Our Jeep Badge of Honor Trails list contains 68 Jeep Trails spread out across 23 U.S. states.
The Jeep Badge of Honor was launched in 2013; anyone who owns a Jeep can register for the program and earn rewards after conquering Jeep trails in the United States. The Jeep Badge of Honor is run through an application that can be downloaded from the App Store or Play Store. (Links Below)
Jeep Badge of Honor participants register on the application and find Badge of Honor trails based on highlights or difficulty near their location by clicking the map icon. You will find a blue dot indicating your location and a yellow market that shows your nearest Jeep badge of honor trail, including a link to the trial website.
On the Jeep Badge of Honor application, Jeep lists all Jeep trails based on skill levels and difficulty ratings based on the following scale:
Jeep Badge of Honor Trails Difficulty Scale
|1 to 3||Easy|
|4 to 5||Moderate|
|6 to 7||Demanding|
|8 to 10||Very Challenging|
Clicking on the yellow marker will show you more details about the Jeep Badge of Honor trial and directions; after arrival to the qualifying Jeep trail, you can check in (note you must be within 10 miles of the trial to check in).
After checking in, Jeep will ask you for your details and your Jeep VIN when registering on the application to confirm you own a Jeep; only after submitting your Jeep VIN will you be able to request for Jeep Badge Of Honor Badges to display on your Jeep brand vehicle, and earn points that will rank you up in the Jeep Badge of honor application.
Some of the ways you can earn Jeep Badge of Honor points include:
|Jeep Badge of Honor Activities||Jeep Badge of Honor Trail Points|
|Check-in & Completion of a Trial||200 Points|
|Uploading Photos||20 Points|
|Social Engagement on the App||10 Points|
Jeep Badge of Honor Ranks.
Registered Jeep Badge of Honor participants can earn ranks based on their Jeep Badge of Honor points earned after each successful check-in, trial completion, and social engagement with the Badge of Honor community;
Jeep Badge of Honor ranks include:
|Jeep Badge of Honor Trail Ranks||Jeep Badge of Honor Trail Points|
|Trail Rookie||100 Points|
|Trail Explorer||800 Points|
|Trail Commander||2,500 Points|
|Trail Pro||4,000 Points|
|Trail Expert||6,500 Points|
Ready to work your way up the to the Trail Expert Rank? Find Jeep Badge of Honor Trails near you below:
Jeep Badge of Honor Trails List (Updated OCT 2023)
There are a total of 68 nationwide Jeep Badge of Honor qualifying trials, the Jeep Trails are spread across 23 U.S States, and the best way to check which Jeep Badge of Honor trails are near you is to download the Jeep Badge of Honor application on your smartphone; however, we have listed the Complete Jeep badge of honor trail list below for your convenience:
Quick Update OCT 2023 (Jeep® Expands It’s “Badge Of Honor” Program To 68 Trails)
We recently road-tested the 2024 Jeep Wrangler, during our road test and trial of the new 12.3-inch high-resolution screen Uconnect 5 NAV system, one feature is missing, the Jeep Adventure Guide App which is detailed in our copy of the 2024 Jeep Wrangler owner manual, we updated the Uconnect App to the latest version and nothing happened, we called Jeep customer service and was told its a feature currently in development, and will be available in the near future which will be included in a future Uconnect software update.
We will update our guide once the feature is available on our 2024 Jeep Wrangler.
The good news though, Jeep Adventure Guide App is an application in the works powered by Trails Offroad and will include over 200 off-road destinations across the United States, including 6 additional Jeep Badge of Honor Trails:
|Jeep Badge of Honor Trail Name||Off-road Park||Location|
|Quartz Canyon||Hot Springs Off-road Park||Arkansas|
|Barney Rubble Blue Trail #49||Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area||Pennsylvania|
|Fern Ridge Trail #121||Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area||Pennsylvania|
|C-2 Trail #141||Kansas Rocks Recreation Park||Kansas|
|Rattlesnake Alley Trail #149||Kansas Rocks Recreation Park||Kansas|
|Cougar Crossing||Southern Missouri Off-road Ranch||Missouri|
Alabama Jeep Badge of Honor Trails
Three qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor trails are located in Cullman County, Alabama; they are all found in the 1456+ acre Stony Lonesome OHV Public Park. The Park’s topography includes hills, wetlands, and streams ideal for rock crawling, mud bugging, off-road racing, and competitive trials.
