Extractions: Contact Us The big reason to move to a rural community is to improve your lifestyle... to get back to doing those things that really matter and that really bring you happiness and pleasure during your recreational time. Recreation programs include classes I crafts, drama, fishing, dancing, yoga, softball, kayaking, swimming... well, we just can't list EVERYTHING there is to do here in this peaceful valley, but here's the "short" list: Camping Cross Country Skiing - best trails you've been on with pure Colorado powder! Fishing - in addition to the many lakes in the high country loaded with native trout, the Arkansas River produces some of the biggest and best in the state Four Wheeling - miles of designated trails Golf - 9 and 18 hole courses in both Lake and Chaffee County (some open year 'round) Hiking (some of the best hiking trails in the State - plus fifteen 14,000+ peaks)
Four Wheeling In Californa CA Outdoors.com features outdoor recreational and travel information for California! California Outdoor recreational and Travel Information on family travel, activities, outdoors, hiking, Jeep Jamborees filled with four wheeling, accessories installation, clubs http://www.caoutdoors.com/Four_Wheeling_Californa.htm
Extractions: West Coast Outlet - Super Store of Consumer Electronics Laguna Gifts Sierra Outlet - Camping Gear and more West Coast Travel - Luggage and more GoToBUY - 500,000 Books, Movies, Music and Video Games! See Your Message Here California Outdoors California Outdoor Recreational and Travel Information Contact US HOME Search this Site SUNBLOCK Four Wheeling California Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs - WE ARE ... Dedicated ... Determined ... On the Move...We're the California Association of 4 Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. Since 1959, our non-profit organization has actively promoted the advancement of vehicle oriented outdoor recreation. Today, the Association represents over 8,000 members and 160 member clubs. We are the largest organization of this type in the State and represent owners of all makes and models of 4WD vehicles, as well as non-owners who support responsible vehicle oriented recreation. Chris Geiger's 4 Runner Four Wheel Drive Clubs - "Internet 4WD Clubs Database: Details of Four Wheel Drive Clubs in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Germany, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands (Holland), New Zealand, Norway, Phillipines, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom (England, N.Ireland, Scotland, Wales), and United States of America (USA)".
Who We Are! and supporting the sport of recreational fourwheeling. Promoting and supporting private and Federal lands permitting recreational four-wheeling activities. Participating in and http://www.wrev.org/info.html
Extractions: If you would like to join our club as an active member please try and make the next meeting or trail ride. After fulfilling the qualifications, then you will be accepted or denied by normal voting procedures. Dues are $36.00 per year with options of joining other associations with our sport, through our club. We try and have two monthly vehicle use events with special events through out the year and one club meeting a month to keep things organized. Our event schedule is planned out one year in advance with any changes being published in our monthly newsletter.
Extractions: zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') About Automotive 4-Wheel Drive / Offroading Clubs/Groups For 4-Wheelers ... 4x4 Offroad Clubs- by State Southwest 4-Wheeling Clubs Home Essentials Facts For (And About) Women Drivers zau(256,152,145,'gob','http://z.about.com/5/ad/go.htm?gs='+gs,''); Photo Gallery of 4x4 Trucks Most Popular 4x4 Vehicles Campers, Tents and Canopies Expert Offroad Driving Tips ... Help zau(256,138,125,'el','http://z.about.com/0/ip/417/0.htm','');w(xb+xb); Subscribe to the About 4-Wheel Drive / Offroading newsletter. Search 4-Wheel Drive / Offroading The Southwest USA offers some of the best off road 4x4 driving available, thanks to miles of beautiful mountains and land passes. Find places to ride, local events calendars and offroad cyber clubs for four wheel driving in the Southwest: Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Texas. Alphabetical Recent Up a category A family-oriented club out of Lubbock that's open to all makes and models of 4wd's, off-road buggies, etc. 4 Corners Canyon Climbers A diverse group of 4 wheelers located in Cortez, Colorado. A family oriented organization dedicated to four wheeling, community service and keeping the back country open for use by ALL public land users. Vehicles range from bone stock to outragiously modified. Local trails are very challenging and they often travel to Moab, UT., and Farmington, NM. to test other hard core trails.
Extractions: zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') About Automotive 4-Wheel Drive / Offroading Clubs/Groups For 4-Wheelers ... 4x4 Offroad Clubs- by State California 4-Wheeling Clubs Home Essentials Facts For (And About) Women Drivers zau(256,152,145,'gob','http://z.about.com/5/ad/go.htm?gs='+gs,''); Photo Gallery of 4x4 Trucks Most Popular 4x4 Vehicles Campers, Tents and Canopies Expert Offroad Driving Tips ... Help zau(256,138,125,'el','http://z.about.com/0/ip/417/0.htm','');w(xb+xb); Subscribe to the About 4-Wheel Drive / Offroading newsletter. Search 4-Wheel Drive / Offroading With hundreds of off road trails in California, this may be the most popular place to go four-wheeling in the U.S. Find places to ride, local events calendars and offroad cyber clubs for four wheel driving in California. Alphabetical Recent Up a category 4 Wheelers 4 Christ A California-based organization dedicated to uniting Christian 4-wheelers worldwide by providing a common place on the Internet for 4-wheelers to congregate and post information about their local area events. Their aim is to link Christian 4-wheelers worldwide through their web site for fellowship and 4x4 fun. 4x4 Freelanders Membership is open to any and all four-wheel drive vehicles. The club has adopted a one meeting/one run per month format. Out of Monrovia, California.
