Boulder Pass is by far the most challenging trail in this park. Very tight, 4 doors may have to take some of the bypass trails not on the map to get back to the major waypoints. Advised to walk this first if you have a 4 door.
This is a level 10 trail mainly because the waypoints are a level 10 grade. It's not super tough for the most part, maybe a lvl 4-6 in most areas but be very careful as the trail will turn into areas that you can't get back out or very easily. The nice part about this trail is there are some bypasses in the interior to get to Boulder Junction and Ramp Rock.
Use extreme caution on these rocks, they are very large. Always bring a buddy, comms and a spotter. Inexperienced drivers, take the interior trails and watch/walk these trails before attempting.
Please stay out of the major mud areas to avoid damaging the tree roots. It's very hard to get equipment back in here to re-rock.
Boulder Junction is a huge rock play area spanning hundreds of feet in all directions. Ramp Rock is just that, a huge rock that looks like a giant ramp to the moon.
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