The Stony Lonesome OHV Park is open Sunday and Monday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., and closed on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
The Stony Lonesome OHV Park Website: http://www.stonylonesomeohv.us/
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Alabama include:
|Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Alabama||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Gut Buster #508||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
|Switchback to Who’s Your Daddy #500||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
|Trail $404||Difficulty Scale 3-5|
Arizona Jeep Badge of Honor Trails
Arizona has three qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor trails ranging from easy-graded roads to difficult elevated deserts and forests. We recommend the Table Mesa Road Jeep trail for off-road beginners, the Schnebly Hill Trail for moderate off-roaders, and Backway to Crown King for experienced off-roaders based on the trail’s difficulty scale.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Arizona include:
|Arizona Jeep Badge of Honor Trails||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Table Mesa Road||Difficulty Scale 1-4|
|Schnebly Hill Trail||Difficulty Scale 2-5|
|Backway to Crown King||Difficulty Scale 5-10|
Arkansas Jeep Badge of Honor Trails
Arkansas has three qualifying badges of honor trails, all located in 1,242 acres of off-road trails of Hot Springs ORV Park.
We recommend the Hot Springs ORV Park Jeep of Honor trails to experience Jeep off-roaders. However, there are guided off-road activities, and all the trails are marked based on their difficulty scale. Based on your experience level, you will find knowledgeable park staff ready to guide you on the best trails and activities to experience at the Park.
Hot Springs ORV Park Website: https://hotspringsoffroadpark.com/
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Arkansas include:
|Arkansas Jeep Badge of Honor Trails||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Rubicon Ridge||Difficulty Scale 3-6|
|Snake||Difficulty Scale 2-4|
|Fun Run||Difficulty Scale 5-7|
Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in California
There are six Jeep of Honor trails spread out across California; before heading to California with your Jeep, you must be aware of the legal requirement (Off-Highway Vehicle Registration) to get your off-road vehicle registered as an OHV to become legal for off-roading activities in public lands across the state.
Registering your vehicle as an off-highway vehicle will get you a red or green sticker; red stickers are allowed to operate from October 1st to May 31st.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in California include:
|Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in California||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Holcomb Creek (3N93)||Difficulty Scale 6-8|
|Dusy Ershim||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
|Gold Mountain||Difficulty Scale 6-9|
|The Rubicon Trail||Difficulty Scale 1-10|
|Pinyon Mountain Trail||Difficulty Scale 3-9|
|John Bull||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
Location of each Jeep of Honor Trails in California:
|Jeep of Honor Trails in California||Location of Jeep Trail in California|
|Holcomb Creek Trail (3N93)||San Bernardino, CA|
|Dusy Ershim Trail||Shaver Lake, CA|
|Gold Mountain Trail||Plumas County, CA|
|The Rubicon Trail||Tahoe, CA|
|Pinyon Mountain Trail||Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, CA|
|John Bull Trail (3N10)||Big Bear City, CA|
Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Colorado
There is a total of six Jeep Badge of Honor trails in Colorado, its spectacular topography consisting of alpine mountains, wide open spaces, desert canyons, and mesas make Colorado one of the perfect places to experience the outdoors and nature when off-roading; in fact, its home to the best overall and famous Jeep trail “The Rubicon Trail.”
