Jeep Jamboree USA

Saturday, September 21, 2013
Every year, from March through October, Jeep hosts their official Jeep Jamboree events at some of the most beautiful trails all across the U.S. Jeep Jamboree's are off-road driving tradition that bring together the outdoors, down-to-earth people, and their Jeep 4x4. Jeep Jamborees are designed to match every skill level. You will find a good mix of first-timers as well as veterans attending Jeep Jamboree events, so don’t think you’ll feel out of place if you’ve never been to a Jeep Jamboree before. Jamborees are strictly for Jeep vehicles (any Jeep model in good condition); there are no exceptions. All vehicles are subject to inspection prior to trail departure. You'll follow unpaved trails and learn how to properly use your Jeep vehicle in challenging off-highway situations. And, perhaps best of all, you'll make lots of new friends who will help you along the way. Jeep Jamborees take place rain or shine, and don’t think that a little (or a lot!) of snow would postpone an event. We’re talking about Jeep vehicles here!
We were so fortunate enough to see the Jeep Jam event on their last day at Coal Creek East TN. They had two trails to choose from, ranging from easy to challenging in difficulty. Trails consisted pretty much of gravel and rocks with some mud holes. Way too many Jeeps on these trails,  we spent almost an hour watching passing the difficult trail. Overall, Oakridge does a great job hosting this event. We did have fun and are considered attending it next year.







16 comments:

  1. Wow, it must be fun to see those jeeps in action.

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  2. Ang tapang nila:) Kawawa naman mga sasakyan:)

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  3. We call that "off-road challenge" in Bukidnon and I must say looking at those jeeps climbing on rocky and hilly (many times muddy) terrains look scary!

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  4. Jeeps are really tough! "must be one hell of a ride!" it's good that you enjoyed, let's see your post again next year then!

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  5. Ohhh hitting the roads with those jeeps! I'm sure you and the rest of the guys had so much fun during the ride.

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  6. wow...that is so fun to join at... totally cool to have that kind of off-road travel with others.

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  7. I simply love those All-terrain Jeeps. Mas okay yan kaysa kotse.

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  8. I actually thought of having a Jeep for my first car, but the husband was not a fan to the idea. Well, maybe some day...

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  9. wow those looks amazing! i've tried this also before back in vietnam in the mountains! man that was really a extreme ride! would love to have one of those car though for heavy duty hehe

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  10. i would also love to have a jeep like that and go on a mountain trail. That activity is so exciting and challenging. I love the adrenalin rush especially if you have to trail on a stiff and rocky mountain. Maybe i would do that, sometime even just for once in this lifetime :)

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  11. Looks fun but scary, lalo na ung part na aakyat sa taas ng bundok ung jeep >_<

    Yung Jamboree lng na nasalihan ko is sa boyscout during my elementary days lol

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  12. Ohemgee! this is the kind of vehicle adventure i want to experience! not interested with formula one and the likes. jeep is my thing!

    At ang taray ng pose ng sis ko in yellow hi hi hi. mishuuu muah!

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