WS4W Club Calendar
Trail of the Month in Moab with Lester and Ruth. On March 18th meet at City Market, Moab at 9:00 am. Hidden Canyon and a side trip to Tusher Tunnel. Bring full tank of gas, lunch, water, snacks, etc. Both trails are rated easy.
Red Rockers trail of the month is: Rainbow-Spire rated a 4. Meet at North parking lot of City Market, Moab at 9:00 am. Bring a lunch, plenty of water and a full tank of gas
During the week of March 27th, 2022. Lester and Ruth will be leading trails in the Phoenix, AZ area.
Plan to arrive in Phoenix or Phoenix area some time on Sunday, March 27th; plans now are to meet at Best Western Plus at 1563 S Gilbert in Mesa each morning of the 28th, 29th and 30th at 9am; although this may be subject to change. Please have a full tank of gas, lunch, water, snacks, etc when meeting.
* 3 days of jeep rides (March 28, 29 and 30) to include Montana Mountain and 2 days exploring the Great Western Trail. We have not decided which trails to do which days. Trails have a rating of easy to moderate with 2 short sections rated difficult on each of the Great Western Trail days.
* Plan to head for home Thursday, March 31st.
Rick will lead Topless clean-up. Leave City Market North at 9:00 am. Full tank of gas, lunch. This trail is rated a Class 8
Meet at the Maverick at 9:00 am. Have a full tank of gas, snacks, water. Trail is rated a 5
Meet at the Maverick at 10:00 am. We will go out Elephant skin to Chucker trail. Please bring a side or dessert and a drink. Trail is rated a 2/3
Naturita’s annual west end poker run. Registration is closed and there is a waiting list. Limited to 30 vehicles.
Lester and Ruth will be doing a portion of the Rimrocker trail. Meet at the Rimrocker Motel in Naturita at 9:00 am. They will run the section of the Rimrocker Trail from Hwy 141 to Buckeye Reservoir, have lunch, drop down into Paradox, hit pavement and head home. Trail is rated a 3. If you are camped at The Ballpark and are going with them, let them know and they’ll pick you up there (so you don’t have to come into town and then double back).
June 17 and 19
This is the Friday before and the Sunday after the Red Rock 4-Wheelers June Trail of the Month. Red Rock 4-Wheelers will be doing a trail in the San Rafael Swell area on Saturday June 18th. For information on what they will be doing and where and when to meet, check their website.
Lester and Ruth will be staying in Green River both Friday and Saturday night.
On Friday, June 17th, on our way to Green River we will be running a loop ride in the Book Cliffs. This ride is mostly in UT, would be rated a 1 or 2 and offers some very different views of the Book Cliffs area. If interested, meet at south City Market in Montrose at 9:15AM, with a full tank of gas, lunch, water, snacks, etc or you can meet us at I-70, UT exit 227 at approximately 11:15AM, also with all the usual stuff. The ride should take about 4 hours, including a lunch stop, and will bring us back to our starting point at exit 227. From there it’s a straight shot on I-70 to Green River, exit 164 (63 miles). NOTE: Please let us know if you will be meeting us at exit 227 so we know to look for you.
On the way home on Sunday, June 19, meet at the Silver Eagle gas station in Green River at 9AM with a full tank of gas, lunch, water, snacks etc. We will head east on I-70 and exit at exit 182 for Crescent Junction. We will head north and east following a trail which will get us into the Book Cliffs with views to the south of the interstate and maybe Arches NP. After our lunch stop, we will explore Sego Canyon north to the Ute Indian Reservation, then back to Sego ghost town and some pictographs. We Can air up at Thompson Springs, catch I-70 and head for home. This ride should take approximately 6 hours and is rated a 1 or 2.
Any questions, please contact Lester or Ruth directly (970-964-4719) email@example.com
“Official” Clean Up for Smith Mountain Jeep Road has been Scheduled for Thursday July 7.. This trail is rated a 3.
Plan to leave from Downtown City Market at 9:30am.
Bring lunch, snacks, water, full tank of gas, maybe gloves & a trash bag.
Lunch may be up on the top of the ridge or late lunch along the Gunnison River.
Last time we were up there it was still pretty clean. We will stop several times to replace the faded stickers on the Carsonite signs.
Expect to return to the staging area by way of Peach Valley Road.
Communications: Plan to use WS4W #1, also known as 151.505. We will also monitor CB 5 if needed.
July 9 – Black Bear (the usual route) – meet at South City Market at 8:30am with a full tank of gas, lunch, water, snacks, etc. Trail is rated a 6. Will most likely be in Telluride by 1:00pm with several options of a return route. Home by 3:00pm more or less. There will be an option of returning to Highway 550 from the Pass for those who may not want to go all the way into Telluride.