|09-30-2009, 01:12 PM||#1 (permalink)|
29th AnnualHump N Bump Las Vegas ( Logandale) NOVEMBER
The 29th Annual Hump N Bump will take place November 6th and 7th 2009.
This year we have reserved the County Fair grounds for camping
it has power / water and lots of room for all the RV`s
The Trails! Something for everyone
The following trails we will be running this year:
Arockalpse - Extreme trail with a gigantic boulder at the beginning. This trail is rated 4 and should not be attempted unless you have 35"+ tires, 2 lockers and do not care what you vehicle looks like!
Bowl Trail - Perfect trail for those with stock to lightly modified vehicles. The trail winds through the desert through some very scenic parts of the Logandale area. There are a few obsitcles for those of you adventurous types but all are optional. At the very end of the run you can really test your driving skills and attempt the S-TURN. Though it is optional we suggest lockers front and rear and there is a possibility for some body damage. Full size not recommended in the S-Turn and are guaranteed body damage.
Bronco Falls - A trail named after the one biggest obstacles in the trail, a huge vertical climb up a rock wall. Though it looks more intimidating then it is difficult a good set of tires and some low gears will get you to the top.
Hawkins Trail - Scenic trail that takes you through the mountains to the valley adjacent to the Logandale Valley. This is the connector trail for many other trails such as Matterhorn, Arockalypse and The Bowl trail. So if you’re looking for a scenic easier trail take the Hawkins Trail.
Matterhorn - Rated probably a 2 this trail is good for those slightly modified vehicles. Scenic ride through the Logandale hills to some mild obstacles. Great optional off camber climb just before a large climb that puts you back in the launch position.
Rock Bottom - This is a great trail for those looking for a challenge. Rated a 3+ this trail will test your rig. The entrance to the trail is a V notch that you tip toe through. From there you crawl some sand stone obstacles along the way until you end up in a canyon with 4 ways out. The easiest is rated a 2 or 3 the hardest put mosts on their roof! As the trail comes to an end you have two ways to exit the trail: the S turn near the end of the trail where your power steering, gearing and brake control abilities get a major workout or the waterfall which is pretty steep flat rock wall decent. After the trail have some fun at the sand dunes and back to base camp. Trail will take about half the day with a large group so bring snacks and plenty of water.
Shitter Trail - This trail will challenge the stock the vehicle but still have excitement for those modified rigs with some optional obstacles. This trail is also close to base camp and is famous for unofficial night runs. Rated about a 2-3 depending on the optional obstacles.
Bitter Springs -This trail starts out overlooking Lake Mead in the distance and heads west. You end up going through a few narrow canyons and then back onto a main dirt road. A popular lunch spot is near an old mine. There is a great very narrow canyon that provides great shade and a scenic opportunity to hike. After heading out you follow a wash down to the main road and out or continue to follow the wash all the way to the water. There is some great optional obstacles including a very narrow off camber trail next to a large hole that puts the pucker factor high.
The Country Fair Grounds have 110 power / water / restrooms
to use this facility we need to add a RV fee.
$30.00 RV Fee for the weekend
No Fee for tent camping on the grass
No Parking on the grass
There is an area wide enough next to the grass and RV`s
that will be reserved for tent camping.
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|11-11-2009, 08:42 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2004
Member # 39848
Location: Grand Junction Crawlorado
Does anyone have any Pictures of the Colorado guys and the folks we wheeled with we didnt get a single shot and would Love some. Thank you and have a great day