Barbour Fork Trail Guide with Toyotas and a Land Rover #BarbourFork
Toyotas and a Land Rover take on Barbour Fork off-road trail near Denver and great for fall colors. Here we take 4Runners, a FJ Cruiser, and Land Rover LR3 on this difficult rated trail by both Funtreks and TrailsOffroad. Complete trail guide on the trail showing all obstacles, good camping spots, and the views. Trail Review at the end as well as some bonus content. I dedicated this one to my niece who would have been an adventurous woman like the ladies in this video.
1:00 Trail Begins
1:41 Our 1st Rough Section
4:33 The Split in the Trail
6:21 Offroad Youtuber’s required drone sequence of pretty spot
7:25 Start of the Toughest Obstacle?
9:53 Moderate section with good camp spot
11:33 Working our way Uphill
12:40 A 30 yard Battle
14:20 Don’t get LOST
15:36 Back on the Trail
17:14 Another Difficult Stretch
19:30 Best Views?
20:14 Trail Break Down
21:38 Bonus Toyota Action
Lisa: 2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road, details in vid. Instagram @TRDwagon
Cara: 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser, details in vid.
Jordan: 2008 Land Rover LR3 HSE, details in video. Instagram @maverick_cogx
My name is Dewie Jones and I’m the reluctant host, videographer, and video editor for the channel. I’ve daily driven a wrangler my entire driving life starting with a 1997 TJ, most recently a ten year old 2012 JK, and now new 2021 JL. I like the challenge of driving a stock wrangler on tough trails. My buds are not new to wheeling either, but for their own specific reasons, now wheel aggressive SUV based off-roaders like Cherokees, 4Runners, Land Cruisers, VW Touregs, and Renegades. We decided Colorado Mallcrawlers was a funny name so that’s how we got here.
Additionally, just created this skiing channel, Colorado Plankers (aka skiers). The skiing content I once published here is getting a lot of new viewers so I started this. Mallcrawlers will continue to publish off-road videos and hopefully they’ll get even better from making more content on skiing.
For trail planning, I use the Funtreks Books (amazon search: Funtreks books). I have the current editions of the Colorado books and Moab. I finish up my trail planning with trails offroad as they can sometimes have more detail as well as user submitted current conditions feedback. I’m testing GPS apps and currently don’t use one. Here’s my video that tells you how I do it.
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