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West Lake Pre-Run

Submitted by John Labbett on Thu, 08/02/2018 - 00:00
If you missed the Dusy Run, your're in luck!! John Labbett is going to lead this late summer run up to West Lake and the surrounding trails. This is in the Shaver lake reigon east of Fresno. Late summer means less bugs. This run is cool because not only are you near 9,000', but you don't have to break camp every morning. You make yourr base camp at West Lake and every day you explore the surrounding trails, then return to base camp and fish, eat and have fun.

OTR In The Rockies Summer Adventure - Ouray, Colorado

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sun, 12/24/2017 - 21:07
Please join us for the summer adventure to the Rocky Mountains. We will make our base camp in Ouray Colorado this year. The Ouray RV Park & Cabins is a really nice campground along the Uncompahgre River. The RV sites go fast so book ASAP. If camping is not your thing, book a cabin or one of the several 5 star hotels in ouray, Oh sorry make that 3 star.

Slant Ranch Holiday Poker Run

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 18:41
This is a great holiday event. The Slant Ranch poker run is one of those year after year hits. Scott Evans leads us around the El Paso Mountains and the Indian Wells Valley just north of Mojave, CA. at every stop you draw a card, the best hand gets priority to pick the best gift. Want to play? Bring an unwrapped gift. Off road themed is best.

Big Bear Day Run

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 18:17
This is a full day of wheeling the best trails of Big Bear. We have done it in the past and it actually works. Dishpan Springs, Holcomb Creek and John Bull. We start at Lake Arrowhead with Breakfast at the Cedar Glenn Inn. then we hit the trails doing all three before dark. If time permits we even stop for dinner at Blondies Cafe in Running Springs.

Calico Ghost Town

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 17:56
Scott Morse leads this annual run to the very fun Calico Ghost Town area. This area boasts all kinds of fun and challenging trails. Scott even takes the group on some night runs. The canyons at night are really cool. Bring the family and visit the Ghost own. Its actually really nice. Camping can be either at the campground right at the park or at a nearby hotel in Beautiful historic Barstow.

West lake Mountain Jam

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 16:25
If you missed the Dusy Run, your're in luck!! John Labbett is going to lead this late summer run up to West Lake and the surrounding trails. This is in the Shaver lake reigon east of Fresno. Late summer means less bugs. This run is cool because not only are you near 9,000', but you don't have to break camp every morning. You make yourr base camp at West Lake and every day you explore the surrounding trails, then return to base camp and fish, eat and have fun.

The Dusy Ershim Trail

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 16:17
This is it!!!! The famous Dusy Ershim Trail. This trail run is lead by our legendary Dusy guide, Scott Evans. If you have never been on this trail, you are missing an amazing experience. The beauty of the high Sierra surrounded by mature trees and camping every night by a lake. Did I mention lots and lots of rocks and trees. Get your tent out and do some real camping!!! Dont miss it!!!

OTR In The Rockies Summer Adventure - Ouray, Colorado

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 16:10
This is one of our annual travel events. This year we are going to Ouray Colorado. This is a great wheeling event high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The trails are scenic and fun with some trails topping out at close to 12,000'. Whew! And a trail that is a real Thriller, the infamous Black Bear Pass Trail that drops down into the ski own of Telluride, look it up on Youtube. Lots of ghost towns and mines to explore, summer wild flower and maybe even a high alpine snow field to play in.

OTR Big Bear Retreat

Submitted by Bob Boltner on Sat, 12/23/2017 - 15:52
Now becoming an annual event for OTR. We spend the long weekend Camping at the Serrano Campground and wheeling the trails of the Big Bear area. But as with all OTR events,this is about spending time with good friends. Always evenings full of fun around the campfire, adult beverages, appetizers and shared potluck meals. The RV park is hard to get reservations in, but not impossible. If you cant get a site or don't camp there are lots of B&B's as well as motels. Hope to see you all there.

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