Off-Road Resources

Off-Road travel can be thrilling, but it can also be dangerous if not done safely. To travel safely off-road, make sure you have the appropriate vehicle with four-wheel drive and a high ground clearance for navigating through rough terrain. Always wear safety gear such as helmets, seat belts, and sturdy shoes for protection. Before setting off, make sure to check the weather conditions and plan your route carefully. Always inform someone of your off-roading plans and carry a first aid kit, tow ropes, and other necessary recovery equipment in case of an emergency. Stick to established trails and avoid damaging the environment by not driving over sensitive terrain. Follow the rules and regulations of the area you’re exploring and respect landowners’ private property. By following these steps, you can enjoy a safe and enjoyable off-road adventure.

Please refer to our Trail Rating System to learn more about how to choose a trail that does not exceed the limits of your vehicle.


  1. Trail Offroad Membership
  2. GPX vs GPS
  3. Back Country Navigator App
  4. Know Your Vehicle’s Limitations
  5. Trail Rating System
  6. Know the Weather Conditions
  7. Travel Schedule and Timing


  1. Portable Battery Pack and Charging Cables
  2. Shovel
  3. Traction Mats
  4. Wench, Recovery Hooks and Straps
  5. Off-Road Tow Service


  1. CB Radio
  2. Satellite Service Hotspot