Monument Ridge

Jeep Badge of Honor Trail

Event date: 6SEP20

My wife and I made the long trip from St. George, UT up to Jackson, WY to meet up with a group of local off roaders to run the Monument Ridge Trail, recently crowned as a Jeep Badge of Honor trail. Along the way, I was *convinced* to make a stop at Yellowstone Bear World. That place has been on my wife’s short list for years. I’m glad to finally check that one off for her.

 

Camping in the A.T.L.A.S.

After making it up to Jackson, WY, we settled in to our camp spot for the evening up near the top of Curtis Canyon. Not a bad spot to spend an evening.

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We met up with the group at Hoback Junction and lined everyone up to head out. After a short drive to the trailhead, we aired down (which turned out to be very unnecessary) and hit the trail.

*Notice the nice High-Lines and Quick-Release Inner Fenders on David’s JL in the front of the pack. 😉

Monument Ridge – Jeep Badge of Honor GPX Route

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After the short trip on the newly graded road that was once a legitimate off road trail. we were greeted with an amazing view of the surrounding hills and distant view of the Teton mountains. Karlie and Robby put in a ton of effort and planning to bring grills, burgers, hot dogs, chips, and more all the way to the top of the trail. Huge thanks for them for their troubles.

You can follow Robby’s Jeep adventures at – @offroad_208

 

Lunch with a View

After the short trip on the newly graded road that was once a legitimate off road trail. we were greeted with an amazing view of the surrounding hills and distant view of the Teton mountains. Karlie and Robby put in a ton of effort and planning to bring grills, burgers, hot dogs, chips, and more all the way to the top of the trail. Huge thanks for them for their troubles.

You can follow Robby’s Jeep adventures at – @offroad_208

After lunch, we lined everyone up for some photos and drone video. It was nice trip with a nice view at the end. Huge thanks to Karlie and Robby for putting it together.

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