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Hey guys!

I'm looking for a cool trip to do in my Jeep with my wife. I have lived in AK and have been to multiple survival schools, so don't worry about that part. Hoping to be on 35's by then, but running 32" Rubicon tires right now.

I'd be down for a long haul to the trail as far as CO, UT, MT, WA and so on. I live in San Diego. Any suggestions?

Any cool stuff around Glacier National Park in Montana? Always wanted to go there
 

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why not combine CO and Moab? plenty of sightseeing and awesome trails for even stock stuff.

probably one of the most common answers, but you really can't beat the scenery and trails.

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Awesome thanks. That's definitely on the bucket list. This big trip is now probably a year away. Now I'm thinking a summer vacation at lake tahoe and a trip on the Rubicon Trail. I have 4.56 gears not installed yet, after that I just need 35's and a front traction device.
 

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not sure how built your rig is but....
There is always the fourwheel off road ultimate adventure here is some requierments and a link....


http://www.fourwheeler.com/ultimate-adventure/2014/1401-ultimate-adventure-2014-application/


Vehicle must be road worthy and capable of sustained highway speeds of 60 mph and a fuel range of at least 150 miles.
Vehicle must be street licensed and insured, and driver must have a valid driver's license, current registration, and current proof of insurance.
Front and rear axle lockers (limited slips do not suffice)
Must be self-sufficient (bring your own spare parts, fluids, tools, food and water)
Front mounted vehicle recovery winch, and controller
Winch accessory kit (tree saver, snatch block, clevis, chain, gloves)
Rollbar with safety handles or grab bars (rollcage preferred)
Adequate first-aid kit per Red Cross requirements
Seatbelts for all occupants, always worn when vehicle is in motion
Adequate recovery tow hooks and/or shackle/clevis attachment points front and rear
Secure battery hold-down
35-inch minimum tire size and adequate spare tire
Functional parking brake
Properly working CB radio
Fire extinguisher mounted in reach of occupants
Snatch strap/recovery rope-without metal hooks
Adequate jack and jack points
Spill kit and PETT kit
 

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My build is headed in that direction, but not there yet. I'm really glad you posted that though. I've always wanted to do that.
 
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