For those who go to Superstition and camp near Huff Road.( The name changes to Imler at Wheeler Road or at the bend)
Superstition Mt is Navy property administered by the BLM. The Navy has the right to revoke usage at any time. PLEASE RESPECT THE BOUNDRY SIGNS!!!
Presidents Day Weekend at the Superstition Mountains
by Steve Chaney, San Diego Off-Road Coalition
This could very easily happen in Borrego!
Thank god Roy and Nita were there to take pictures!
We had 16 rigs total on this run. What a nice turn out. It was cold when we left
the gas stations but not real windy. The sun came out and what a clear view of
the deserts from up there. We made it to the station at about 10:30am so we
stopped and checked out the area and then headed on to a lunch spot out of the
Looks like our recovery team needed some recovery.
On June 21, 2010, Past President Dan Elkerton presented a $1,000.00 donation to the ‘Friends of the High Lakes’ from the San Diego 4 Wheelers.
We had a great turn out for this year’s powder puff run. Thirteen vehicles met across the street from the gas stations in Jacumba before venturing out onto the trail. The group consisted of 12 lady drivers and one guy who was brave enough to don a SD4W red gown for the event.
Had a great run on Sunday. Left Denny's Ramona approx. 7:30am after a hearty breakfast. Met at the trail head at approx. 8:45am, had 8 rigs with 6 members and 5 guests. Desert was in full bloom, very pretty. Nobody left any paint at Jeep Squeeze. Rod and Howie climbed Heart Attack Hill on the left side without incident. The third obstacle was a challenge for a few on the trip.
Camp is packed up, but the aroma of Rita's Cowboy Grill still lingers. Hundreds of 4x4 enthusiasts have returned to their homes.
Beautiful weather with moderate temperatures enhanced a great weekend of adventure. Rigs from all over Southern California and beyond filled Superstition Mountain with fun and excitement as all skill levels were tested.
by Lloyd Savoie
After several years of struggling, the BLM issued it's EIS on Devil's Canyon. The resulting restrictions are unacceptable. We have urged the BLM to withdraw the EIS and start over. Although this will take several years, perhaps our children will be able to enjoy Devil's Canyon once again.
Dear Fellow ASA Member (and friends):
The Union Pacific Railroad has indicated that they will close the Wash Road along the eastern border of the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area to public travel on May 31, 2009.
Fears that the bad economy was going to reduce the amount of participants at this year’s event were quickly laid to rest with fantastic weather and low gas prices. Attendance records were broken at this 11th annual Superstition Mountain event.
Reposted from email received by Anne Carey, Recreation planner Cleveland National Forest.
The Cleveland Travel Management Environmental Assessment (EA) is posted on our website for 30 day review and comment period. The link is:
The EA consists of 3 chapters and maps for 3 alternatives.
At a Dedication Ceremony held in the Superstition Mountain OHVA, the San Diego 4 Wheelers turned over a new Information Kiosk to the BLM. The four wheel drive Club replaced the aging BLM Kiosk with funds provided in a grant from BF Goodrich Tires.
Division of Public Affairs HQMC Media Branch
3000 Marine Corps Pentagon, RM 4B548
Washington, DC 20350-3000
In continuation of its Outstanding Trails program, BFGoodrich® Tires announced six new trails for 2008. Over the past two years, the Outstanding Trails program has recognized 11 off-road trails in 10 states and one in Canada.