The Can-Am roll and the ATV roll were definitely testosterone fueled. One passenger challenged the Can-Am driver to do a donut. The ATV rider was certainly attempting something that was beyond the capability of him and his ATV. The jeep rollover, however, was fueled by estrogen. There were two young ladies in the Rubicon. They were on wildcat mountain and missed their line and started rolling down the mountain until a tree stopped their roll. The jeep was parked about 100 yards from our bunkhouse. I am still wearing an orthopedic boot and I could not walk over and see it up close. The rest of your crew saw it up close and talked to the guys that were loading up the jeep. The women were apparently not hurt. One person commented that the only thing that was salvageable from the jeep was the spare tire.
I want to restate that Hidden Falls is a terrific place. I was thoroughly impressed by the variety of terrain. There is something there for all skill levels. The only complaint that I had was the trail signs. Some of them were missing and some had fallen. By the looks of the signs, they had been fallen for quite some time. I would recommend that people stay off the 4x4 trails that are marked as two way. We turned into one category 2 trail that was marked as two way. It was in a creek bottom down the side of the mountain. That was the toughest category 2 trail that I have ever ridden. We were about 300 yards down the trail when we met 8 jeeps coming the other direction. The creek bottom was barely wider than the jeeps and it is supposed to be a two way trail. I was riding the Ace, Greybeard and One-Shot were on RZRs. We managed to get turned around and I thought that with the extra length of the RZRs over the Ace that both of them would turn over. We followed the jeeps out and stayed off the two way 4x4 trails. There was one trail named wet and wild that we were planning to try and the jeep drivers said it was the same way. It is marked two way and is definitely not.