If you're looking for more, you can subscribe to see trail information from Colorado and Utah:
- Almost 600 trail names, descriptions, elevations, and location information
- Tracks on maps shown in street view or satellite view, with downloadable GPX tracks to use offline
- Maps of state trails so you can find trails near each other in specific areas
- Trails listed alphabetically, by county, and by forest service or recreation area
- Ratings that include the easiest path through the trail as well as the toughest one
- Information about rocks, sand, mud, water, hills, cliffs, drop-offs, playgrounds, and scenery
- Groups of trails that are near major and minor towns
We add lots of new trails each season, and Subscribers will get all of that information as we add it. Though the free photoblog's features won't change much, you can count on lots of upgrades to the paid areas of the site. This is the site you can use to plan your day trips, weekend getaways, and big vacations in Utah and Colorado. Subscriptions are $12 USD for a full year, and you choose if and when you renew. That works out to just one dollar per month.
More than Just Trails
In addition to all of the trail information, you'll also have access to the TrailDamage.com community. Robust forums let you talk to people new to the 4x4 experience as well as seasoned veterans, and TrailDamage.com Members share the forums with you. That means you can chat with Members about their trail runs, talk about favorite trails, and ask questions about how they built their vehicles. If you want to be sponsored as a TrailDamage.com Member, just Subscribe and post in that forum so we can get to know you.
We're looking to build a community that extends past our club Members. If you're looking for friends, wheeling buddies, and 4x4 chatter then subscribe for access to everything behind the scenes. Your privacy is very important to us, so you won't be seen by anyone unless they are logged in, too. We'll never sell your information or share it with anyone, but there will be vendors who are also logged in with you.
No Fine Print
No hidden charges, and no gotchas. Subscriptions are for a year from when you complete your paid registration, and you'll have access to everything for that year. When your subscription expires, TrailDamage.com will just go back to the free photoblog for you. You'll be able to access your subscription from up to five different locations (IP addresses) each month, so you'll be able to view the site on your computer, laptop, tablet, and phones without worries. Note that your one-time, one-year subscription is non-refundable. That's it.
Did your Subscription Expire?
You can still log in to see when your last subscription ran out, but you've lost access to everything else you had. But don't worry, everything you set up before is still there, including forum posts and Gallery Albums. It's important to log in first so you can renew the same account. Just subscribe for another year to pick up where you left off by following these steps:
- Log in using the account you used when you were a subscriber (let us know if you don't remember it and we'll try to find it for you).
- Visit the Membership page to find the link to renew your account.
- Make sure your name is already in the form along with your username.
- Subscribe for another year.
Are you a Vendor?
We'd love to hear more about your products for 4x4 vehicles, or products that make wheeling easier, safer, and more fun. Just sign up as a Subscriber using the buttons on this page and post in the Forum in the Vendor Connection section. You'll be able to interact with Members and Subscribers, answer questions, and offer coupons.
Already a TrailDamage.com Member?
If you've gone on a trail run with TrailDamage.com in the past and you haven't been removed from the group then you already have access to this site. Just log in to see trail information, participate in Member forums, and see what trail runs are coming up next.