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Posted 12 February 2014 - 03:39 AM Edited by XJpostman, 09 October 2014 - 04:28 PM.

Post your created trails and rock crawls here
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I'm looking for slow 4x4ing and rock crawling trails more than
speed races but anything offroad is welcome.
 
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Here's a few of mine.
 
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Tongva Trail V2.
http://socialclub.ro...uA?platformId=2
The final obstacle on this trail (Vintners Rock) is extremely difficult but I have accomplished it in a fully upgraded MW Mesa and Rebel.  Also can be done in a stock or fully upgraded Sandking.
(I went through and cleaned up a couple of checkpoints and props on this trail, nothing to extensive but is just a better product.)
 
Devils Canyon
http://socialclub.ro...vg?platformId=2
This is my personal favorite.
 
Jagged Spine
http://socialclub.ro...3w?platformId=2
This is a new version of Jagged spine.  I took out the extremely difficult rock section at the very end making it easier but a cleaner finish imo.
 
Banham Mayhem
http://socialclub.ro...LQ?platformId=2
This one is a bit faster paced as most of the obstacles are a little ways apart.
 
Suicide Ridge V2.
http://socialclub.ro...HA?platformId=2
I finally took sime time and reworked some of this trail but decided to leave the difficult part on Zancudo River and the rock climb in the Tongva hills.  I tested it without them but it just didn't feel right.  Just remember you can always take a different route like the South bank on Zancudo River.  I also fixed a few bad spawn points and changed the end.  Its a little easier at the end but still fun.
 
Breaker Beach
http://socialclub.ro...ug?platformId=2
Its a pretty easy trail along the beaches close to Paleto Bay.  Easily done in a Sandking but some fun and unique spots.
 
Tataviam Trail
http://socialclub.ro...eg?platformId=2
Was going to go for a 4x4 excursion in FR and ended up making this trail.  I really like the rocks in this area.  Lots of different possible lines so I wanted to leave it up to you which you choose but there is always a way.  I made it pretty easily in a MW Mesa.
 
Aunt Flow
(Just one obstacle)
http://socialclub.ro...QQ?platformId=2
This is an extreme rock/waterfall climb designed for the Sandking only.  The track would have been shorter but there is a .63 mile minimum.  I am completely blown away that the Sandking can make it up at all but it is possible.  I would not recommend taking any other custom vehicle.  This is pretty solid evidence the Sandking is the best 4x4 in GTA V in my book.
 
The Bane of Chiliad
http://socialclub.ro...JQ?platformId=2
This is probably my most difficult trail, excluding Aunt Flow.  A lot of steep climbs and hard obstacles but the Sandking and MW Mesa can make it pretty well.
 
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I made this a while back to try out some urban 4x4ing but didn't know if it would be well recieved.  Seems like a few people have enjoyed it though so here it is.
Rooftop Rockcrawl
http://socialclub.ro...SA?platformId=2
A 4x4 excursion over the rooftops of the factories and warehouses in La Mesa.  A few tricky angled spots and some very unique locations will definitely make you find the perfect line to make some of the climbs.  Not a walk in the park but can be done in a MW Mesa.
 
 
I deleted my top picks because R* decided to change the url's of all of them. There are a ton of great trails in this thread though so just look around :)
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Posted 12 February 2014 - 12:18 PM

Looks cool, I'll give it a try next time I play.

 

http://rsg.ms/1gpq8Mt

 

That happens to be my first and only creation so far, so don't be surprised if it lacks some polish. Also I'm not sure if it's what you are looking for as it is for dirtbikes, but I'd greatly appreciate it if you tried it out and shared some feedback :-)


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Posted 12 February 2014 - 05:38 PM Edited by paulmgrath, 07 March 2014 - 02:23 AM.

Il give it a try OP, post it in approved PS3 races if you want to get it rated 
Heres one of mine (people love it or hate it depending on the train lol) FINDING DIGNITY link in SIG

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 12:30 AM

Looks cool, I'll give it a try next time I play.

 

http://rsg.ms/1gpq8Mt

 

That happens to be my first and only creation so far, so don't be surprised if it lacks some polish. Also I'm not sure if it's what you are looking for as it is for dirtbikes, but I'd greatly appreciate it if you tried it out and shared some feedback .

I am looking more for trails with rock obstacles or intense climbs for Sandkings or MW Mesa's.  Fun track though.


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Posted 17 February 2014 - 02:42 AM Edited by XJpostman, 17 February 2014 - 08:22 AM.

