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Old 06-26-2019, 08:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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KOH 2020

It may be a little early to post this up, but I can't find the answer anywhere else yet. I need to request my vacation time asap. Just wanting to make sure, is KOH week always the first Friday to the second Friday of February? That would make 2020's week Feb. 7-14.

Or will it be January 31 to Feb. 7? N00b question I know. IR confused.
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It typically start's the weekend of the Superbowl. So Sunday the 7th to Friday the 7th would be my guess.
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It typically start's the weekend of the Superbowl. So Sunday the 7th to Friday the 7th would be my guess.
It's a month long?
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Old 06-26-2019, 08:46 PM   #4 (permalink)
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It's a month long?
I celebrate KOH'mass all year round

Thanks for catching that. February 2nd to the 7th.
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Just checked today and they have announced the dates. Hammertown is open Friday Jan, 31 until Sunday Feb. 9, with the big race on Friday, Feb 7.
Putting in my vacation time request right now.
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Hi,

I'm looking at going to KOH as a spectator next year. I'll be traveling from the UK for it and will be in a rental RV or car. Is it possible to drive from hammer town to near the key hills/obstacles without a 4 wheel rig? Don't mind walking up, but the two miles across the desert from Hammertown might be too much to sell to the wife!

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Hi,

I'm looking at going to KOH as a spectator next year. I'll be traveling from the UK for it and will be in a rental RV or car. Is it possible to drive from hammer town to near the key hills/obstacles without a 4 wheel rig? Don't mind walking up, but the two miles across the desert from Hammertown might be too much to sell to the wife!

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Rent a rzr and check the entire are out.
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Old 10-09-2019, 03:51 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Hi,

I'm looking at going to KOH as a spectator next year. I'll be traveling from the UK for it and will be in a rental RV or car. Is it possible to drive from hammer town to near the key hills/obstacles without a 4 wheel rig? Don't mind walking up, but the two miles across the desert from Hammertown might be too much to sell to the wife!

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If you are asking whether a car will be sufficient enough to get from spot to spot then the answer is no. If you have a 2wd truck like a Tacoma or 1500 then yes. But barely. You'll have to park at the bottom of the hill going to backdoor and the bottom of Chocolate Thunder and walk up. Which will get annoying. The first year I went I had no idea what I was doing and showed up in a Hyundai Elantra and ended up hitch hiking to the spectator spots. Got to ride in some pretty cool rigs but since then I've always taken my crawler. A side-by-side is probably the best vehicle to have out there.
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