Top 5 Off-road Trips for Serious Truck Owners

Top 5 Off-road Trips for Serious Truck Owners

You’ve got the truck to take on the toughest of Off-roads, now all you need is to plan the perfect adventure. We’ve taken the time to collect a list of the best off-road trips in our amazing USA that your four wheeler can try out:

 Rubicon Trail

 

 Rubicon Trail

 

Going from Loon Lake to Lake Tahoe, this Californian trail is the perfect option if you’re looking to drive through 22 miles of alpine terrain and admire some stunning pine trees and lakes. It’s ideal for trucks with 33-inch tires and rock sliders, and offers two campsites for you to rest and fully take in the natural beauty of the place.

 Alcan Highway

 

 Alcan Highway
 

 

If you’re looking for something even wilder, the Alcan Highway goes from Dawson Creek in British Columbia to the Delta Junction in Alaska. It’s 1,187 miles of paved road dotted with dirt spur roads you can take to make it extra adventurous and explore its alpine forests and lakes. Elks and moose like to show up on this highway so make sure you’ve got a Good Bumper to be prepared for any potential animal collision.

 High Water Mark

 

 High Water Mark

 

If you’re a fan of forests, then you’ll enjoy this 167 mile long trip in the Ozark Mountains that extends from Russellville to Harrison. It’s heavily wooded and features a variety of creeks and waterfalls that make the journey all more special. Make sure to get there with a spare tire and raised differential breathers, and watch out for any water crossings that have gone too deep due to heavy rain. Other than that, you get tons of campsites you can rest at nearby.

 Alpine Loop Trail

 

 Alpine Loop Trail

 

Looking to enjoy a stunning view from a high point? Then go to Southern Colorado for a 65 miles long trip that leads you from Silverton up to Ouray, passing through the San Juan Mountains. If you fear no altitude and have a truck that is reasonably sized, then this trail poses the perfect trip for you. Its terrain is all about maintained dirt roads, often quite steep and narrow but the view from up there makes it all worth it.

 Moab to Mexican Hat

 

 Moab to Mexican Hat

 

Last but not least, this trail in Utah lies in the Canyonlands National Park and extends for 300 miles between Moab and Mexican Hat. Enjoy a variety of sandstone and slickrock roads and graded dirt roads. Prepare your truck for all kinds of off road obstacles with a solid bumper, a spare tire, and all extra fuel you might need. Only note, do keep an eye on the weather as floods should be avoided at any times.

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