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Running Spring Creek. Meeting at the Taco Bell in Dumont at 9am.
Argentine Pass. Open to all, but solid axles will be suitably rebuked so you get the full IFS Jeep Experience.
Meet at Marion‘s of the Rockies for Breakfast at 8:30am, Leave for the Trailhead at 10. Be gassed up with a lunch. tow points requir
Basic Off-Road Driving class with OnTrail Training. Bring a camp chair, lunch and drinks for the day, and a notebook. This class is for MHJC Members only.
Meet at Taggerts Shell on 119
Patrol 4 is running Rollins Pass and Jenny Creek
This trail does require an OHV sticker.
Open to all. Running Bard Creek and Democrat Mountain to get ready for A4F. Anyone is welcome. Meet at Marions of the Rockies at 8:30, head for the trail at 10am. Be gassed up with a lunch. Tow points required.
Monthly meeting for Mile-Hi Jeep Club Officers, Board of Directors, and Committee Chairs to report on the previous month and make plans for the upcoming months. MHJC members only are allowed to attend.
MEET: Denny’s Restaurant parking lot on South side of 6th Ave and Union/Simms in Lakewood
"As real Hobos ride the rails, we instead ride the trails in the same traveling spirit." Come be a Hobo for a day, and ride the Kingston Peak Loop Trail above Alice with us. As a Hobo, you‘ll need to muster up supplies to survive! "Jeep, Jeep!"
Open to all. Running Wheeler Lake, and doing some trail maintenance. Anyone is welcome. Meet at Brown Burro in Fairplay at 8:30, head for the trail at 10am. Be gassed up with a lunch. Tow points required. Bring work gloves.
Open to all. Running Kingston Peak to get ready for A4F. Anyone is welcome. Meet at Marions of the Rockies at 8:30, head for the trail at 10am. Be gassed up with a lunch. Tow points required.
Monthly meeting to plan and report on MHJC Land Conservation Committee projects. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
At least one representative should attend from each Patrol, but all MHJC members interested are welcome.
This monthly meeting is open to members and guests. Leadership reports on club activities and we often have a guest speaker from a local vendor or community organization. Stay and enjoy refreshments after the meeting!
Run Red Cone and exit thru Montezuma to Keystone. Only requirements are front and rear tow points. Meeting at Cutthroat Café in Bailey for breakfast (if interested) at 7:30am, leave for the trail at 8:30am.
For details contact: TripPlanner@mhjc.org
For those not going to All4Fun - going to run Halfmoon Creek up to see Champion Mill. Meet at 9:00am to leave for the trail at Saturdays Discount (south side of Leadville). They do have fuel to top off.
The 4th Annual Mile-Hi Jeep Club Associations Summit Presented by TnT Customs will be held during the 52nd Annual All-4-Fun Event Powered by Bestop in Silverton, CO on Monday, July 30th, 2018. If you are involved in Land Use we hope to see you there!