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Looking For My First Trip!

Discussion in 'General 4Runner Talk' started by WhoDoiFollow, Mar 4, 2018.

  1. Mar 4, 2018 at 1:32 PM
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    WhoDoiFollow

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    Hey guy's I just recently purchased my 4runner Off-Road Premium.

    It's still stock and i was wondering what trails I would be capable of doing. Nothing too insane, just some trails and rocky roads would be great.
     
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    Dark Knight

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    Weather plays a big role with this. Mainly where are you located? Members may be able to name places that would be good to go.
     
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    WhoDoiFollow

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    Im located in Souther California, Artesia
     
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    The Santa Ana Mountains have some nice trails/roads. Go to Santiago Peak for some amazing views. No serious offroading, just trails and rocky roads.
     
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    I live up in Nor Cal. I'd suggest Funtreks Guide to California Backroads. Good place to start and has a ton of information on trails in the area, difficulty ratings, and GPS coordinates. I've been crossing trails out of the book and so far they have been a blast.
     

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