Anyone know of any good wheeling in Southern Oregon?
I see your from bend, where is there some good rockcrawling around the bend area. I spend a couple weeks there every summer and I would love to bring my rig down there to do some wheeling. Please tell more!Ben Holloway said:i would disagree, there is enough rocks here to keep me happy
Ditto - all around the hills in the Sam's Valley area is more pretty fun wheeling. Not 'hardcore' - but after a good rain everything is slicker than shizzo. There is a ton of BLM/Forest Service land out there so just head for the woods and get wheeling.larryboy said:out of medford on the other side of sams valley is an area called eldeberry flats. a lot of tight brushy trails with slippery rutted hill climbs and some creek crossings.power line roads are a good source of entertainment too.
really helps if you can find some local knowledge or pick up a map from the blm office in medford.
most wheeling in oregon involves water crossings and and lot of mud.in the summer most forest land gets shut down due fire conditions. so the best wheelin is in the winter.
From talking to a friend last week, Ben found some rocks in his area. They weren't very Toyota body friendly so if you have a fullsize (assuming you do by the nick) it could get ugly.Blazerman1 said:
I see your from bend, where is there some good rockcrawling around the bend area. I spend a couple weeks there every summer and I would love to bring my rig down there to do some wheeling. Please tell more!