This weeks offroad adventure.

Jeep WJ on lumber trail, close

I have tried to offroad once a week, this gives me some time to get away from everything. Just focus on the ‘now’.
This weeks offroad adventure brought me to a mountains close to the town of Crustenice. This trip was a lot of up and down, lots of hilltops to concur and a lot of scary descents.

I started out having to backtrack quiet a bit, the trail was “claimed” by a hown owner deciding to put up his fence across the trail. But no problem, i backtracked and took another tail and got a chance to take a awesome shot of Jumbo.
Jeep WJ profile
For the fist time i mounted shackles on the rear bumper, think it looks amazing. But i dod not need them, the terain for today was challenging but not so that i would get stuck as long as i picked the correct line.

Rear close-up
Rear close-up

After going straight north and downhill some time i decided to head back towards the waypoint and passed this hunters hut, there many of them placed throughout most forests in Czech Republic. The terrain around the hut was softer and muddier than the rest of the trail.

Hunters hut
Hunters hut

Trees, Czech Republic

Jeep wj in forrest
leafs everywhere!

After continuing on the trail i found my way out on a field and passed some dog owners, in Sweden there would been a lot of angry word exchanged. But Czech people are very tolerant of peoples interest, they respected me and i respected them and tried to pass as quiet as possible as to not scare the dogs. Later found a hill where i ate my lunch. My lunch consisted of two bananas and Oreos. I will never Wheel without Oreos again, best wheeling snack i haver brought.

Czech Hills and Jeep, HDR
Czech Hills, HDR, view point 1

Jeep WJ, Czech nature
Czech hills, view point 1

After lunch i went downwards to the north. Passing through a beautiful part of the forest, a beautiful ravine.

Ravine
Ravine

Following the ravine down it lead me to a lumber trail. The forest started to lose the colors and it looked very cool and i got a chance to take two photos that I’m very happy with.

Jeep on lumber trail
Lumber trail

Jeep WJ on lumber trail, close
Lumber trail

What’s the saying, what comes down mus come up? Maybe it was the opposite. But physics don’t apply to a Jeep. After following the ravine down i headed up to view point two.

Jeep overlooking hills
Overlooking hills

After reaching view point two i scanned the map and saw that there was i hilltop fairly close, offcourse i had to go and explore and claim it. Be king of the hill! I do not post a lot of photos of myself, but here is one on top of the hill!

Selfie with my Jeep
Selfie with my Jeep