Welcome back, trail folks! 😎Our trail ambassador of this month is Trevor @sfarco, a guy who loves Overlanding, camping, fabrication, and automotive! Let's follow Trevor and know more about how he challenged the large water crossings in the Marble Head Trail.
I love the outdoors and automobiles! I have a YouTube channel named SFARCO that is all about camping, overlanding, fabrication, and more! The adventure, finding new places, and encountering new challenges keep me overlanding and off-roading.
We went Drummond Island which has several fun trails and great scenery. We didn't need any recoveries but there were a few larger water crossings that could have been troublesome.
One of my group was driving a Ford Maverick and there were side trails he was able to use to bypass the hard parts. But there were still challenges like rock steps and large water crossings.
Drummond Island has trails of varying difficulty making it a great place for new or experienced offroaders.
Drummond Island had many trails that were great and I didn't even get to drive them all, I really liked Marble Head and Mu's Nemesis.
High clearance and recovery gear.
Very important. You never know when you are going to be out later than you planned. Improper lighting on these trails would be a huge mistake and could even be dangerous. I would suggest that you can replace your stock bulbs with Lasfit bulbs and add some Lasfit ditch lights and light bars.
As far as the water crossings, I actually didn't have any water enter the cabin but if it had the Lasfit liners would definitely outperform the stock carpet mats. They would obviously get saturated and take forever to dry.
And when dealing with mud, the dirt gets ground into the carpet making it virtually impossible to fully clean. The Lasfit liners clean up easily with just water.
Yes they have made my 4runner look much nicer on the inside too. The original mats were completely worn out.
Here's the detailed Trail Info Trevor provided to us for anyone who gets interested in this trail as reference:
Name of the trail:
Best time of year to go:
Phone Numbers for local help:
Tire Pressure Advice:
Start around 25 but know your vehicle.
Rig requirements (Example, must be 4x4 with lift kit, or standard 4x4):
4x4 and high clearance
Thanks again for Trevor's fun trail sharing! If you want to learn more about camping, overlanding, trail stories, fabrication, and more, feel free to follow and subscribe to Trevor's Youtube channel@SFARCO!