Top of the World Trail Guide | Stock Jeep and even smaller Jeep Cherokee
Top of the World Trail Guide for Stock Vehicles. Top of the World trail is a difficult trail near Moab, Utah. We find out what are Top of the World’s vehicle requirements. We also show the entire trail and all the obstacles using a stock Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon and unlocked even smaller Jeep Cherokee XJ. We follow the funtreks route and show the overlook, dewey bridge, the no bypass and bypass obstacles including one TrailsOffroad called Nasty. Top of the World Trail Review and breakdown included in the end. Stock Off-road vehicles rock crawling.
00:00 A sample of what the Trail offers
00:19 Vehicle Information, Requirements, and Dewey Bridge
1:00 Entrada Bluffs Road
1:37 Top of the World Starts off Easy
4:35 Trail gets Rougher and Rougher as we go
6:40 The obstacle that stops stock vehicles
10:32 Western Easier Half of Top of the World’s Loop
14:40 The famous Overlook via Drone
15:30 Eastern Half of the Loop, much harder
22:15 Trail Review and Break down
23:10 The Bypass of the No Bypass Obstacle
25:00 Zach’s Review of Trailhawks on Top of the World
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. We film our trail runs letting whatever happens, happen and then later make the video an accurate trail guide with comments on how to do it better than us.
For trail planning, I use the Funtreks Books (amazon search: Funtreks books). I have the current editions of the Colorado books, Arizona, California, and Moab. I finish up my trail planning with TrailsOffroad as they can sometimes have more detail as well as user submitted current conditions feedback. I use GAIA GPS with TrailsOffroad waypoints on UConnect currently. one (although I’m not paying attention to it on filming days). Here’s my video that tells you how I find trails.
Our Trail Guides Playlist:
Our Colorado Playlist:
As always, thanks for watching! Your support by liking, commenting, sharing, and subscribing really helps support our videos (even tho I know that sounds dumb). Our goal will always be to show you how beautiful this world is via 4 wheels and keep making better videos!