We have all seen the pictures of Jeeps with a tire high up on a rock, car or other Jeep.
Often I'm thinking, did they really climb over that obstacle, or were they just posing?
Last weekend our club (it's not a gang!) traveled one of the harder trails in the San Bernardino Mountain area. Thought I'd share a few photos.
A typical SoCal off road trail.
As mentioned, I often wonder, was the shot posed or real?
The best proof is a photo of the Jeep on the other side of the rock.
This type of travel is cross country, off road travel in areas set aside for recreational vehicles. It's the true meaning of off road. This is not what noobs call "rock crawling". Rock crawling is a sport specifically for rock buggies, or extreme Jeeps that are trailered to the trail head, or rock area. All of the Jeeps in these photos are street legal and traveled a paved highway as a part of this trip.
Please feel free to add your Jeep photos here in this thread.