2022 Four Wheeler Overland Adventure Presented by Jeep: Part 4


Overland Adventure participants trek through dirt from Goffs, California to a spectacular camp just outside Twentynine Palms, then through Joshua Tree National Park to the General George S. Patton Memorial Museum. From there, the group camped in a secluded spot south of the park, ready for the next day’s adventures. Catch up with your waking participants outside Vidal Junction and gear up for the final day of your Overland adventure. Drive through the most remote areas of your journey in the town of Goffs, California.

What is Overland Adventure?

Overland Adventure Presented by Jeep began by searching for participants on an epic four-day, three-night expedition through the awe-inspiring Mojave Desert. Applications are accepted for two weeks, and anyone who drives a 4×4, Four-wheeler team. From an overwhelming number of submissions, 12 vehicles were invited to participate in his 2022 Overland Adventure. Representatives from Jeep, American Adventure Lab, Bubba Rope, Falken Tire, Midland Radio, onX Offroad, Radflo Suspension Technology and Warn Industries were in attendance. Not only have these amazing companies sponsored the 2022 Overland Adventures, they have brought their own 4x4s that are fully equipped for overland travel.

Adam Shallow’s Jeep Cherokee runs the first few miles of dirt after beating camp.

Overland Adventure participants were unprepared for battle on the North African front, but the terrain covered during the expedition provided a glimpse of some of what soldiers trained in the desert faced many years ago. let me At the helm of the 2022 Overland Adventure was Sean P. Holman, his Director of Content for MotorTrend’s Truck & Off-Road Group, host of his Truck Show podcast, and desert historian extraordinaire . Sean’s dedication to all things 4×4, his knowledge of local history and his stellar leadership on the trails (and Midland on his radio transmission) have been an integral part of his adventures in Overland.

Phil and Megan Cooper cruising the desert in a 1999 Ford F-350.

Exiting Vidal Junction, a long, straight dirt road ran parallel to one of Mojave’s many dry lakebeds. Vehicles rolled out in the dust, and attendees had spectacular views of the nearby mountains.

Testers drive through the Mojave in this epic 2001 Isuzu VehiCross.

In contrast to the morning trail, in the afternoon, participants waded through tight granite boulders and in and out of a desert wash. Speeds were rarely above crawl here, as the rig showcased suspension articulation across rough terrain. Passengers kept their eyes on the rocky hillsides for birds of prey and bighorn sheep.

Mike Vissel represented Midland with a Jeep Gladiator.

As the sun approached the horizon, the procession twisted a network of narrow washes with tattered shrubs reaching inward, as if shaking hands with drivers through an open window. It didn’t take long for the convoy to approach the town of Goffs. Participants were welcomed to rejoin the celebratory dinner before farewell.

Jason Riggs and the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with Ecodiesel.

From the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4xe and Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe to the Jeep Gladiator Mojave, Jeep vehicles have made Overland Adventure a reality. Each of these vehicles demonstrated unprecedented capabilities while covering hundreds of miles of rugged off-road terrain.

Kelsey Dockham’s fully equipped Jeep Gladiator at camp on the morning of Day 4.
OnX Offroad’s Andy and Lance pilot their Jeep Gladiator through the Mojave Desert. Peeking into the Gladiator pop-up tent from GoFast Campers
American Adventure Lab’s Britt Mansell pilots the Wrangler 392 through one of Overland Adventure’s final sandpits.
Marco Hernandez (search @OVRLNDX to find his social) brings everything you need to transform your backcountry campground into a gourmet dining experience. His Jeep with Patriot camper trailer His Wrangler Unlimited 392 has plenty of power to pull everything.
Jeep Gladiator Brand Manager Tyler Huber showcased the strengths of the Jeep Gladiator EcoDiesel Farout Concept on the trails of Overland Adventure.
Blair Anglin’s Jeep Wrangler Unlimited cruises the dry lake bed deep in the Mojave Desert.
Colin Visage’s Range Rover has conquered remote backcountry sandy trails.
Bob Evans pilots the FJ62 among the massive granite boulders that characterize this part of the Mojave.
Roy Wallace’s Jeep M-677 was perfect for the trails of Overland Adventure.
Falken tires ruled the desert with Overland Adventure, and the company’s Wild Peak R/T made its unofficial dirt debut.
Chad Keller enjoyed endless views of the horizon of pristine Mojave vegetation, geology and jagged rocks through the glass of his Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
Brad Parker’s sportsmobile is often used as a backcountry base camp where he and his friends are chasing winter storms. was easily conquered.
Mike Shaffer’s Tacoma barely noticed bumps in the trail thanks to its long-travel suspension.
Nick and Vicki Savatgy represented Bubba Gear in a spectacular and capable Nissan van 4×4 mod. Follow their socials (@rogueoverland) to see more of their adventures.
Warn Industries’ Andy Lilienthal shows how his 1992 JDM Mitsubishi Pajero and Dinoot trailers make epic camps in low-angle sunlight.
Lindsey and Doug Hyland travel the hinterland in style with Scout. Find out more about their travels on Instagram @the.girl.scout.
These jeeps were a great way to navigate the harsh terrain of the Mojave Desert.

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