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Rating Systems:

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Arizona
Arizona Land Rover Rally
ASA4WDC
AZ Rockcrawler.com
AZVJC
BadAss
Black Hills 4 Wheelers
Black Hills Jeeps
C.O.R.E.
CA Parks
Californiajeeper.com
Colorado
DVO
Expeditions West
Extreme4x4
GLFWDA
Jeep Jamboree
JonFund
Massey/Wilson
Moab
Nevada
Northern4x4
ORN
Sedona
SITR
Tellico
TTORA - NorCal
USFS
Vermont
Wells
Yuma

Jeep Jamboree
Trail Rating System

This is the system used by Jeep Jamboree USA.

1-21-2Obstacles and terrain are relatively easy to navigate. In optimum weather conditions, some trails may not require continual use of four-wheel drive (4WD).
3-53-5Moderately demanding. Challenge for novice drivers. Requires 4WD with 4-LO. Obstacles may include: mud holes, boulders, and streams.
6-76-7Demanding. Challenge for most skill levels. Mud holes get deeper, boulders get larger, and climbs get steeper.
8-98-9Very demanding. Likelihood of getting stuck is high. Mud holes may be deep and rock climbing is more arduous. Lifts and lockers are helpful.
1010Extremely demanding. Reserved for the toughest off-road trip in the U.S.A. the Rubicon Trail. (Not recommended for Jeep Patriot, Compass, Liberty, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, or Commander.)

Note: Trail ratings are highly subjective. A trail that is easy for an experienced driver with a highly modified vehicle may be impassable for a novice driver in a stock vehicle. Weather conditions may also significantly affect the difficulty of a trail. Also, the difficulty of a trail may change over time, as trail use, weather, and maintenance modify the trail. Always check with the managing organization and/or recent users before planning a trip on a trail and scout ahead on foot if you are not sure of current conditions.

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