Il give it a try OP, post it in approved PS3 races if you want to get it rated 
Heres one of mine (people love it or hate it depending on the train lol) http://rsg.ms/Mk9owg

I had a lot of fun on this one with my Rebel. It was a little faster paced than what I make but I'll definitely keep it for just that reason too. Always fun to switch it up.

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 09:35 AM

I'm looking for trails and rock crawls more than races but anything offroad is welcome.

 

Here's a couple of mine.

 

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Tongva Trail

http://rsg.ms/NAPRYW

The final obstacle on this trail is extremely difficult but I have accomplished it in a fully upgraded MW Mesa and Rebel.  Also can be done in a stock or fully upgraded Sandking.

 

New additions:

 

Devils Canyon

http://rsg.ms/1ozY9hx

 

Jagged Spine

http://rsg.ms/1ozYjp9

hi tried the third (jagged spine) with my crew and we reallly enjoyed it (very callenging though) especially the last section with the rocks near the ocean (we we're 8 but one took a bifta and he had to keep pushing triangle most of the time)

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 08:16 PM Edited by XJpostman, 03 March 2014 - 10:43 PM.

 


I'm looking for trails and rock crawls more than races but anything offroad is welcome.
 
Here's a couple of mine.
 
PS3
 
Tongva Trail
http://rsg.ms/NAPRYW
The final obstacle on this trail is extremely difficult but I have accomplished it in a fully upgraded MW Mesa and Rebel.  Also can be done in a stock or fully upgraded Sandking.
 
New additions:
 
Devils Canyon
http://rsg.ms/1ozY9hx
 
Jagged Spine
http://rsg.ms/1ozYjp9

hi tried the third (jagged spine) with my crew and we reallly enjoyed it (very callenging though) especially the last section with the rocks near the ocean (we we're 8 but one took a bifta and he had to keep pushing triangle most of the time)
compliments 
 
Thanks a lot.  I try to make them hard to show the capabilities of the vehicles.  I debated on wether i wanted to add the rock section but I made it in a stock Sandking and my fully upgraded MW Mesa so decided to keep it.  You can take the hills to the right too which I had to do with my Rebel and is still pretty difficult so I wouldn't consider it cheating.  If he made it at all with the Bifta I'm definitely impressed.

Edit: I actually scrapped the end of Jagged Spine because it was a little to crazy, I felt, after playing it through a few more times.

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 03:43 PM

Nice looking trails! Must try those as soon as possible.

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 05:55 PM

great stuff OP..appreciate the effort in the thread and making the trails 

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 08:07 AM

Thanks for the positive feedback guys. If anyone is looking for an offroad partner on PS3, PM me and I'll see if I can link up.
Always looking for some mature 4 wheelers to find new spots with and try new trails.

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 11:56 AM

Gonna try some races today! They look amazing! :-)
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Posted 09 March 2014 - 04:41 PM

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Game Mode: Race

 

Name: King of The Mountains

 

Description: Conquer the mountains in this challenging and long off road race! A true challenge for all the off roaders out there! NOTE - 4x4 vehicles are strongly recommended.

 

-->ADD RACE TO YOUR GAME<---

 

This is an endurance off road race and it is made to be very challenging. I based it on some dakar tracks. There's a water cross that small vehicles like the buggies will have a hard time to cross, so I recommend going with trucks or suvs (taller vehicles more suitable to dakar races). I already have some ideas on how to improve it but I'm always looking for more feedback :-)

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 05:51 PM

I have some off road races but they are all fast paced stuff. My crew members have some rock crawling races that we usually do and they are quite good I would link them for you but Social club is f*cked up as usual and I can only access the first page of my Friends races page. The races in question are on page 2 and 3. If it works properly I'll link them. Anyone else having trouble with Social club?


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Posted 09 March 2014 - 05:58 PM

This is my race where you climb mount chiliad

 

http://socialclub.ro...Mg?platformId=1

 

Be sure to leave me any suggestions


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Posted 09 March 2014 - 11:49 PM Edited by XJpostman, 12 March 2014 - 01:55 AM.

This is my race where you climb mount chiliad

 

http://socialclub.ro...Mg?platformId=1

 

Be sure to leave me any suggestions

Sorry man, I'm on PS3 so I won't be able to try your trail.


I have some off road races but they are all fast paced stuff. My crew members have some rock crawling races that we usually do and they are quite good I would link them for you but Social club is f*cked up as usual and I can only access the first page of my Friends races page. The races in question are on page 2 and 3. If it works properly I'll link them. Anyone else having trouble with Social club?

I haven't been having any problems with social club lately.  I'll definitely try them if you get it up and running though.

