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Hungry Valley SVRA four-wheel drive obstacle course.
California

California's second largest off-highway vehicular (OHV) recreation area, has hills, valleys, grassland, coastal sage scrub, oak woodland and a obstacle course. The obstacle course is the ultimate playground for grown-ups with 4x4s. Here is a rock garden for serious rock crawlers, someone has gotten their jeep stuck and needs to be winched free from the large rocks.

Copyright: Roger berry
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Uploaded: 20/03/2013
Updated: 12/06/2014
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Tags: hungry; valley; svra; california; off-highway vehicular; ohv; recreation; four. wheel; drive; jeep
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