The purpose of the Mile Hi Jeep Club of Colorado is to unite adventure loving people in worthwhile 4-wheel drive activities; to educate its members in the proper manner of all road driving; to protect and preserve the natural beauty and terrain; to participate, on a voluntary basis, in search and rescue and other humanitarian missions as the community needs; to share good fellowship while operating our vehicles in a manner so as to preserve and protect our land for all generations; and to extend the courtesy of the open road to all.
We know that women like to Jeep too so each year one of our patrols may put together a trip especially for the ladies. No men allowed behind the wheel on this trip!
Come be a Hobo for a day, and ride the Kingston Peak Loop above Alice with us. As a Hobo, you'll need to muster up needed supplies along the trail to survive. Each item collected at random will be assigned a point value, the Hobo with the highest point total will be rewarded with the 9th Annual "Top Hobo" Trophy. Trophies will also be awarded for 2nd and 3rd runner-ups. Oh yea, Did I mention we'd be Jeeping? During the lunch stop we will have a fun contest while the points will be tallied, & then awards presented. Dash plaques and a souvenir Hobo Run bandana (to hold your survival items), will be presented to each participant at registration, along a goodie bag, and an instruction sheet for day.
Click on the image of the hobo for more information on the annual Hobo run!
Each year the aspen trees in Colorado turn a beautiful gold. We celebrate this change with a weekend event called Aspencades. The event is held in September during the turn. We run trails especially rich in the golden colors of the aspens and back at camp after the trips we have a big barbeque and bonfire where we tell lies and talk about the summer. Click on the aspens to see some of the pictures from past years events!
It's time to get out in the cold, dark, snowy, mountains and search for some ghosts!! I know this is short notice, but it took me a very long time to get the path and destinations together. Basically, we will be running Nevadaville Loop with stops at with stops at Rocky Mtn Cemetery, Bald Mtn Cemetery, and possibly Russell Gulch Cemetery. This will be a very easy trail, so anything 4WD will be fine. No need for any modifications, however, sounds like there might be snow, so please be sure that if there is snow, I would suggest your rig has at least 1 tow point.