14th Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree

14th Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree

August brings Jeep enthusiasts even more fun and Jeep Jamborees to be had. If you have been wanting to join in on one of the many Jeep Jamborees, it’s not too late, yet spots are filling up and some are now already sold out. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy some fun as a spectator. The next few blogs are some of the upcoming August and September Jeep Jamborees. The information obtain is from the official Jeep Jamboree website.

14th Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree

Where: The Rubicon Trail, California
When: Aug 12-Aug 15

“Originally a Native American footpath, the Rubicon Trail was used by explorers in search of a clear path across the Sierra Nevadas. Today, Jeep® owners travel from all over to test their prowess on the most grueling 22 miles of off-road driving in America. Trail guides expertly spot you over legendary obstacles like “Big Sluice” and “Cadillac Hill” for an unforgettable experience. At each day’s end, fabulous outdoor cooking awaits. Plus, George Wheeldon, professor of geology, and Brian Hayes, professor of Native American studies, provide informative talks about the surrounding area. Tow hooks, skid plates, rock rails, and a minimum of 31-inch tires mandatory.”
Tow hooks mandatory.
Online Registration Closed. Please Call 530-333-4777 x18

For questions about this trip please contact Glenda Gau at 530.333.4777 X12 or glenda@jeepjam.com.
For questions about registration please contact Joelle Miller at 530.333.4777 X18 or register@jeepjam.com.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

One comment

  1. That hardly looks like a foot path. Then again, with all of those rocks, I’m sure there aren’t a great number of vehicles that could travel it.


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