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 Colorado Mountain Adventure 2024

 The event will be held on Friday July 12h through Sunday July 14th 2023.  

 

Event coordinator:  Dave Breggin,  BlueHummer@earthlink.net 

 

We will spend a good bit of time above 10,000 feet!  This is a great way to beat the summer heat.  We will be running trails on National Forest & BLM land to the west of Denver.  Exact trails will be determined at the event so we can accommodate everyone.  We have a huge network of trails to choose from with all levels of difficulty. Trails are usually hard dirt with imbedded rock, some loose rock, not much mud but a little rain can change everything.  Most trails are forested, so mild pin-striping is always possible.  

 

Some Notable Information:

1.              Driver’s meeting each morning at the departure point (TBA). Be fueled up and have a lunch packed each trail day. Bring extra water and snacks.  Be prepared for long trail days.

2.              Trail communication:  Instead of CB Radios, we will be using FRS radios for this event.  These radios are inexpensive, have similar range and better clarity than CB, and no license is required.  (They are compatible with GMRS radios, for those that have them.)  If you do not have an FRS radio, we will loan you one for the event.

3.              Be certain that your truck is well maintained and that it is in good operational condition.

 


Due to low registration, this event will be classified as a "local" event and will be supported by Mod Mafia.

Denver, CO 80123
7/12/2024 - 7/14/2024
Member
 WINDROCK 2024 !!!!

We are returning to one of our favorite off road parks with 300+ miles of off-road trails on 72,000 acres in the beautiful Tennessee Mountains.  The park has plenty of different trails for all types of vehicles and adrenaline levels, plus beautiful mountain scenery around every corner. Learn More  If you select Learn More and go to the Park’s website you can register prior to the event.  We recommend registering prior to the event because the General Store can get very busy most mornings and just delay our heading to the trails.

This event is all about the trails, off-roading, and camaraderie.  We will be kicking up mud and crawling over rocks.

The event hotel will be the Double Tree in Oak Ridge located at 215 S. Illinois Ave.  We do have a block of rooms reserved so you need to make your reservation by 6/27/24 to receive our special room rate of $ 134.00 taxes and fees not included. Click on this link to register for a room directly with the hotel:
https://www.hilton.com/en/attend-my-event/orkdtdt-hcr-87311d60-0790-4ba0-9869-6e5f45370137/   or Call the hotel at 1-865-481-2468 to make your reservation.




Schedule of Activities:

Thursday, July 18th:
Arrive at the Double Tree - Oak Ridge: just getting together.  
 
Friday, July 19th:
8:00 AM – Mandatory drivers meeting in the rear parking lot of the hotel.        

8:30 AM – Head out for the Trailhead and register with Windrock ORV.  

5:00 PM – Return from the Trails.

Saturday, July 20th:
8:00 AM – Mandatory drivers meeting in the rear parking lot of the hotel.        

8:30 AM – Head out for the Trails; will finish up early to go to diner…

5:00 PM – Return from the Trails. 

Dinner Banquet at hotel from 7:00 to 9:00pm

     Sunday, July 21st

Checkout and return home



Event Fees:

$75.00 for each person (Age 13 and up) in your group.  Children 12 and under are free (except for park fee) and do not receive an Event T-Shirt.  Extra Event shirts will be available for sale at $20 each.  Remember the event fee must be paid via the Hummer Club online registration process.  The event fee includes the Banquet diner on Saturday  night starting at 7:00pm at the hotel and a T-Shirt. 

Park permit fees must be paid in addition to the event registration fee.  Park permits are required for each person, no matter their age or activity, to be on the trails at Windrock Park.  Each person entering the area is required to have their permit with them at all times while on the property.  Price of the Park permit fees are as shown in the table below and will be available for purchase at the Park. Park permit fees  do not include taxes.  See Park website for details at 
https://windrockpark.com.  You can actually go to this website before the event to register your truck and pay the park fee for 2 days. PARK FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR NEXT YEAR!

# of Days

16 & Over

Under 16

1

$29.16 Each

$13.67 Each

2

$47.38 Each

$20.96 Each

3

$61.05 Each

$28.25 Each

Club members are always allowed to bring guests that are not club members as passengers in their Hummer. For this event, club members will also be allowed to sponsor one guest that is not a club member that can drive a Hummer or non-Hummer 4x4 vehicle.  This driver and vehicle must remain in the same group as the sponsoring club member who will be responsible for their conduct.  This guest and vehicle must follow the same rules as club members.  Fee's for the sponsored guest and vehicle are the same as club members and can be paid at registration on Thursday evening at the hotel.  Please note, that members can sponsor only one extra driver and vehicle.



