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Submit a Web Link

All Registered Users can submit web links, and there is no limit on the number that a User can submit. Doing so is very simple, and we encourage you to submit your favorite links so others can benefit from them.

To submit a web link:

  1. Click the Submit a Web Link link in the left navigation, under Articles and Pictures.
  2. This will bring up a simple form which requires some basic information:
    1. The Name you would like the web link to have.
    2. The url of the link.
    3. A short description of the web link. We suggest one or two sentences for the description.

We've broken our web links down into four sections. If you don't assign yours to the proper section, don't worry - an Editor or Administrator will move it.

The sections include:

  1. 4WD, 4x4, Off-road Clubs: regardless of vehicle make, location, or Club activities, all Club information belongs here.
  2. Shops and Vendors: from the one-man fabricator to global distributors of 4x4, 4WD, and off-road products, all Shops and Vendor links should be in this section.
  3. Personal 4WD Sites: If you have your own website dedicated to your rig or your trailrides; or if you know of a cool personal site, post it up in this section.
  4. Other 4WD and Offroad Sites: there are numerous 4x4, 4WD, and offroad sites on the internet, so feel free to post up links to those sites as well.
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Trip and Trail report guidelines

Please review the following guidelines for what content we're looking for in our Trip and Trail Reports.

Our trail reports usually consist of two types of articles: Trip Reports, which describe a journey, and Trail (or area) Descriptions, which provide specific information about a specific trail or location. Both types of articles are welcome. However, every Trip Report should also be a Trail Description.

All Trail Descriptions should have at least these facts:

  • Your name
  • The state and area (mountain range, national forest, etc)
  • Name of the trail
  • Directions to the starting point from the nearest city
  • Where the trail goes
  • Phone number and address of the nearest Ranger Station, BLM office, etc. as appropriate.

Your report should start with the following summary:


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