When making your trail selections for Rally on the Rocks please choose your trail wisely, with honest appraisal of your equipment and experience in this terrain. (Don’t be “that guy”) We will do our best to help assist you in your trail selection by rating them for side x side travel, giving trail descriptions and showing video clips from the different trails.
No system can accurately describe your experience on any given day. The rig, driver ability, weather, as well as trails changing from day to day make this a difficult task.
The following ratings are listed in dry conditions. ROTR will attempt to keep the trail ratings current.
1. Dirt and gravel roads which are maintained.
2. Introduction to loose rock. A beginning to off-road enjoyment.
3. A way to get your feet wet without getting into trouble.
4. Good ground clearance and driving skills recommended. A great trail to learn your abilities and how capable your machine can be.
5. Good vehicle approach and departure angles are helpful. Above average driving skills are desirable. Skid plates can get a work out on these trails.
6. Challenging run with some tough obstacles. Most of the difficult obstacles are bypassable and if they are not they do not hold much risk of roll over. A great trail to learn your rigs upper limit abilities without high risk.
7. Body damage and rollovers are possible even likely with less experienced drivers. This is definitely not a walk in the park.
8. A winch and or safety line is desirable. Excellent driving skills are required. Vehicle mechanical or body damage can happen. Roll over possibilities exist.
9. Extreme and beyond, Vehicle damage is likely. Excellent driving skills are required. Roll over is very common. Winches, spare parts and tools are recommended. Beyond the capability of most modified stock vehicles. Multiple large climbs, descents and off camber situations.
10. Let the carnage begin! These trails will test rider and machine. Body damage, rollovers, and broken components are VERY likely. A safety line, winch, and modified side x side required. High precision driving together with good spotting from experienced trail leaders are requirements on this trail.