Originally Posted by husker_fan
Yup, Gemini bridges and Shafer switchbacks (saw set of lone ranger) are good trails. The guy that did the Wells book did Fins and Things in a grand cherokee. When I went I still had a JK Unlimited so Gemini and Shafer were easy, but Fins had parts that need good approach and departure angles.
Moab is the coolest place I have ever been. I can't wait to go back the WK2.
Now I have some questions for you. Any good trails near Denver? I have family near there and travel there relatively often. Over Memorial Day we are spending about a week in Salida, any recommendations near there? Will the weather be good for trails?
Keep in mind that I have the 20" Fortera tires and no rock rails (Altitude model, stock). Not sure how much they should be aired down. Probably not interested in anything as technical/difficult as Fins and Things, but Gemini and Schafer don't look too shabby.
What else did you do in Moab that made it awesome? We plan on some hiking at Arches National Park while there (Fiery Furnace, delicate arch, etc). Any suggestions?
Trails near Denver - I've only done a few so far (Loch Lomond, Mill Creek Road Vail, and a couple little dirt trails that don't even have names). Some that I know other WK2's have hit and I'm planning to hit this summer:
Bill Moore Lake
Crystal Lakes (this is a 4 ranking, not sure if too difficult for stock WK2)