 

 

 

Game Mode: Race

 

Name: King of The Mountains

 

Description: Conquer the mountains in this challenging and long off road race! A true challenge for all the off roaders out there! NOTE - 4x4 vehicles are strongly recommended.

 

-->ADD RACE TO YOUR GAME<---

 

This is an endurance off road race and it is made to be very challenging. I based it on some dakar tracks. There's a water cross that small vehicles like the buggies will have a hard time to cross, so I recommend going with trucks or suvs (taller vehicles more suitable to dakar races). I already have some ideas on how to improve it but I'm always looking for more feedback :-)

Looking forward to trying this out.  I'll let you know when I do.

I really enjoyed this track.  It's a very fun trophy truck style race.  Fast pace but if you push to hard you pay for it.  Very clever use of the dirt roads and trails and the river crossing is deceptively deep.  No suggestions at all.   :^:


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 01:00 AM

Looking forward to trying the ones that OP put. 

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 01:20 AM

Will be trying your races out OP, you may like Stage 2 of the Greatest Huck that I created. 

 

The Greatest Huck Stage 2
 
HILL CLIMB! This is a Very long and at times, slow course. Hill climb ...mixed with sometimes fatal jumps over several cliffs... 
Oh and a river jump ofcourse.Did I mention a cliff plummet and some water ramps below in case you have a bad time falling artistically.
Dune Buggy or BF injection/Bifta STRONGLY recommended. Dune buggy is the best choice. If you don't use your brakes, 
prepare to have a frustrating and cliff-fally kinda race. 
If you throttle, when you should braked...You're gonna have a bad time.
 
 

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:43 AM

Tried all of them out, they are tough, very tough, Liked them a lot, the only one I had a problem with is the one that you had to cross the river/creek multiple times. Kept stalling out, I need to have more strategy and it would be easily done.

Over all, killer trails. 

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:51 PM

I really enjoyed this track.  It's a very fun trophy truck style race.  Fast pace but if you push to hard you pay for it.  Very clever use of the dirt roads and trails and the river crossing is deceptively deep.  No suggestions at all.   :^:

 

 

Thank you for your review, it's being really hard to get feedback. I'm glad you liked it :-). I still didn't tried yours but when I have the time I'll try them out as I love off road races :-)


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:12 PM

I really enjoyed this track.  It's a very fun trophy truck style race.  Fast pace but if you push to hard you pay for it.  Very clever use of the dirt roads and trails and the river crossing is deceptively deep.  No suggestions at all.   :^:

 
 
Thank you for your review, it's being really hard to get feedback. I'm glad you liked it :-). I still didn't tried yours but when I have the time I'll try them out as I love off road races :-)

I'll warn you, mine aren't so much races, more so rock crawl trails and from the feedback I've gotten, they are very difficult but there is always a different way if the obstacles get too tough.
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Posted 13 March 2014 - 01:32 AM

I'll warn you, mine aren't so much races, more so rock crawl trails and from the feedback I've gotten, they are very difficult but there is always a different way if the obstacles get too tough.


Tried all of them today. :-)
Took me over an hour to complete them all xD

I loved some of the sections and the challenge they represented :D

I have a few suggestions for you:
- When you re-spawn at many checkpoints, you'll automatically fall or get stuck, try to fix that :-)
- Some sections were impossible to do with my fully upgraded Rebel, I had to go around, so maybe you should alter those sections
- Some falls were way too much in my opinion, try to add a route more realistic (just my personal opinion here)
- It was easy to "cheat", meaning there were many times I did went around the supposed path, some without noticing it. Competing with other players currently means the better cheater wins. Try to force the players to use the path you design with props and the location of checkpoints :-)

I hope I could help you somehow with my suggestions :-)
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Posted 13 March 2014 - 03:17 AM Edited by Neal Fargo, 13 March 2014 - 03:17 AM.

I'm looking for slow 4x4ing and rock crawling trails more than

speed races but anything offroad is welcome.

 

[...]

 

Here's a few of mine.

 

Tried all five of yours tonight. Great fun. I'm new to offroading and was frustrated there were a couple of places on the two Tongva trails I couldn't get my fully upgraded clean Rebel through the marked route and had to go around. Frustrated that I wasn't skilled enough yet, not frustrated with the trails. Got through a lot of places I wouldn't have thought possible, though.

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 07:20 AM

Here's mine:

 

Definitely more of a speed race than a rock climb.  I limited it to the Injection, but for some odd reason you can pick the Sanchez (don't).  It winds through Lago Zancudo, up the beaches around the base, through Raton Canyon and into Sandy Shores.  There's a few river crossings, one of which is pretty deep but I've yet to get stuffed by it no matter how badly I approach it.  