Lassen National Forest - Recreational Activities recreational activities. Research and recreational adventures. Among the more popular are camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, driving for pleasure, snowmobiling, skiing, fourwheeling http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/lassen/recreation
Extractions: Forest Service National Links Forest Service Home Employment Fire and Aviation International Forestry Just for Kids Maps and Brochures Passes and Permits Photo and Video Gallery Publications Recreational Activities Research and Development State and Private Forestry Lassen National Forest Home About Us Contact Us Current Conditions ... Evaluate Our Service The Lassen National Forest offers a wide variety of recreational adventures. Among the more popular are camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, driving for pleasure, snowmobiling, skiing, four-wheeling, horseback riding, and picnicking. Choose the area you plan to visit from a Lassen National Forest Map Or go straight to the District Area Adventures Pages, including Camping and Day Use Activities for each district
Extractions: May 18 Region 2 meeting minutes Stave Lake Cleanup Saturday June 5 Region 2 meeting reminder presidents choice photo contest ... Complete List The Four Wheel Drive Association of British Columbia is organized as a family oriented non-profit organization with the following objectives: To uphold the established Four Wheelers' Code of Ethics. To promote recreational activities that involve the off pavement use of four wheel drive vehicles, encourage multiple land use and allow access to the back-country. To promote responsible attitudes toward the use of public and private lands. To protect our natural resources and the heritage of our land through conservation practices so people may enjoy them for generations to come. To encourage land management agencies to develop more areas and trails for multiple uses and to deter land closures. To participate in and support civic activities that will benefit the community, and to enhance the public image of recreational four wheeling and its enthusiasts.
Arizona Dust Devils 4WDC Page Promote 4wheeling as a family activity. To provide social, educational and recreational activities for the membership or other public lands. four Wheel Drive Safety The club is http://www.asa4wdc.org/asa4wdc/clubs/azdd
Arizona Dust Devils 4WDC Page Promote 4wheeling as a family activity. To provide social, educational and recreational activities for the membership or other public lands. four Wheel Drive Safety The club is http://www.geocities.com/stinger75ih
AZ DUST DEVILS FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUB of four Wheel Drive Clubs since its inception. Objectives. Promote 4wheeling asa family activity. To provide social, educational and recreational activities http://asa4wdc.org/clubs/azdd/azdd.htm
Extractions: E-mail: Mike Wixom Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at the Top Shelf Mexican Restraunt, 1976 W. Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ., [Northeast corner of Southern and Dobson]. Meeting starts at 7:00 P.M., come early and have dinner. Guests are always welcome. The Arizona Dust Devils 4WDC was first incorporated in 1975 and has been associated with the Arizona State Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs since its inception. Activities are organized as a monthly function. Trips are organized to provide 4 wheel drive travel experiences. Our trips range in difficulty from mild (stock vehicle) to hard-core (very modified vehicle) and everything in between. We encourage participation by people of all experience and skill levels. Guests are always welcome.
ASA4WDC - History to be able to reach the four wheeler who undue restriction on recreational 4wheeling,to institute and to provide social and recreational activities for its http://asa4wdc.org/html/asa_history.htm
Extractions: In May 1965, twelve families met at the Phoenix Land and Title Building in Phoenix to form a state association of four wheel drive clubs in Arizona. Seven clubs that had already formed were in need of a group association. The purpose of the association was to "coordinate the efforts of four wheel drive clubs throughout Arizona in four wheeling and educate the public." The first clubs involved were: Buckeye 4-Wheelers, Flagstaff 4-Wheelers, 4x4 Scouters of Scottsdale, Mesa 4- Wheelers, Yuma 4-Wheelers, Phoenix Jeep Club, and Tucson Four Wheelers. At this meeting the name "Arizona State Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs" was born. A roster of members was established, incorporation papers were processed, each club submitted a design for the Association logo, and the By-laws were set up along with $10.00 club dues. The ASA4WDC is heavily involved in keeping land closures and trail closures to a minimum. The Forest Service, in which there are seven National Forests in our state, have been helpful in letting us know when trails are about to be closed and allowing the clubs to adopt them. This requires us to maintain them by checking each trail at least once a year. We do a great deal of Conservation work for the Forest Service; stringing fences, cleaning primitive camp sites, work on water catches for animals, and we restored hills where roads are visible to main roads by laying water bars and then fencing the area.
