Eastern Sierra Backcountry - Buttermilk Trail

We packed our #SuperPacific #switchback truck camper and made our way up the 395 to explore the Buttermilk Trail with some friends. There is nothing like exploring a new area and seeing the beauty of the backcountry. The trail consisted of washboard roads, rocks, and some mud. The terrain changed from dry desert, to shaded woods, and the views were incredible as we climbed in elevation. We even ran into some friendly locals along the trail. Although we never share exact coordinates, remember that part of being an overlander and explorer is planning out your expedition and discovering these locations. It is one of the most intriguing things that we love about adventure. Also, there is a responsibility to the land, we all need to do our part to keep the wild...wild!

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We are a husband-and-wife adventure team, dedicated to hitting the OPN RD. in our Toyota Tacoma and 4Runner and exploring this beautiful land we live in. We share a passion for travel and all things exploring. We strongly believe that exploring elevates life experiences and connects people everywhere and are dedicated to supporting and assisting our fellow adventurers along the way. Join us on the Open Road as we travel anywhere and everywhere - Adventure Awaits, Let's Go!

Temecula, CA

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