 

We need a Bowler Wildcat in this game

 

http://rsg.ms/1giuVwr

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 02:34 PM

I'll warn you, mine aren't so much races, more so rock crawl trails and from the feedback I've gotten, they are very difficult but there is always a different way if the obstacles get too tough.

Tried all of them today. :-)
Took me over an hour to complete them all xD

I loved some of the sections and the challenge they represented :D

I have a few suggestions for you:
- When you re-spawn at many checkpoints, you'll automatically fall or get stuck, try to fix that :-)
- Some sections were impossible to do with my fully upgraded Rebel, I had to go around, so maybe you should alter those sections
- Some falls were way too much in my opinion, try to add a route more realistic (just my personal opinion here)
- It was easy to "cheat", meaning there were many times I did went around the supposed path, some without noticing it. Competing with other players currently means the better cheater wins. Try to force the players to use the path you design with props and the location of checkpoints :-)

I hope I could help you somehow with my suggestions :-)

Hey thanks for trying them out. Lol I didn't expect someone to do them in a row so good on ya.

I'm finding a few of the suggestions you have the more I play them over, like the spawning point problems and the cheating around props, more than 50 props would help a lot.

I know which drops your talking about...they bug me too but once at the top of the mountains, it is hard to find an easy way down and I want the trails to be a decent length. I'll take another look though cause I agree with you on that.

I wanted the tracks to be very difficult though so people could really see the max of their 4x4's capabilities so I wouldn't consider going around obstacles as cheating. The Rebel is a hard truck to use for these trails also but if you can make it at all, it's an accomplishment.

Thanks for the feedback too though. I'll definitely be going through them again to fix a few things.
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Posted 14 March 2014 - 01:38 AM

There were only a couple of places I wasn't able to proceed per the guideposts with a fully upgraded clean Rebel last night.

 

I like the drops mostly. It's a fun challenge keeping your wheels on the ground so you can use the brakes. With the Sandking and caution, there's not many places your wheels need to leave the ground on the drops.

 

I love the Rebel aesthetically but have been trying to test the limits of its performance. Tonight I went back and played all five trails again (I made a playlist of them yesterday), but this time I used a stock Sandking SWB for comparison. So much easier! All of the few spots I found impossible with the Rebel were doable with the Sandking. Only one of them was even still difficult! I'm kind of disappointed there's such a huge offroad performance difference. I'd like more options than the Sandking, as it's just not my style.

 

There were a few spots that were actually harder with the Sandking, but I'd chalk that up to being stock/unupgraded. The Sandking is so bouncy, sometimes it's like driving a rubber ball. Had to adjust quickly to keeping that under control.

 

There are some places where I'm not always sure of the intended route, when there are no guideposts available. Not much to do about that, given the prop limit. Probably most frequently along the rivers at the end of Suicide Ridge. That's also where I noticed the most problematic spawn points last night in my Rebel. I doubt the Sandking would have any problems with the spawns that were giving my Rebel trouble, but I didn't actually find out. While I had to respawn my Rebel dozens of times over the course of all five trails last night, tonight the stock Sandking SWB only needed to respawn once. I drowned it in the final stretch of Suicide Ridge, and could have avoided that with more care. The Rebel often needed to respawn due to getting hung up, which never happened to the Sandking.

 

Even though there were only a couple of places I found impossible with the Rebel, there were so many that were more difficult. Every little rock formation was a challenge that required picking just the right path, and the perfect throttle. So many of those spots I just ran over in the Sandking tonight with no difficulty. The difference is ridiculous. Anyone who claims the two vehicles are comparable for serious offroading hasn't actually tested the limits of these vehicles.

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Posted 14 March 2014 - 01:59 AM Edited by Neal Fargo, 14 March 2014 - 02:15 AM.

 

I'm looking for slow 4x4ing and rock crawling trails more than

speed races but anything offroad is welcome.

 

Doesn't seem like anyone's posted anything like this yet. (Sorry if I've missed it.) I'm too new too offroading to have made my own yet, but I'll post the best one I had found prior to this thread: http://rsg.ms/1gv1HdP

 

Note: The description says Sandkings only, but I've completed it in a stock rusty Rebel, so you can probably use any 4x4 you're good with.


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Posted 14 March 2014 - 04:36 AM

Curiosity got the best of me, so I called mercenaries on some random poor soul and got myself an off-road Mesa. Fully upgraded it and tried Tongva Trail. The final obstacle on Tongva Trail has given me the most trouble with every vehicle. It took me longer to get up with the Mesa than the Sandking, but I got up there. I'm going to have to try it with the Rebel one more time.

