Seven websites with Jeep trails

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Some of the websites I know about with Jeep trails and GPX tracks.


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JeepTheUSA.com Over 450 quality Jeep trails in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. Interactive maps serve as great overviews of ALL TRAILS on one map so you can put everything in perspective. Difficulty ratings are shown for every trail. These ratings will help you decide what trails you want to do.

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TRAILSOFFROAD.com By providing comprehensive and current off-road trail guides, we solve the problem of finding off-road trails that suit your personal adventure threshold. You need to know what you are getting into before you are hub deep into being bored or scared to death. Here you can find that perfect off-road trail, jeep trail or build your overland route that suits your off-roading adventure threshold.

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NWJEEPN.COM We have worked hard to bring you the most comprehensive list of northwest trails on the internet and to provide maps and GPS data to help you find those trails. We continue to add trails to our inventory year after year and provide you with the best information we have about the condition of these trails.

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Offroad Dance.com Tracks in four Western states. His GPX tracks are at the bottom of a long list of photos.

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in-the-desert.com Day Trips in the desert. Trips to 5 states in the desert Southwest and trips to Mexico. Google maps and GPX topo tracks included for most trips. Over "140" trips now listed. Where do you want to go?

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TrailDamage.com Photos, videos and information about 4x4 trails in Colorado and Utah. Note - you must buy an annual subscription.

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FunTreks Does not have online tracks, but they have the best collection of Western trail books available anywhere.

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Hope these help you. Please leave a comment or add other sites.



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I knew most of these, but not all. Thanks for sharing!
 

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Thank you! Spent hours looking for such sites.
 

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Thank you! Spent hours looking for such sites.
Now you'll spend hours looking THROUGH the sites. There is some overlap between the sites, but each have some new trails. For Arizona, I've found JeeptheUSA, FunTreks, and TrailsOffRoad to be the most informative. I find myself combining parts of trails from all three sites.

Do compare the tracks before you go to understand what-is-what. For example, the Reymert Mine trail for JeeptheUSA takes one a little deeper into the hills than FunTreks and TrailsOffRoad ... didn't realize it at the time ... went too far one way and not far enough another. Also, the Ghost Town Trail for FunTreks and TrailsOffRoad overlap for half of the journey, then they take off in different directions. So again, drop the trails onto Google Earth to double check them.
 
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FYI ... TrailsOffRoad has now gone to a two tier membership system. The basic, for free membership, looks similar, but it has dropped the trail rating and the map only shows the trail you click on ... not all of the trails at once. The premium membership ($25 annually) keeps all of the old features, adds some additional features, and promises to up their 1,400 trails to 2,500 by the end of 2019 and 4,000 trails by the end of 2020.
 

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TrailsOffRoad has now gone to a two tier membership system
They have a decent you tube channel with trail reviews focused on a particular region (e.g. Southern California). Very helpful to find best trails in a new region.
 








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