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2020 All-4-Fun Trails

Each morning trips will be departing from the All-4-Fun Base Camp. Trip difficulty will range from 3 to 10 based on the standard "Ten Scale" for trail difficulty (see Trail Ratings below).

This year, as we have in the last couple years, we will be providing every participant with (1) All-4-Fun Challenge Coin. This will be your ticket every night to confirm what trail you are running. You must provide this challenge coin to the All-4-Fun Trips Committee nightly to confirm your trail or if you sign up on site nightly. You will get your challenge coin back when you show up for the trip you signed up for the following morning. If you misplace your challenge coin you can buy another one for a small fortune! 


This year we will be providing every registered vehicle attending the 2020 All-4-Fun event with a 2-Way radio. This will be the primary communication tool used around camp and on every trail run.


*Wednesday is Vendor day. There will be no trips on Wednesday and no sign-up Tuesday evening.



2019 All-4-Fun Challenge Coin
2019 All-4-Fun Challenge Coin

Trails for 2020 All-4-Fun Event

Check out Trails Offroad though the image below to see what trails should be provided at the 2020 All-4-Fun event.
*Note: This is a tentative list of trails for this year's event. As planning continues and we finalize the list it will change.

Trails Offroad

Trail Ratings


Trails can be rated in a number of ways. Below is the system that MHJC references. It is a 1-10 scale with 1 being the easiest and 10 being the most difficult.

1 Easy Dirt and/or rocky road. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 5" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 5" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 6" inches. Good tire placement likely. Can be steep, but with good traction.
2 Easy
Dirt and/or rocky road. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 8" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 9" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 12" inches. Good tire placement likely. Can be steep but with good traction.
3
Moderate
Typically, more rock or undulated road surface. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 12" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 12" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 24" inches. Tire placement becomes more difficult. Can be steep.
4
Moderate
Typically, more rock or undulated road surface. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 18" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 18" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 36" inches. Tire placement becomes more difficult. Can be steep and off-camber.
5 Difficult Rocky or undulated road surface. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 24" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 24" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 54" inches. Tire placement becomes more difficult. Can be steep and off-camber.
6
Difficult Rocky or undulated road surface. Potential rocks less than 36" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 36" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 84" inches. Tire placement becomes more difficult. Can be steep and off-camber.
7 Severe Rocky or undulated road surface. Rocks and less than 54" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 54" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 10' foot. Tire placement not good. Can be steep and off-camber.
8 Severe Rocky or undulated road surface. Rocks less than 84" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 72" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 14' foot. Tire placement not good. Can be steep and off-camber.
9 Extreme Rocky or undulated road surface. Rocks less than 10' tall. Vertical ledges less than 8' tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 18' foot. Tire placement not good. Extreme steep and off-camber.
10
Extreme Rocky or undulated road surface. Rocks more than 10' tall. Vertical ledges more than 8' tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls more than 18' foot. Poor tire placement. Extreme steepness and/or off-camber.

Questions?


Browse our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), or send us an e-mail at all4funinfo@mhjc.org.


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