Anyone interested in hitting up one of these locations? The in laws will be in that week and want to watch the kids for a day. I am flexible for any time that week or the week prior.
Yep. I’m ok with some mud if it’s part of a trail but not all of it.@DadJokes Not a huge mud guy myself, if it’s part of a trail system I can live with it though. But haven’t been to any of these places. Heard redbird gets sloppy if there is any rain. Not looking for anything too crazy This would be the wife’s first trip out. I am in Indy so pretty central to all of them. If you have a preference let me know.
I think 5 or 6th would probably be best for us.
Sounds good. I am pretty good on the experience part. I have been wheeling since I got my first Jeep when I was 16.Yep. I’m ok with some mud if it’s part of a trail but not all of it.
I’m good with either of those days. Let’s see if we can get more interest because I’m short on experience but now loaded with recovery gear. I might post on Overland Bound to see if there’s any interest there with those days.
Made one over here to try and get regional section involved.I thought their was another thread on this... I can make it out on the 5th but not the 6th.
I'll keep an eye out here, I have a winch and some recovery gear as well.
No experience though, haha
That looks like fun for about two minutes. Ok so leaning towards badlands or Interlake. It is supposed to rain off and on the next few weeks. Interlake is probably a much shorter drive for @DadJokes than badlands would be.I have wheeled Redbird and the Badlands. Redbird is okay, and it has badge trails. With that said, if it has rained at all with a week or two, the mud will be everywhere and deep.
The Badlands to me is more fun. I like the trails better, there is mud, but you can avoid it and most of them have a bottom. Redbird, make sure you bring your winch controller with you.
Redbird with mud... Just be prepared.
Here is Interlake. https://indnr.maps.arcgis.com/apps/...S7PHt9mp5Ilj7fHC2po8AgfVMwWtu9EMd6K8ki1E4sBfI