Dates: 2/13-16/2004 Trail Time: 3 Days Location: Sonora Mexico Mapping / GPS / Waypoint File: .GIF Map Image Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 / .MPS (Mapsource) Track File for day one only. Contact me if you would like additional navigation information on the extremely remote and rugged track for day 2 and…
With each trip, Utah continues to unveil its splendor, reaching out to the uninitiated with a powerful grasp.
Sometimes you read about malfunction coasters at the newspapers, same with the races, but that is not the normal scenario.
Date: 5/1-3/2004 Trail Time: 5-6 hours Location: Coronado National Forest, SE of Wilcox Arizona. The trail starts at the intersection of Route 181 and the Pinery Canyon Road Mapping / GPS / Waypoint File: .gif Map Image (Main) (Area) / Topo 100k (Note: I have detailed GPS and track data available for this trip, but…
Jeep always brings an interesting bunch of trucks for us to test each year at Easter Jeep Safari.
Some people have a passion for traveling that urges them on, no matter the odds.
Sibley Mansion and Bluebird Mine, Copper Creek Arizona
‘Following in the footsteps of….’ etc. Few groups can be more heroic than The Long Range Desert Group (LRDG) who operated in North Africa during World War 2
Land Rover introduced the Range Rover in 1970 revolutionizing the 4×4 industry for years to come. In an era of rugged Jeeps, Land Cruisers and Land Rovers, the Range Rover was the first luxury 4×4.
CYRIL’S TRAVEL LOGS: THE EARLY YEARS – Part 1
Nearly 30 countries and 20,000 miles of adventure.
Anza Borrego Desert State Park, Calcite Mine OHV Trail 2004.
The car sways, as if considering what to do, and then makes up its mind: “It’s falling!” Cyril shouts!
Having fun with a few friends and a few sets of the new MaxTrax.
This scenic trail along the border of Mexico in the southern reaches of the Coronado National forest and surrounding mountains and grasslands is a photographers and nature lovers paradise.
Martinez Canyon and the Cabin Sites is probably the most scenic area in the White Canyon/Superstition Mountains that can be accessed by vehicles.
This is the true story about everything you should see and everything you shouldn’t do.
As overland travelers we’re intrinsically linked to our vehicles. We load them with our lives and place our unwavering trust in them to move us about, like turtles roaming the land.
This trail was full of surprises. Including several off-camber traverses, rocky wash bottoms.
Part Two of our 4wd adventure of the tallest points in the West.