Big Sky Bayou was named after the Jeep Big Sky for attempting this old Mud Run course that was part of the Super Challenge series many years ago. It features hidden obstacles and a deep low that isn't acceptible for RL4WDs that don't have at least 37" tires and a good lift. Even with the right equipment, this waypoint is very challenging.
This mud run was built with a rock bottom and features some underwater terrain changes. Please do not leave this waypoint until the water and mud have settled off your vehicle. Do not bring the mud onto the paved camp road or it could create an unsafe condition. You must be in 4 low when doing this waypoint and never do it alone. Severe vehicle damage may result if attempting this waypoint without proper training and equipment. Always wear your safety belt when on any of these trails, this low is no joke and there are large rocks hidden in the here that you won't be able to see.
It is not advised to share these waypoint images on any public social media site. While this waypoint was designed and built as a water hazard obstacle, folks wanting to take away our trails will use these images against us.
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