Berdoo Canyon trail with a mostly-stock GMC 1500???
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    Question Berdoo Canyon trail with a mostly-stock GMC 1500???

    Update: A few people elsewhere have said that it's quite easy (and the hill climb in the video is optional, apparently). Anyone live down here and free on the 6th?

    From the YouTube video, it looks pretty doable for the most part. The one hill climb shown might be a little much for this vehicle? But it doesn't look like anything that I'll break my truck on (can't afford to do that!!!), as long as I don't send it too hard haha. I have almost no doubt that I COULD do the trail in this vehicle (hell, maybe even in my stock 2wd 4Runner if i REALLY needed to LOL...); the question is, how much am I going to risk expensive damage that I can't afford? Thinking of checking it out Saturday... Will likely be doing either that or something else in the general broad region, if anyone is interested in joining

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    That Berdoo Canyon video looks rather mild, something one could do in a 2-wheel drive pick-up, maybe even a carefully driven cross-over SUV could breeze right through there.
    However since video was made conditions may change due to weather and wear.
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