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Colorado include:
|Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Colorado||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Holy Cross Trail||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
|Black Bear Pass Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-6|
|Engineer Pass Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-6|
|Poughkeepsie Gulch Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-7|
|Ophir Pass Trail||Difficulty Scale 3-4|
|Imogene Pass Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-6|
Location of each Jeep of Honor Trails in Colorado:
|Jeep of Honor Trails in Colorado||Location of Jeep Trail in Colorado|
|Holy Cross Trail||Holy Cross City, Colorado|
|Black Bear Pass Trail||San Miguel County, Colorado|
|Engineer Pass Trail||Lake City-Ouray|
|Poughkeepsie Gulch Trail||Alpine Loop, Colorado|
|Ophir Pass Trail||San Miguel County, Colorado|
|Imogene Pass Trail||Telluride / Ouray, Colorado|
Florida Jeep Trails
There is only one Florida Jeep trail that is recognized in the Jeep Badge of Honor program; the Jeep trail is called “Tread Lightly Four-Wheel Drive Way,” located in the Ocala National Forest, Marion County, Florida.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Florida include:
|Florida Jeep Trails||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Tread Lightly Four-Wheel Drive Way||Difficulty Scale 1-4|
We visited the Ocala National Forest on our Jeep, and there are lots of rivers, coastal lowlands, swamps, and springs ideal for Jeep mudding and mud bugging for you off-road enthusiasts to enjoy.
There is little to no elevation in Florida, so only one recognized Florida Jeep trail is recognized in the Jeep of Honor program. However, there are a lot of off-road trails in the state, most of them being beginner-friendly trails (easy to moderate trails).
There are a lot of natural sceneries you can enjoy when off-roading in Florida. Still, our favorite natural scenery is the “Jeep Cave” Make sure to visit the Jeep Cave on your off-road expedition in Florida.
Jeep Trails in Georgia
Similar to Florida, there is only one Jeep trail in Georgia recognized by the Jeep Badge of Honor program, called the Beasley Knob Trail, Beasley knob OHV trail system covers 11.7 miles from point to point. The Jeep Trail is located in Union County, Georgia.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Georgia include:
|Jeep Trails in Georgia||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Beasley Knob Trail||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
Beasley knob trail difficulty scale is rated at 7-9, making it a challenging and hard one for off-road beginners; you will need a guide and some off-road courses to help you complete the Beasley Knob trail. If you live in Georgia, the Beasley Knob Trail is the only Jeep trail that can earn you a Jeep Badge of Honor and your only option.
Indiana Jeep Trails.
Four Indiana Jeep trails are recognized in the Jeep Badge of Honor program, all located in the Redbird State Recreation Area. Redbird State Recreation Area topography consists of steep hills, mud trails, forest roads, rocky roads, and other natural obstacles that make all trails have tight corners.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Indiana include:
|Indiana Jeep Trails.||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Redbird SRA Trail 2X||Difficulty Scale 8-9|
|Redbird SRA Trail 3||Difficulty Scale 5-6|
|Redbird SRA Trail 3X||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
|Redbird SRA Trail 5||Difficulty Scale 4-5|
Redbird State Recreation Area has over 1200 acres of steeply inclined land, rocky sections, deep ruts, and mud bogs, ideal for off-roading enthusiasts. You may visit the Park all year round. However, you should note that the hours are seasonal, and you have to confirm with the park officials before heading out due to weather changes that can impact the hours of operation of the Park.
Tip: You will require an Indiana OHV permit to off-road in Indiana.
Jeep Trails in Michigan
There are two Jeep trails in Michigan on the Jeep Badge of Honor program: Holy Oaks trails and South Marble Head trails, all located on Drummond Island in Lake Huron.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Michigan include:
|Jeep Trails in Michigan||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Holly Oaks Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-7|
|South Marble Trail||Difficulty Scale 3-7|
Drummond Island is the 7th Largest Island in the World, covering 347 km2 (134 sg mi), It’s home to the largest closed-looped off-road trail system in Michigan, and it has over 60 miles of ATV trails and over 40 miles of ORV routes.
