I went up right hand fork of Hobble Creek Canyon and wound clear up the road to Pump Mtn and Green Swales. I drove clear up to the base of "Molly's Nipple," which is nearly impossible if it has snowed enough...I remember getting snowed in up there on the deer hunt decades ago, the mud is the snottiest clay you'll ever slip and fall on your ass in, lol.. They closed that road for years, so I just figured it was permanent, but it's open...brought back a lot of memories.
I gotta tell ya...the more I drive that Roxor, the more I fall in love with it. I think I put about 250 miles on 'er over the weekend.
I wound up getting 27 mpg on the first tank, which blows me away! The great mileage is a perk with this vehicle...I would love it if it got 10 mpg, lol. I actually never even put it in FWD...the road is fairly rough in places, but when it's dry it's pretty easy going, but add water and it's a whole different ball game.What kind of mileage did you get per gallon? Lots of low range or high? I got about 24-26 mpg in mostly low range in my Colorado fun.
It's up Hobble Creek Canyon in Springville. It's cool because it ties in with a bunch of other canyons, like Diamond Fork, Sheep Creek, and you can even go to Strawberry Reservoir. The ride up Right Hand Fork, and down Left Fork of Hobble Creek is a pretty good ride. I have a bunch of re-exploring old haunts from my younger days on trails around here...there's no shortage of places to check out around here.Where is that trail? As soon as I get mine back I'm going to ride up to the Weather out look station, that overlooks Bountiful. Should be a fun ride.