Ranch Road turns from paved to gravel and dirt and is part of the Southern Wisconsin Overlanding Tour.
Ranch Road is a public road that spans over 2 miles. It features hills, dirt, washouts, and with rain/snow the level will very depending on how often it's groomed (which isn't often). Sometimes the trail is unpassable with downed trees and alike, sometimes it's groomed with no issues. Please post reviews below and read what others have written to stay up to date.
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Use your discretion before attempting to crawl or maneuver over trails & waypoints. The Road Legal 4WD Association, Chapters, Trail Guides, Elders, Land Owners, Sponsors, and Members are not responsible for your course of action, only you are.
Do not attempt anything beyond your capability, get proper training and never travel alone.
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We recommend you carry a first aid kit, ABC automotive fire extinguisher, recovery gear, and communication with you at all times when on the trail. Please take the time to ask questions and get training on vehicle and equipment use.