try wheeling west of the 5miguelitro said:that pic is devils canyon, SAS 35"s minimum unless you are crazy then 33's.
There is evry kind of wheeling here, closest is a nice fun sliders recomended trail about 30 mins form SDSU
then there is some fun stuff about 1 east, more rock crawling stuff.
the desert is wide open and crawlin stuff 1.5 hrs.
and of course there is baja right next door if you have the cajones.
I'm in PB, there is no life east of the 5
That Baja?rynosurf said:
I was just there last week, ran a ton of the trails along the old coastal ridge route, down to Los Burros? rd. It's realy nice up there, nothing too hard. I came in from the east side of the road and the 101, when you get to Fort Hunnter Ligget base entrance you can get a pass to go accross the base to the other side of Nacimiento-Ferguson road and take that up there.. you need to have your registration, drivers lic, and insurance, and they may search your vehical, but if they are not doing any training in that area they will let you cut across. Just no playing with the tanks, they time you to make sure you don't play around on the base... plus they may use you as a target if you stray off the road...SCTaco said:You should check out the Nacimiento-Ferguson Road between you and Big Sur (Los Padres National Forest). There are a few trails off of that road and some killer camping spots.