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spooner 10-28-2010 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by VEGASSMAN (Post 31705)
Anyone going to Hump N Bump in 2 weeks? I just registered!
Should be good fun!

Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers: Hump n Bump

i have to work or i would do it...

VEGASSMAN 10-29-2010 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Heffa (Post 31922)
How many miles is this? I know where the starting point is but not the ending.

If I recall, I think it was about 14 miles in to the wash...

VEGASSMAN 01-11-2011 10:06 PM

Been wanting to hit Bitter Springs trail...never been on it. Anyone game?

wjowens 01-14-2011 09:33 PM

Get with the Nevada Backroaders crew. Great bunch of folks

wjowens 01-14-2011 09:35 PM

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Originally Posted by spooner (Post 22395)
if your looking to do some mild trail wheeling then i would suggest this Nevada Backroaders they are a great group and you'll see a lot of So. Nevada. really helpful too. they also do some harder stuff too but most of their club runs are geared towards stock 4x4's of all kinds..

if you are into harder stuff here's another club in Las Vegas
Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers

x2 on these guys, didnt see this post earlier. :HIGHFIVE:

NevSmith 01-24-2011 05:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Heffa (Post 31922)
How many miles is this? I know where the starting point is but not the ending.


It is properly called, "Burro Wash". It is one of the few recognized and legal 4X4 trails in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. It is about 10 to 12 miles down to Lake Mohave from leaving the pavement in front of the WAPA Substation at the south end of Buchanan Blvd. Going in is no big deal. Coming back out can be a bugger at the first steep pitch when leaving Monkey Hole on Lake Mohave. 4X4 will be required to make that 200/300 yds. After that 2X4 is fine. Elevation drop from BC to the lake is about 1900 ft.

You can stop in at the National Park Sevice's Headquarters Office in Boulder City and request a set of their "offroad trail" maps. They have a series of 4 pages that show all the approved offroad trails in and around Lakes Mead and Mohave. You have to ask for them as they are not out on display.


...........NevSmith

talton 02-05-2011 09:14 AM

I plan on moving back to Vegas after being gone for the last 9 years. Thanks for all the info on the great spots to wheel.

yopauly 02-11-2011 04:55 PM

[QUOTE=NevSmith;

You can stop in at the National Park Sevice's Headquarters Office in Boulder City and request a set of their "offroad trail" maps. They have a series of 4 pages that show all the approved offroad trails in and around Lakes Mead and Mohave. You have to ask for them as they are not out on display.


...........NevSmith[/QUOTE]

I've been in Nevada since 78' and never knew this! Thanks from another Smith


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