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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-21-2017, 09:52 AM Thread Starter
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Trails and KL jeepers in langley BC?

Anyone in the group out in the Fraser Valley? Any good trails?

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There's a jeepbc group on Facebook , I was a member over a year ago , till they started posting the usual pics of trailhawks .

Maybe things have changed , it seems the TH as a far better reputation in the off road community now .
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There's a jeepbc group on Facebook , I was a member over a year ago , till they started posting the usual pics of trailhawks .

Maybe things have changed , it seems the TH as a far better reputation in the off road community now .
Oh okay. But back country off road trips are better done in lifted Wranglers and trucks. I wouldn't think a trail hawk is much more capable than a regular 4x4 compact SUV. The fact that you cant meaningfully lift the KL pretty much relegates it to dirt road exploring, fishing and camping trips, trail hawk or not... 10" of ground clearance is meager.

I was looking to see if anyone does these sort of logging road explorations around here.

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You'll be surprised what the TH can do , far more capable than a regular SUV , especially with decent tires and some protection from the low ground clearance . I've climbed some seriously steep hills out in the bush , as far as FSR's go , it will eat them up no problem. Also a TH completed the Whipsaw run last year , from what I hear , surprised a lot of hard core off roaders .


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You'll be surprised what the TH can do , far more capable than a regular SUV , especially with decent tires and some protection from the low ground clearance . I've climbed some seriously steep hills out in the bush , as far as FSR's go , it will eat them up no problem. Also a TH completed the Whipsaw run last year , from what I hear , surprised a lot of hard core off roaders .


Check out some videos on YouTube

https://youtu.be/DwAAzu7Sayg

https://youtu.be/DyJBr9O-u8g
These are great videos. Your right about how valuable the skid plates are if you intend to run terrain like this. Go Jeep!

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Try Cheam and it's 100 drainage dips up Chilliwack river, nice July/august hike at parking lot.

and Harrison to Pemberton route. Haven't been up Lizzy lake spur since it washed out another good hike. Lots of washboard on the main. Tons of side spur roads.
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