Extractions: CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUBS, Inc. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY PARTNERSHIP "Exploring the Past and the Future Through Four-Wheeling" The California Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. (CA4WDC) recognizes the important role played by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in caring for our Nation's Public Lands, while the BLM recognizes four-wheeling as a legitimate use of Public Lands. CA4WDC acknowledges BLM's mission to emphasize multiple use of public lands and its desire to promote resource-based recreational activities on public lands in the future. Because of the value of BLM-managed land and trails for four-wheelers, CA4WDC agrees to enter into this Golden Anniversary Partnership with BLM to designate the following trail systems as outstanding multiple use trails on BLM lands: Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Area Trail System, California The Bradshaw Trail, California The Volcanic Table Lands, California The Molina Ghost Run Trail, California
Web Sites For Motorheads and low impact principles applicable to all recreation activities. UFWDA The Unitedfour Wheel Drive Association is an organized recreational four wheeling. http://www.wildwilderness.org/wi/motorlinks.htm
Extractions: The BlueRibbon Coalition is an organization that unites OHVers, loggers, miners, and cattlemen to share and preserve our precious natural heritage. They campaign to replace "user conflict" with "user cooperation" by educating everyone to share the trails and facilities. American Recreation Coalition
Colorado OHV Coalition travel and low impact principles applicable to all recreation activities. The Unitedfour Wheel Drive Association is an organized recreational four wheeling. http://cohvco.org/links.php
Extractions: About Contact Us Join ... OHV Survey The American Motorcyclist Association is a national organization with an unparalleled history of pursuing, protecting and promoting the interests of the world's largest and most dedicated group of motorcycle enthusiasts. American Trails is the only national trails advocacy organization working for the common interests of all trail user. Americans for Responsible Recreation Access represents the interests of more than 25 million people who have a deep commitment to outdoor recreation. It's purpose is to ensure that Americans are not arbitrarily denied access to our public lands for a variety of recreational pursuits. The All-Terrain Vehicle Association is the national membership organization for dedicated and enthusiastic ATV riders and owners. Whether you enjoy using your ATV for racing, trail riding, or back-country hunting, the ATVA can help you get more fun out of your ATV. The BlueRibbon Coalition is an organization that unites OHVers, loggers, miners, and cattlemen to share and preserve our precious natural heritage. They campaign to replace "user conflict " with "user cooperation" by educating everyone to share the trails and facilities.
Extractions: ORC Home Search Race Rock Departments Main Back Issues Camping Info Trips Adventures ... Message Board Columns DON'T ASK! Checkpoint Wanderers Motor Sports Off-Road Racing Rock Crawling Sand Dunes Snowmobile ... Dirt Bike Marketplace Search Ad Index Photography Off-Road Video ... Classified Ads Press Release STONYFORD, CA (April 5) The national nonprofit organization Tread Lightly! and General Motors' HUMMER division have announced a new initiative aimed at repairing damage caused by the 2001 "Trough Fire" at the North Fork Campground in the Mendocino National Forest. The organizations have committed over $20,000 to assist with the rehabilitation of the area and are expected to complete the project before the end of the summer. Don Amador - BRC Western Representative (left), Mike DiGiovanni - HUMMER General Manager (center), Lori Davis - Tread Lightly! Executive Director (right), plant tree at ground breaking event (photo by Scott Sinclair).
Automobile-portal.com | Motorsport - Off-Road Translate this page and encourage the ownership of four wheel drive vehicles for To provide social, educationaland recreational activities for the Promote organized 4-wheeling. http://www.automobile-portal.com/Pages_fr/Motorsport_fr/OffRoad_fr.htm
Extractions: High Rollers 4x4 Club The purpose for which this corporation is organized is to promote and encourage the fellowship, and competition through the sponsorship and attendance of truck shows; to promote and encourage the ownership of four wheel drive vehicles for work, pleasure, competition, and recreation of its members.
Extractions: GM Brand Web Sites Automotive Buick Cadillac Chevrolet GMC HUMMER Oldsmobile Pontiac Saab Saturn GM Buypower GM Canada Holden Opel Vauxhall GM Certified Used GM Fleet GM Defense Companies ACDelco Allison Transmission Electro-Motive Genuine GM Parts GMAC GM Accessories GMAC Bank GM Cardmember Services GM Goodwrench Service GM Mobility GM Performance Parts GM XM Radio OnStar Powertrain GM Network Fiat Fuji/Subaru Isuzu Suzuki GM Powered Duramax Hydra-matic Northstar Vortec outputMenu("blue","Company","co"); outputMenu("green","Automotive","auto"); outputMenu("orange","Services","beyauto"); A HUMMER tows an abandoned vehicle out of a Michigan forest during a HUMMER Helps event in August 2003. STONYFORD, Calif. (April 5, 2004) — The national nonprofit organization Tread Lightly! and General Motors' HUMMER division announced Saturday a new initiative aimed at repairing damage caused by the 2001 "Trough Fire" at the North Fork Campground in the Mendocino National Forest. The organizations have committed over $20,000 to assist with the rehabilitation of the area. "The North Fork area is crucial to Northern California's recreational community," said Mike DiGiovanni, HUMMER general manager. "This initiative will help repair significant damage caused by the fire and restore basic resources that support the activities that make this site so popular. We're proud to be part of such a worthy effort that not only benefits the four-wheeling community, but outdoor enthusiasts of every kind."