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Beware! The Wilderness Train is Rolling Your Way
SIZE DOES MATTER AND BEWARE OF TURTLES Imagine a huge diesel-powered locomotive lumbering steadily down the railroad tracks with that big headlight beam pointed right in your eyes as you watch it coming closer and closer. You can feel the ground shaking from the sheer weight of this behemoth.... Read more
7 Intimidating Four-Wheeling/Jeeping Fears
Fear! In this special to ModernJeeper by Tom Severin, he explores the fears we all have that go along with the adrenaline that comes with Jeeping/four-wheeling.  As always, he provides valuable tips to mitigate these fears based on decades of experience. The Editors.   Over the years of off-road... Read more
[pics][catie’s corner] Jeeping Adventure and Exploring the Olympic Peninsula
BEACHES, TREES, SPANISH MOSS, DRIFTWOOD AND COASTAL HIGHWAY During my time in Washington, I was super excited to explore the Olympic Peninsula. This area is home to beaches, woods, and even a rainforest! The lakes and streams had the clearest water I’ve seen yet. It really is a PNW... Read more
[pics & vid] JP Magazine’s Annual Dirt ‘N Drive – Day 1 & 2
A JEEP ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME The thought of being involved with Rick Pewe and his group of cronies for another event gave me goosebumps. Way back in 2011, it was Rick and his crew that changed my life forever. That was an event known as the Ultimate Adventure,... Read more
Caution! Managing Our Public Lands; Sometimes a Crying Shame
Getting ready for another fire season in the West, our staff wildfire professional Del Albright paints a realistic picture for ModernJeepers of  how we got to where we are on public lands with our Jeeping access and living conditions, what our future might look like, and what we can... Read more
Winch Out; Don’t Spin Out; and Help Keep Jeepin’ Alive
HOW YOUR WINCH HELPS KEEP PUBLIC LANDS PUBLIC   A couple weeks ago on my 4×4 club’s annual spring run, we were traveling down a trail that was mostly snow covered. The trail had occasional patches of dirt where the snow had melted, and mud where runoff was crossing... Read more
[catie’s corner] Jeeping in Canada!
During my time in the Pacific Northwest, I was lucky enough to take this roadtrip international! Bella, my beloved Wrangler and I, made a few trips up to Squamish in British Columbia, Canada to visit some friends. Needless to say, we had a blast! The first thing I did... Read more
Be Tuned In! A Rubicon Trail Primer [Part II]
Part II of the Rubicon Trail Primer by Kurt Schneider.  In the Jeeping world, it never hurts to be fully prepared for whatever obstacles come you way. In Part I we covered things like go with a buddy, know how to fix your junk, and be prepared. Now here... Read more
Less Debate; More Decisions; and More Access to Our Lands
SOME TIPS ON GETTING RESULTS IN THE OFF-ROAD JEEPING WORLD Do you ever get the feeling that our government is drowning in debates with few outcomes or decisions being made? Do you think there can be a time when groups of people gathered together for a similar cause can... Read more
Caution! Choose Wisely Where You Spend Your Off-Road Money
ModernJeepers need to understand that where we spend our money helps dictate where we will be able to ride/drive and play in the future with our lifestyle of Jeeping. Spending your hard-earned money on businesses or products that do not help us save trails is like voting for the... Read more