardino County, California - Dirtopia, the Off-Road Encyclopedia

I've done Main Divide Road and Holy Jim Trail. I recently went to the San Bernardino Mountains off HWY 38. There's an entrance called Vista Point (#1), which took me to 7 Oaks Reservoir (#2); a dam with water. This was a ton of fun!! Got muddy in the process.
 

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