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Capo Valley 4 Wheelers
Capo Valley Four Wheelers

Superstition Mountain

November 19th 2010


The Camp:
Camp is an easy to get to location.  A few miles down the graded dirt road can be taken on by 2wd vehicles.  Plenty of room for RV and trailers.  Bring wood if you've got it.  The desert is a green and red sticker area so bikes and quads will be present.  Also if you have a bike or quad you are welcome to bring it, it just won't make it on the run.

The Terrain:
Superstition Mountain's terrain is flat desert, sand dunes and rock crawls.  We will touch all types of terrain on both days.

Saturday Run:
The Saturday will be the easier of the two.  Depending on vehicles attending, the days run will rate anywhere from a 3-4.  Please note a tow points are a MUST.

Sunday Run:
I'm reserving the right to drive what ever trail I deem necessary.  Stock vehicles are not recommended but we will find a way to get you through anything.  We will hit 1-2 trails if possible.

Run Checklist

Always Required

  • HAM Radio on 146.550 MHz
  • Full-Sized Spare Tire
  • Seat Belts
  • First Aid Kit
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Battery Tiedown
  • Working Brakes
  • Tow Straps
  • Tow Points

Run Requirements

  • 33+ Sized Tire
  • 4LO Transfer Case

Run Recommendations

  • Rear Axle Locker

Trail Rating

Trail Rating 3+

Difficulty Level: 3+

Trail Rating 1 Graded road; Any 4x4 vehicle or higher clearance 2x4 vehicle with no other modifications
Trail Rating 2 Road rarely maintained; 4x4 with no low bumpers. Anti-sway bar disconnects recommended. Minimum 30" tires and some off-road experience is helpful
Trail Rating 3 Difficult terrain and road rarely maintained; 33" tires, Suspension lift, Off-road driving experience, body armor and Rear locker recommended. Stock vehicles will likely take damage
Trail Rating 4 Very difficult terrain, road never maintained; 33" tires, sway-bar disconnects, Rear locker, and Rock sliders required. 35" tires, front locker, Full cage, and 4:1 transfer-case recommended. Chance of mechanical failure and body damage
Trail Rating 5 Extremely difficult terrain with large obstacles and roll over potential; Full cage required, 37" tires strongly recommended. Good chance of mechanical failure and strong chance of body damage


Rendezvous @ Trailhead/Campsite

GPS coordinates may change before the run.  I took a guess playing with numbers on google.  It looks close

There are multiple ways to get to Superstition Mountain.  My route from Orange County is:
I-5 south
Hwy 76 East
Hwy 79 North
S-2 East
Hwy 78 East
Hwy 86/76 East (@ Salton Sea)
S-30/Forrester Rd South (Stop sign in Westmorland) (right turn)
Imler Rd (Right turn) (Don't miss it)
Wheeler Rd (Right turn into dirt)

I found this the easiest pull with a trailer.  Other options are the 8 freeway exiting Dunaway Rd (use google) or the 10 to the 86 (use google)


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Black Widow

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green tj

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