[quote=\"ronb\"]I've done this section many times, once with Gil (alpha owner) after it happened. Bad line -- he was too far to the left (up hill side of the hump), and then slid to where he should have been in the first place. Look at the first picture Bondage posted with the guys standing at the same gnarly spot, fold in the mirrors and take the low/sideways way. Good thing he had the roof rack. I think t's easier going up than down.
I think that's probably true - though I have only gone down
I watched you go up it with ease in your incredible machine - and I wanna try going up it!
BTW - Rod is absolutely right!
While hills of some consequence are unavoidable at Rowher, the really tough stuff is either optional
or there is another way
. And having made several runs with this group now, I can honestly say that no driver is ever
pressured in any
way to do anything they are not comfortable with. It's about having fun with friends and family - not a macho competition!
These folks are incredibly supportive, helpful, and empathetic. So come on out and enjoy the trails at your own comfort level
with great comraderie and support!
Bond. James Bond.