 

I like the off-road Mesa a lot.


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Posted 14 March 2014 - 05:35 AM

There were only a couple of places I wasn't able to proceed per the guideposts with a fully upgraded clean Rebel last night.
 
I like the drops mostly. It's a fun challenge keeping your wheels on the ground so you can use the brakes. With the Sandking and caution, there's not many places your wheels need to leave the ground on the drops.
 
I love the Rebel aesthetically but have been trying to test the limits of its performance. Tonight I went back and played all five trails again (I made a playlist of them yesterday), but this time I used a stock Sandking SWB for comparison. So much easier! All of the few spots I found impossible with the Rebel were doable with the Sandking. Only one of them was even still difficult! I'm kind of disappointed there's such a huge offroad performance difference. I'd like more options than the Sandking, as it's just not my style.
 
There were a few spots that were actually harder with the Sandking, but I'd chalk that up to being stock/unupgraded. The Sandking is so bouncy, sometimes it's like driving a rubber ball. Had to adjust quickly to keeping that under control.
 
There are some places where I'm not always sure of the intended route, when there are no guideposts available. Not much to do about that, given the prop limit. Probably most frequently along the rivers at the end of Suicide Ridge. That's also where I noticed the most problematic spawn points last night in my Rebel. I doubt the Sandking would have any problems with the spawns that were giving my Rebel trouble, but I didn't actually find out. While I had to respawn my Rebel dozens of times over the course of all five trails last night, tonight the stock Sandking SWB only needed to respawn once. I drowned it in the final stretch of Suicide Ridge, and could have avoided that with more care. The Rebel often needed to respawn due to getting hung up, which never happened to the Sandking.
 
Even though there were only a couple of places I found impossible with the Rebel, there were so many that were more difficult. Every little rock formation was a challenge that required picking just the right path, and the perfect throttle. So many of those spots I just ran over in the Sandking tonight with no difficulty. The difference is ridiculous. Anyone who claims the two vehicles are comparable for serious offroading hasn't actually tested the limits of these vehicles.


I couldn't have said it any better. I thought I might have been missing something they were seeing in the Rebel but you put it perfectly. I still might go back and give it some easier checkpoints though so it doesn't limit my tracks to Sandkings only.

Thanks for the feedback though. Glad to hear that some are okay with the drops. I like the places you end up after taking some of them, and yeah, more than 50 props would help a lot but I'll try move some around and see if I can mark out the trails a bit better.

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Posted 14 March 2014 - 05:42 AM Edited by XJpostman, 15 March 2014 - 04:12 PM.

@NealFargo

Nice to see some more rock crawling interest in the thread. Well done if you managed to get up the last obstacle on Tonga Trail with your MW Mesa. I've only done it twice so definitely well done. Looking forward to trying out the trail you posted.

 

Got around to trying out "A jolly good truckin."  (http://rsg.ms/1gv1HdP)

This is exactly what I was looking for!  I took my MW Mesa cause I like a challenge and it made it pretty well.  There were a couple of large boulder sections that gave me a bit of trouble but i wouldn't say I skipped anything the creator wanted me to take.  That being said it was kind of hard to know which direction he really wanted you to take sometimes as the checkpoints were pretty far apart.  

I was amazed at how beautiful the first beach was and he definitely found some very cool obstacles.  I probably would have made two tracks with more technical sections rather than driving the distances accross the map the way he did.

 

Overall be ready for a long trail with some challenging sections in a great location.

 

gets  :^: from me.


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Posted 14 March 2014 - 11:39 PM

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Nice to see some more rock crawling interest in the thread. Well done if you managed to get up the last obstacle on Tonga Trail with your MW Mesa. I've only done it twice so definitely well done. Looking forward to trying out the trail you posted.

 

And here I thought I was doing poorly because it took me like 10 minutes to get the Mesa up there.

 

I just got the Rebel up there too. Technically, I passed just right of the cones at the top, but I don't think that's any easier than passing between them, so I'm calling it good enough. Mostly because it took me 30 minutes to do it, and I'm not going to do this again for 30 more minutes:

 

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For a change of pace, I went back in free mode and ran a Sanchez up there. It can crawl all over most of the slope, but that last step is still a challenge. Sanchez ran up both crevices off to the right more easily.

 

Do you have a name for this location? I was thinking maybe Vintner's Rock, or Devil's Crack. Anyone who wants to understand the difference between the various offroad vehicles should try taking them up this obstacle.

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