of the land that the Clayton runs consist of are private. The
primary use for them is logging, however, they are open to anybody
who want to go four-wheeling or biking. The first trail my group
hit was Survey Line. One of the things a few of us
commented on, regarding these open events, is the variety of
vehicle makes on the runs. However, on our run, we had 100% Jeeps.
But, we had all kinds, from CJs to TJs, so we still had fun!
majority of the Survey Line trail is pretty simple rocky trails.
No major obstacles or ledges to go over, except for one or two
good downhill drops. Lots of brush-dodging, though, as the trees
and bushes tend to get awefully tight in spots.
Cromley of the San Antonio Jeep Exlusive (SAJE)
club shows us that the longer wheelbase vehicles were going to
have to take different lines. And, maybe take a towstrapping or