Holy Oaks trail is located in Holly Oaks ORV Park, Holly Oaks ORV Park terrain consists of steep hills, sand, gravel pits, large boulders and slabs, and deep wood and wood trails. South Marble Trail features mostly two tracks that run along the lake. Jeep trails in Michigan are not challenging; however, the difficulty scales can rise based on the weather conditions, especially during the rainy and snowy months.
If you want an Island off-roading experience while conquering and rising through the Jeep Badge of Honor Program racks, Holly Oaks and South Marble Trails are the only Island Jeep trails recognized by the Jeep of Honor Program.
Jeep Trails in Missouri
Jeep trails in Missouri are located on 940+ acres of Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch SMORR; there are a lot of off-road activities that you can try out at the off-road ranch, including Mud Bugging, off-road Racing, Competitive trials, Obstacles, and Off-road Challenges and many more.
The Jeep Badge of Honor program recognizes two Jeep trails in Missouri: the Guard Rail Trail and the Pee Wee’s Crossing Trails, all located in the Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch SMORR.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Missouri include:
|Jeep Trails in Missouri||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Guard Rail Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-6|
|Pee Wee’s Crossing Trail||Difficulty Scale 3-5|
Jeep trails in Missouri are beginner-friendly, and you can go off-roading with your stock Jeep, especially on Pee Wee’s Crossing Trail. The Guard Rail Trail is a steep and challenging trail that requires a custom off-roading Jeep to complete; the trails comprise short dirt and rock trails. Both Jeep trails in Missouri look similar, except for the exits that set Guard Rail Trail apart from Pee Wee’s crossing trail.
Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch Website: https://www.smorr.net/
Jeep Trails in Montana
Montana is home to scenic ridge tops and rugged trains that run through stream beds and rocks; there are several off-road trails in Montana for the best scenic ride; however, only one is recognized and will earn your points, badges, and rank on the Jeep badge of honor program the Blacktail Wild Bill Trail.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Montana include:
|Jeep Trails in Montana||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Blacktail Wild Bill Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-9|
Blacktail Wild Bill Trail consists of gravel roads, soft soil, and chunk rocks on a moderate 12.5 miles elevated topography; it has three legs, the Blacktail Mt. Road (#917a), Truman Creek Rd (#213), and Road #2990.
The trail is recommended for experienced off-roaders with customized off-roading vehicles; you will also need to be an experienced driver to try out the most challenging parts of the trail without damaging your Jeep. If you need the Montana Jeep trails map of Blacktail Wild Bill Trail, click here.
Jeep Trails in Nevada
Nevada has one Jeep Badge of Honor Trail, located in Las Vegas. “Rocky Gap Trail,” also known as the “Potato Ridge Trail,” is an 8.1-mile Jeep trail that runs from Willow Springs, cutting through the Spring mountains to Lovell Canyon.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Nevada include:
|Jeep Trails in Nevada||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Rocky Gap Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-7|
Rocky Gap Trail is a designated scenic byway that leads across washboards and large boulders, narrow canyons, and creek beds; the rugged backcountry road changes massively during the snowy and rainy months.
The trail is close to Las Vegas and is an attraction to off-roaders who would also like to visit Las Vegas attractions such as The Orleans Palms, Gold Coast, and Rio, which are close to the Rocky Gap trail.
Jeep off-road Trails in North Carolina
For locals and Overlanders looking towards ranking up the Jeep of Honor ranks and getting their badges in North Carolina, there is only one Jeep off-road trail in North Carolina called the Dickey Bell Trail, located in Uwharrie National Forest fifty miles east of Charlotte.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in North Carolina include:
|Jeep off-road Trails in North Carolina||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Dickey Bell Trail||Difficulty Scale 6-8|
The Dickey Bell Trail is 3.5 miles in length and blazed with orange diamond trail markers, The trail is rated 6-8, and Stock Jeeps will have a hard time navigating through most of the trail; however, if you have a custom off-roading rig, you can enjoy the trails flat dirt packed roads or the steep rocky inclines that have about 300 ft elevation.
