Corral Canyon OHV area Part 1

krh2

New Member
Five days of Camping, fishing, shooting, Off roading, and general debauchery...... :D

Corral Canyon OHV area. lots of trails most are for quads, bikes, but this one aprox 30 miles was nice. We made it to about 1 mile from the end of the loop and had to turn back. It was dark and when DanielK's truck starts to get stuck, you are out of beer= time to turn around. Unfortunately we had to back down the trail downhill, through a stream to find a place to turn around. :smt009

Socal boys doin it up. Me, Tc3Driver (TitanSpot), DanielK (TitanSpot), and Firebreed (Fronty Spot). Me & Firebreed (Brandon) in his pre-runner 1st gen 2wd Frontier... Tc3Driver and my buddy Mike in his '08 2wd 8" lifted XE... DanielK and Mrs. DK in his 12" lifted '06 4x with E-locker....

We left camp around 1300 and I soon got on the CB and said me and Brandon were heading back to camp to get the tow straps.. GOOD THING...... :smt003

Met up at the trail head and started out. Pretty easy stuff for the first 15 miles or so then we started to hit large rocks and deep streams. I suggested DK post up in the middle as he is 4x with a locker an beefy shoes..

A couple of footnotes:

1- Mike did not take his diesel Silverado as it is his tow vehicle and he really has no off road experience.
2- I did not take my truck because they convinced me that if I broke it I would have to tow it and my trailer home via a tow truck.
3- I was sick (still am) that is why my voice sounds like Slingblade. lol
4- CB's are a must on trails... IMO
5- Be prepared to spend the night out there.......... We almost did.
6- Bring enough Beer to last past 1900. :smt003
7- Try to avoid hitting your dome numerous times against the window. :smt002
8- Brandon and Bill drove like pros in 2 wheel drive........ Pick the right line and get plenty of momentum. :smt023
9- Tow straps......... a lot of them........... A MUST
10- When crossing a creek etc. have plenty of room out front 'cause you have to go real fast to get through in 2x..
11- Have a friend on the trail with you like Bill, Brandon, and Daniel that are fearless and can drive like no other.
12- Take at least 1 truck with 4x and a locker.
13- Make sure you have plenty of memory on you camera and batteries. :smt021
14- Tell your wife at camp not to call the Ranger unless you dont make it back by a set time. (Mike's wife was gonna call at 2100 and we got back 3 minutes before that)
15- Relax, and have fun! :smt004

Now for the pics / vids......

Trail head.... left to right. DK, Mike, Me, Brandon.... Tc3 taking phtoto

























Videos....... :smt002

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi_mhi80_sk[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zy7gXCBwwro[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIVD5qoqw6M[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaN9UAv0cQA[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L69X-hR3yw[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-splAbAAF4[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHyFQp_SERA[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NootXLt8LU[/youtube]
 
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