WHERE TO GO:
There’s plenty of places to go four wheeling at. However if you’re a novice, I would suggest someplace with decently flat ground and open trails. Some places have marked trails made specifically for newbies, so just make sure you choose a trail that fits your skill level.
WHAT TO DO:
You can just ride the trails, hit jumps, and get dirty just about wherever you go. Just make sure you check out the difficulty of the trails beforehand, again so you can choose one to fit your experience level.
PRICE TO PAY:
If you have some land yourself (and you’re not afraid to put some tracks in it) you’ve got it made. If you don’t, there are plenty of places that you can pay to ride at. Obviously prices can vary, but based on a place near me called Bear Creek, you’ll pay about twenty bucks to ride for the day.
I’d place four wheeling pretty far up the thrill meter. If you’re just planning on driving around and getting muddy, you’re heart rate will probably stay pretty neutral. But if you’re more of the “go big or go home” type and want to challenge yourself with hills, drop-offs and jumps, you’re probably going to get a pretty good adrenaline rush.
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Author: Melissa Johnson
Melissa is an adventurous college student that loves being outside. She also loves making art and doing crafty DIYs. Whether you’re a thrill-seeking adrenaline junky or someone just looking to appreciate nature, this blog has everything an adventurer needs! Make sure to follow the blog and come back often!