A quick and painless APP search in your favorite APP Store - android or Apple - and you'll find Yes there are more than you'll think ! However, do more of your YouTube research once you pick a few of them - such as Gaia, then go back to YouTube and find those "Overlanders" who use IT. Eventually you'll find their how-to-use video ! ! ! Or you can just go by the Companies Website(s) and "trust" in their own biased assessments ! Good Shopping to you ! ps; I'm down to a choice of 2, maybe 3 but I still have another 6 months before I even have a JL . . . things could change those choices at any time !It would be nice to have one for real. I just rely on Youtube videos information whenever I watch trail and off-road driving videos.
I wanted to follow up with my comment a few days ago.If you are still looking for trails in the VA area, your best bet is the George Washington National Forest. I would recommend checking alltrails.com to find more.
Thanks for the URL Jeremy. That makes the TrailsOffRoad website much more valuable ... well, at least it does for me. The map is great, but clicking around indiscriminately isn't the best approach. With the list, it's much easier to keep track of them as you read through the write-ups. And, cross reference them to FunTreks and JeeptheUSA.
That specific URl to the list format came up in a Google search and placed me directly on that page (I don't remember exactly what I searched on). I couldn't find it by navigating from the home page of their website either. By the way, you can also use Google to search within a specific website. Example - Enter site:www.trailsoffroad.com in Google (include the entire phrase with site: in the front, don't click the link). It will show you how many pages Google indexed from that specific site. Then enter a keyword after it like site:www.trailsoffroad.com utah and it will show you only the pages on that specific website that contain Utah.Thanks for the URL Jeremy. That makes the TrailsOffRoad website much more valuable ... well, at least it does for me. The map is great, but clicking around indiscriminately isn't the best approach. With the list, it's much easier to keep track of them as you read through the write-ups. And, cross reference them to FunTreks and JeeptheUSA.
Now to admit my ignorance ... where did you get the URL? When I go to the home page, I can't find the secret door to the "trails" list!