this is the mulligan trail of marquette county. the initial obstacle is the river crossing (bottom pic) and it always includes about an hour of modifying a beaver dam to drop the water level 1 to 2 feet. without doing this you would need a boat.
above is nato wheelin it thru a long water section. the open diffed short box on 33's barely crawled out of this washout.
below is an unnamed obstacle that provided us with quite a challenge. you can't really see all the sharp rocks and huge logs strewn about...
nato navigating thru this nasty section, minutes before he punctured his rt front tire. a quick trail repair and we were on our way.
this is the mulligan creek crossing. the first thing that greets you on this awesome trail. it was roughly 3.5-4 feet deep after dropping the water level about a foot. nato's truck has a 6" lift and 33's somewhere under there.
note: the hood is open because we hung our air boxes up on the hood- they would have been below water level if left in their stock possitions. next time i will remove my belt too, so the fan doesn't blow water all over.