If you want to get your adrenaline pumping, you can enjoy Jeep off-road trails in North Carolina that will pose a challenge to even experienced off-roaders.
Jeep Trails in Oregon
There are two Jeep trails in Oregon, all located in the Tillamook Forest Centre that occupies more than 364,000 acres 0r 1,470 kms2. The two trails include the Ceder Tree Trail and the Firebreak Trail.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Oregon include:
|Jeep Trails in Oregon||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Cedar Tree Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-7|
|Firebreak Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-8|
Tillamook Forest Centre is full of logging roads, rivers that expose exposed rock, and many Douglas-fir trees. The easiest trail between the two Jeep trails is the Cedar Tree Trail which is 4kms long; it takes an average of 1 hour 30 minutes to complete the Cedar Tree Trail, earning you the badge of honor and a rank rise in the Jeep badge of honor trail.
The Firebreak trail, on the other hand, is also moderate but more challenging than the Cedar Tree Trail; the Firebreak trail is 2.3 miles long and takes more than two hours to complete due to its difficulty scale, with the highest elevation being 3246 ft.
Jeep Trails in Pennsylvania
Three Jeep trails in Pennsylvania are recognized by the Jeep Badge of Honor program; they include Rausch Creek Trail 11, Crawl Ride Trail, and Crawl Daddy Trail, all located in Rausch Creek Off-Road Park.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Pennsylvania include:
|Jeep Trails in Pennsylvania||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Rausch Creek Trail 11||Difficulty Scale 2-4|
|Crawler Ridge Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-9|
|Crawl Daddy Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-9|
Rausch Creek Off-Road Park has many off-road opportunities; there are many off-road trails, rock crawling trails, Mud bugging trails, water holes, steep slopes, and boulders spread over the Park’s 3,000 acres.
If you own a Jeep, three Jeep trails can earn you a Jeep Badge of Honor physical badge and rise to the ranks of Jeep off-roaders registered on the Jeep Badge of Honor program.
The first trail is marked as Trail #11, which we recommend for off-road beginners; with a custom Jeep, you will be able to challenge yourself on the 3.11-mile dirt road, with mud holes, packed dirt, and minor rocks it will take you roughly 2 hours to complete the Rausch Creek Trail 28-way points.
For experienced Jeep off-roaders, the Crawler Ridge Trail is perfect for custom off-road Jeeps, the trail is 0.1 miles long, and it will take you an average of 30 minutes to complete the trail’s challenges. Four waypoints include; Trailhead and First Set of Obstacles (0 mi), Full-Size Obstacle – Optional (0.05 mi), Options (0.06 mi), and the trail ends (0.09 mi).
Crawl Daddy Trail is the last Jeep trail in Pennsylvania; it measures approximately 1/4 mile with lots of rock crawling opportunities; the trail is on a steep hill with water trickling through the trails; for these purposes, we recommend equipping your off-road Jeep with traction wheels, that have a good tread depth and pattern.
Jeep off-road Trails in South Carolina
There is only one Jeep Trail in South Carolina recognized by the Jeep of Honor Program; the Jeep trail is called Gulches Off-Road Vehicle Park trail, located in a small park called “Gulches ORV Park” but with big obstacles that will make any off-road enthusiast adrenaline run.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in South Carolina include:
|Jeep off-road Trails in South Carolina||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Gulches Off-Road Vehicle Park trail||Difficulty Scale 2-9|
Gulches ORV Park is a privately owned 80-acre park with many off-road and off-the-grid adventure opportunities, Rock Crawling, Mud Plugging, Off-road racing, and Obstacle Challenges, among others, all built with the help of the off-road community.
More than 40 trails are available in the Gulches ORV Park, all built by off-road volunteers. The trails are simple to wild, and you can handle some trails with a stock Jeep, and some trails require experienced off-roaders with custom Jeeps.
