There are trails, however it is easy to quickly find yourself in over your head. A good example is... after I had followed Phil through a rocky passage to get to an area where the more hardcore guys like to play. We played around there for a while (mostly Phil and Duke were doing the really tough stuff...). When it was time to leave the area, I failed to keep an eye on the lines they took. I wound up high centering once and falling into a crack, requiring assistance to get out.Great pictures. Looks fun. Are there trails or do you just go wherever?
As StubEX says there are trails, but you can make your own too and it is very easy to find yourself in the wrong place real fast. We spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday just wandering between trails and finding obstacles to play on.Are there trails or do you just go wherever?
One time at Katemcy, I had grabbed some granite pieces to put under the rear wheels of someones rig to help him get over an obstacle. Few minutes later I noticed blood running down my arm from my hand. Never even realized that I had sliced my hand right open on one of the rocks. The traction on the granite is sick!Thanks for the pics! Looks like some great traction.
Hey man, I might be moving to Austin soon... (hopefully!) I will definitely try to join in whenever time allows. Looks like y'all had a blast!!!!We really do need a bigger group of JK's to get out there. It is such a fun place! It was great to run w/ Phil and Duke even though I wasn't able to stay the whole wknd. There was a group of about 20 FJ's that really needed to be shown how the JK stacks up to them. After doing a few obstacles (taking a couple hours to complete) we saw them sitting in the same spot. They either didn't know where they could safely take the IFS rigs (and not risk damage) or were just too scared to move...lol. FWIW- I could not have run some of the obstacles without Phils incredible spotting skills to be fair. But I was suprised that with a total of 113 various rigs, that there weren't more JK's.