Important Notes:

  • Drivers meeting each morning in the rear parking lot of the hotel. 
  • All trucks should be fueled and prepared to leave for the trails without having to make any extra stops.
  • Be sure to pack lunch and bring plenty of water to stay hydrated. Some extra snacks and a lawn chair for sitting when we lunch on the trail would be a plus.
  • A CB or GMRS radio for communication is required – and makes the event more fun and easier.  Inform your trail leader if you do not have CB or GMRS radio.
  • Be certain that your truck is well maintained and that it is in good operational condition. Bring likely spare parts and tools if you have them.
  • Be prepared for long trail days (food, water, fuel, clothing), you never know what might happen.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
7/18/2024 - 7/20/2024
Club
 Durango 2024

                

Trail days:  September 19th through the 21st.

 

Event coordinator:  Dave Breggin, BlueHummer@earthlink.net

 

Members just can’t get enough of Durango!

 

In Durango we will be running Northern New Mexico trails like Grim Reaper and Secret! If you haven’t run either of these trails,  you have missed out on some of the best Hummer wheeling there is. Your truck will do things you didn’t know it could! If you have been on these trails, then you probably can’t wait to get to back to them and have another go!   

 

Self-guided trips are also available to some breathtaking high-alpine passes, ghost towns and historic trails near Ouray & Telluride, Colorado.  

 

Some Notable Information:

1.              Driver’s meeting each morning at the departure point (TBA). Be fueled up and have a lunch packed each trail day. Bring extra water and snacks.  Be prepared for long trail days.

2.              Trail communication:  Instead of CB Radios, we will be using FRS radios for this event.  These radios are inexpensive, have similar range and better clarity than CB, and no license is required.  (They are compatible with GMRS radios, for those that have them.)  If you do not have an FRS radio, we will loan you one for the event.

3.              Be certain that your truck is well maintained and that it is in good operational condition
Durango, CO 81301
9/19/2024 - 9/21/2024
Club
 AOAA FALL COLORS 2024

The Hummer Club, Inc. is going back to AOAA for our Fall 2024 event.  AOAA has an extensive off-road trail system located in Eastern Pennsylvania.  It has been named one of the top 10 destinations in the country for ATV’s, full-size vehicles and dirt bikes.  There are hundreds of miles of diverse trails on 8,000 acres with top notch facilities.   The park website is www.aoaatrails.com 

Note: Registration fee will be $60 per person. AOAA fees paid separately online or at the park.

The event hotel will be the Country Inn & Suites and reservations can be made by calling (570) 544-5201. We have a block of rooms for the event so when making your reservations, tell them you are with the Hummer Club. The hotel offers a complimentary breakfast. The Country Inn & Suites is located at 100 Keystone Boulevard East, Pottsville, PA 17901. 

Check in on October 9th or 10th to sign any registration forms that may be required and meet old friends.

Anyone wishing to check out the trails on Thursday meet in the hotel parking lot at 8:00am and we will head over to AOAA. The club will have three trail guides for Friday and Saturday, October 13th and 14th.  One, for the beginners group, one for the intermediate group and one for the advanced group,  we will meet in the hotel parking lot at 8:00am for a short briefing of the day’s events and then head out to the trails.  If you haven’t registered online with AOAA for your trail pass already, then Friday you will need to register at the park office and pay a $45.00 per truck fee for the two days on the trails. 

Mechanical support for the trucks will be provided by fellow club members.  Spare parts are always welcome. 

Registration fees will include a tasty Saturday evening diner, once again being provided by Bo Scandle. . All registered attendees including children, will get the event shirt. Once again, AOAA Park Fees are separate and will need to be paid upon entering the park on Friday OR ONLINE.

Some notable Information: Driver’s meeting each morning in the hotel parking lot at 8:00AM. Be fueled up and have a lunch packed each trail day before arriving at the Park. Also bring extra water and plenty of snacks. A lawn chair for lunch/dinner or the campfire.. A CB, FRS or GMRS Radio for communication is required. Be certain that your truck is well maintained and that it is in good operational condition. Common spare parts recommended. Be prepared for long trail days (meds, food, water and  a full tank of fuel), you never know what might happen.

Coal Township, PA 17866
10/11/2024 - 10/13/2024
Member
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