There is also a place where you can Camp or Overland with your Jeep. We counted 13 campsites, some near a river, for a more natural camping experience as you rest or plan your next off-road challenge in the Park.
Jeep Trails in Tennessee
The Jeep Badge of Honor Program recognizes three Jeep trails in Tennessee: Windrock Trail 16, Windrock Trail 26, and Panther Rock Trail 51, all located in Windrock Park in Oliver Springs, TN.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Tennessee include:
|Jeep Trails in Tennessee||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Windrock Trail 16||Difficulty Scale 7-8|
|Windrock Trail 26||Difficulty Scale 5|
|Panther Rock Trail 51||Difficulty Scale 3-5|
Whether you are an experienced off-roader or a beginner, whether you have a stock Jeep or a Custom off-road rig full of Jeep off-road mods, there is always a trail suitable for you in Windrock Park. There are more than 72,000 acres of off-road ready land suitable for easy, moderate, and extremely difficult trails; considering there are more than 300 miles of trails, you will find some trails challenging enough for you.
If you need the Jeep trails in Tennessee map, we recommend you install the Windrock App alongside your Jeep Badge of Honor App, as the Maps on the Windrock app are more detailed and precise; you can also find physical maps at Park or General Stores in Oliver Springs.
Windrock Park App Download:
We recommend considering the easy Panther Rock Trail 51 if you are an off-road beginner with a stock Jeep and looking forward to earning your Jeep Badge of Honor or climbing your way up the Jeep Badge of Honor Program ranks. Windrock Trail 26 is moderate and has some gravel and bouldering sections of the trail.
Windsor Park also offered Jeep Camping Grounds, Hook-ups with other Jeep Trails off-roaders, and many more off-roading activities not found in any other park in Tennessee.
Jeep Trails in Texas
We love Texas because of its Overland and Off-roading opportunities; most off-roading and Overlanding routes are on public land, meaning there is a lot of emphasis from the government to promote Texas off-road communities. And for those efforts, Texas has three Jeep Trials in Texas recognized in the Jeep Badge of Honor Program.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Texas include:
|Jeep Trails in Texas||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Black Gap 4×4 Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-6|
|Hidden Falls Adventure Park||Difficulty Scale 2-8|
|Northwest ORV Park||Difficulty Scale 3-8|
The Black Gap 4×4 Trail is a moderate Jeep trail suitable for both beginners and experienced off-roaders; the trail stretches 26.2 km trail that is rarely maintained to maintain its primitive off-road trail; it takes roughly 7 hours to complete the trail and earn your physical badge of honor from Jeep.
Hidden Falls Adventure Park, on the other hand, is located on a 2,000-acre piece of land; many trails on the Park range from 1 to 5 diamond-rated trails, comprising gravel roads and steep hills filled with boulders and soft rocks.
Northwest ORV Park, on the other hand, has 900 acres with more than 25 miles of a trail system that you can off-road with your Jeep; Northwest Park has flat surfaces ideal for beginners and steep hills filled with boulders that will challenge even the most experienced off-roader.
Although Texas is flat land, there are many off-road opportunities in Texas; you will need an OHV sticker to off-road in Texas, considering most of the Jeep trails in Texas are on public land or land with OHV grants from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department having your vehicle registered before off-roading in Texas is a wise decision.
Jeep Trails in Utah
Utah’s arid basin and range topography make it one of the favorite off-road destinations. Utah features mountain ranges, flat lands, and rugged terrains ideal for Jeep Trails; it’s home to 11 Jeep trails recognized by the Jeep Badge of Honor Program.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Utah include:
|Jeep Trails in Utah||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Cliff Hanger Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 6-7|
|Elephant Hill Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-7|
|Fins and Things Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 3-4|
|Hell’s Revenge Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 3-6|
|Hole in the Rock Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-6|
|Metal Masher Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 5-9|
|Poison Spider Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 4-6|
|Pritchett Canyon Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 7-9|
|Steel Bender Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 6|
|Top of the World Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 6-8|
|Golden Spike Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 6-7|
Utah is a magic land for Jeep off-roaders and Campers, Utah Jeep trails are filled with rocks that form huge blocks that stretch for miles; the trails also feature small rocks and boulders that are good obstacles when off-roading.
