Primary Camp Location:
Secret Pass (Red) @ 12PM Location
Meet and Greet @ 6PM Food provided by AZXC
Moss Wash (Red) Leaves from Campsite @ 10AM
Secret Pass (Blue) Location @ 10AM
Hualapai Mountain (Green) Leaves from Campsite @ 9:30AM
Chloride mines (Red) Location @ 10:30 AM
Farewell Dinner at Danbar & Steak House 5PM
Primary Camp Location:
Join Rogue Overland for some great beer and pizza !! Come as you are, all rigs are welcome !! Looking foward to getting the Vegas 4x4 community together again to share some drinks and conversation. Please feel free to share on your group page !
On this trip, we will venture to Ouray Colorado to take in the beauty of Black Bear Pass and Imogene Pass. We will then head to Moab Utah to get some slick rock time on the iconic Fins And Things trail. Of course, we will be taking time to experience the culture and oddities along the way. As usual, our convoy will be limited to 20 rigs and camping spots will be dispersed.
JOIN US May 12-14, 2017, in Flagstaff, Arizona, for the world's most unique event for do-it-yourself adventure travel enthusiasts!
- Hundreds of session-hours of classes for 4-wheel-driving, adventure motorcycling, and global travel
- Inspirational slide shows and programs
- Roundtable discussions, product and skills demonstrations
- Drive a Land Rover or test drive vehicles with tires from BFGoodrich
- Test-ride a KTM or Ural or other motorcycle
- Enjoy food trucks and
- Our evening Overland Film Festival
PLUS a huge expo featuring over 250 vendors of adventure travel equipment, camping gear, bikes, vehicles, and services.
The WEST show is held in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona, gateway to the Grand Canyon and Four Corners region. Nestled in cool ponderosa pine forest, the venue includes plenty of camping, food vendors, and miles of onsite and nearby trails for walking and riding. Hotels, restaurants and shopping are just moments away in downtown Flagstaff, and the international airport is just across the interstate.
The Ghost Town Jamboree is a free annual event staged by the Kingman-based Walapai 4 Wheelers. There is no charge to guests to participate in any of the club runs or events. We use it as an opportunity to meet fellow off-roaders, introduce new people to the sport and have good times around the campfires.
This year's runs will all be in the Hualapai Mountains at elevations ranging from 3,000-7,000 feet. You may camp in the Mojave Desert or the Ponderosa pines.
Free Camping with portable restrooms (dispersed camping is also welcome)
Free Potluck Dinner on Saturday
A variety of levels of trails according to your vehicle, capablilites and desires. Trail Grades from 3 to 8 (buggy trails available).
For more information go to the Walapai 4 Wheelers Facebook Page
The trails this year will all be in the Hualapai Mountains. The featured trail will be the Walapai 4 Wheelers adopted trail "Moss Wash" aka "The Mansion." We will have a moderate run and and Grade 7 or 8 each day. All the runs will be on BLM land so no permits or other permissions will be required. Most of the trails will be on the eastern slope. The center of Moss Wash is the Gold King Mine and Mansion. There's a colorful history, but the mine and mansion are at 35-01-35.88 North by 113-50-13.50. If you look at Google Earth or other sat pics you'll see a lot of other trails in the area. We'll be using a number of them, but we will also use trails that are not visible in pics
The official runs will be Friday and Saturday, but I'm planning to pre-runs for Thursday afternoon that will be Grades 5 and 7. Then on Sunday we'll have a post-event that will be a relatively short but very scenic and/or very challenging
When: Monday April 24th to Tuesday April 25th
Where: 11am meet at Speedway gas station (6595 N Hollywood Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89115)
Trail: Bitter Springs Approximately 60 miles of dirt, 190 miles round trip.
Plan: Hit a section of easy 4x4 trail. Explore the area and relax the day away at an awesome campsite. The second day we will head north a few miles past Overton to explore Mormon Mesa and visit Double Negative (land art). We will head home via Lake Mead Recreation area (North shore drive); we should be back in town by 4pm.
Please bring fire wood and all necessary supplies for an over night trip.
8 spots open, for more info please email Alex@rogueoverland.com
Hope to see everyone out at the American Adventurist SoCal Desert Rendezvous, we are excited to take part in another awesome event put on by Dave and the crew at American Adventurist. We will be putting together a caravan from Las Vegas leaving Friday Feb 10th, 2017 from Las Vegas for anyone interested in joining us !
Join the Rogue Overland team for our annual winter expedition. This year we will depart from Las Vegas and travel to the Joshua Tree National Park where we will explore the preserve via back-country routes leading us to the Salton sea and then eventually back up through the abandoned Arizona mining country. See our Facebook page for details on how to join us !
A Meet-up for all local 4x4 groups at the Michoacán Gourmet Mexican Restaurant. If you don't like mexican there are a lot of other choices in this parking lot. There's a big gravel lot next to the restaurant we can all park in.
Come join us, meet other like minded wheelers, check out all the cool rigs, get some great ideas on how to spend more money on your rig. Come clean, come dirty, just come and show of your rig!
Who dosent love tacos and table side Guacamole?!
Please share this event with other 4x4 groups and clubs.
Located at 7870 W Tropical Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89149
Join Rogue Overland as we host an incredible class held by Chris Wharton of Basecamp Expeditions. The class will cover all things survival and prepare you to properly handle the worst scenarios. Click the flyer for all class details. Purchase your ticket HERE
Rogue Overland will be hosting the CANVAZ XCURSION this year which brings together Nissan enthusiasts for a weekend of wheeling, camping and good times from the California, Nevada and Arizona clubs.
Below is the event schedule :
CANVAZ 2016 Official Schedule of Events :
Friday October 14th 2016
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Meet and Greet located at:
Lone Mountain Discovery Park
4445 N Jensen St.
Las Vegas, NV 89129
We will start out the weekend with a casual meet and greet in the park and have a street taco truck making the group dinner sponsored by our friends over at the AZXC.
We will not be doing a group camp on Friday night that way everyone can come at their own pace after work etc. We have a decent selection of hotels here in Las Vegas that everyone can take advantage of.
Saturday October 15th 2016
Meet upat the Shell Gas station located at :
500 Conestoga Way, Henderson, NV 89002
We will be rolling from here at 8:15 am sharp to our first trail run of the weekend which will be the Nelson Loops. This is a moderate rated trail and is a lot of fun with multiple slick rock style waterfalls and mining remains to explore.
We are recommending that you should have sliders/ skids and a 32” tire to run this trail. If you are attending in a stock rig you are more than welcome to jump in and ride with someone for the day as we will run a “stock” friendly trail later in the day.
Finish the Nelson Loops trail and head over to do a group lunch at Johnny Mac’s which is a “sports bar” serving awesome pizza, wings , and all that healthy style food
We will caravan as a group to our next trail run where we will also be camping for the night. This trail called Mormon Wells will take us up into the Vegas mountains on a semi maintained dirt route that is stock friendly. We will set up camp at the trail summit and spend the rest of our evening relaxing at camp.
This camp area is backcountry camping meaning that there is not facilities/water to use, so plan accordingly when you are selecting your gear. We will do a group camp fire (granted no fire restrictions are in effect) and we will take care of bringing firewood for everyone so you don't have to haul it around.
Sunday October 16th 2016
Wake up and clean/inspect the camp area and caravan out as a group to the Apex/Nellis sand dune area.
We will run a short easy trail through the Apex dunes with a few obstacles as well as some time in the dunes.
We should be wrapping up our trail run everyone can air up and say our good byes , do a group photo and head back home.