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About the club
Black Hills Jeeps was started by 6 friends in the fall of 2003 that all had a common love for the outdoors, the Black Hills and Jeeps. This interest was the basis for the Black Hills XJ’s. We soon found, there was a lot of interest for an all Jeep club, this is the reason we started Black Hills Jeeps and we incorporated in February of 2004. Our mission is to promote 4 wheeling as a fun family recreation. To keep the Black Hills trails and all trails we use cleaner than we found them. To offer the Black Hills Jeeps services to the NFS if asked, to help them for whatever task whenever they ask. To offer the Black Hills Jeeps services to any emergency management services, or any clubs in the Black Hills or surrounding areas when ever they call upon us for any need to teach and educate all who want to learn to 4-wheel and the fun that can be had. Click HERE to get a membership application. New members must attend 2 club meetings and participate in at least 1 club run to be eligible.
President: Casey Chilstrom
Vice President: Ty Brown
Secretary: Deb Berg
Treasurer: Deb Chilstrom
BLACK HILLS JEEPS USES THE NATIONAL TRAIL RATING SYSTEM ON ALL TRAILS IN THE BLACK HILLS AREA.
We have all types of trails in the Black Hills. Trails do change overtime and due to winter weather, please check winter weather conditions in the Black Hills. Some trails are not for wheeled vehicles in the winter time due to the snowmobile trail system, Dec 15 to April 15 of the following year. Please pack out what you pack in, we are very proud of our Black Hills and we would like to keep them clean!
Passable by stock and 2WD vehicles, improved dirt, gravel etc.
Scenic, touring trail ride; four wheel drive required occasionally, some mud holes or rocks that would stop most other vehicles are traveled easily in 4WD.
For novice and experienced drivers alike; Listed on the Black Hills Forest trail map as unimproved or 4wd, the most fun four wheeling you can expect to have in a stock four wheeler; low range may be required often; vehicle damage is a possibility.
4 to 4+
Not advisable for novice drivers; potentially dangerous situations; maximum ground clearance, lowest gears, and minimum tire size of 33 inches required; lockers, limited slips, winches, and jacks advised due to moderate to large rocks and obstacles, vehicle damage is likely. Full size vehicles limited to specific trails at this rating.
5 to 5+
For the hard core experienced driver; extremely dangerous situations; maximum ground clearance, lowest gears, minimum tire size of 33 inches, two lockers, and winch are required. Full size vehicles limited to specific trails at this rating. jacks and winches indispensable due to large boulders, steep inclines; vehicle damage assured. Full size vehicles limited to specific trails at this rating.