Jeep Trails in Utah are mostly moderate due to the flat surfaces; however, boulders and steep hills are available in some challenging trails, such as the Top of the World trails.
The most amazing scenes are the red, brown, and yellow rocks found in the Jeep trails; if you are looking for one centralized location to rank up your Jeep badge of honor ranks and earn plenty of Jeep badge of honor physical badges, we recommend visiting Utah, it’s important to note that all OVH vehicle must be registered after satisfying registrars inspection and insurance requirements.
Jeep Trails in Virginia
There is only one Jeep Trail in Utah; the Peters Mill Run Jeep trail is recognized by the Jeep Badge of Honor program and is located near Fort Valley, Virginia. The trail is 7.9 miles long and will take roughly 2 hours. Jeep Trails in Virginia is a stock Jeep friendly and good for off-road beginners; the trail is rated easy to moderate and is filled with dirt and 8-12 inches tall rocks in steep and rocky hills.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Virginia include:
|Jeep Trails in Virginia||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Peters Mill Run Jeep Trail in Virginia||Difficulty Scale 2-4|
Peters Mill Run Jeep Trail is part of a long 36-mile Peters Mill Run and Taskers Gap OHV Trail System that consists of hills and rocky and narrow trails that lead into the woods. The George Washington National Forest manages the trail.
If you are a Jeep mudding enthusiast, the trail becomes filled with mud, making it a perfect Jeep mudding destination; we recommend visiting the Peters Mill Run Jeep trail during the wet season for Jeep mudding experiences. Visiting off the season will allow you to view adjacent mountains usually covered by foliage during the wet season.
West Virginia Jeep Trails
What makes West Virginia Jeep trails exciting is that they cater to experienced and off-road beginners; the number one Jeep trail in West Virginia is the Hatfield/McCoy Trail System.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in West Virginia include:
|West Virginia Jeep Trails||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|The Hatfield/McCoy Trail System||Difficulty Scale 2-9|
The Hatfield/McCoy Trail System is recognized as an easy and challenging Jeep trail according to the Jeep Badge of Honor program; one of the amazing features you can’t miss on the 500 miles of tracks when off-roading in the Jeep trail include lush green forests and mountains of southern West Virginia, the black trails and single track are filled with soft rocks and boulders.
The trail is managed by the Hatfield–McCoy Regional Recreation Authority, and you will always find police patrols in the regions; the security is tight, and you can enjoy your off-road adventures without having to worry about your security.
Wyoming Jeep Trails
Only one Wyoming Jeep trail is recognized in the Jeep Badge of Honor Program. The Jeep trail is called “Monument Ridge Jeep Trail,” right off Highway 189/191 near Jackson, WY.
Qualifying Jeep Badge of Honor Trails in Wyoming include:
|Wyoming Jeep Trails||Jeep Trail Difficulty Scale|
|Monument Ridge Jeep Trail||Difficulty Scale 2-8|
Monument Ridge Jeep Trail is one of the famous Wyoming Jeep trails, with the trail length being 2.16 miles, and it will take you around 30 minutes to complete the Jeep Badge of Honor challenges.
The Jeep trails are bumpy and flat, but a rocky and steep location on the trail will challenge even the most experienced off-roader. The Monument Ridge Jeep Trail is known to change according to the weather conditions and is impassible from October through June.
We recommend Off-roading on Monument Ridge Jeep Trail with a stock Jeep during the dry season; however, we would recommend a custom off-road rig with high suspension and big Jeep tires during the wet seasons on muddy roads filled with clay soil.
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