USGS streamflow - http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?09510000
~ 120cfs - you shouldnt have any issues crossing.
There are some good sized rocks about a quarter mile into the trail, I would definitely make sure those new vehicles all have sliders. Then again, it could be all stacked too...
we stacked alot of rocks for the zr2 ( i mean alot!) and he made it. the river had the least amount of water in it ive ever seen. all in all good easy trip
Well, to get this back within some reason, I have this one thing to say:This is my opinion; stacking rocks is ok in some circumstances and in moderation (ie - you arent completely changing or destroying the trail or terrain nearby), everyone has and will do it at some point.
However, make sure to UNSTACK the rocks and return them where you found them. Leave the trail in better condition then you found it.
I dont think its a big deal in this circumstance. Now if you were out on Elvis or Terminators, where the truck has no business then it woudl be another story if you were out there stacking.
didn't we stack some rocks for you to get up your t-bob falls?wtf!! - real great fucking impressed whooo...lets brag about stacking rocks.
Total bullshit you stacked the trail - keep it off thid board cause we don't want that kind of shit on here. Hope you unstacked it.
There was no "we" involved............the person stacking for Bob was later repremanded by Bob and myself after he yelled at me for Bob almost running him over while he was under the truck stacking rocks.........I told him that if he almost got run over then he should really re-evaluate his position on stacking rocks!didn't we stack some rocks for you to get up your t-bob falls?
Good thing miller unstacked it for you!