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I downloaded the Nat Geo Trail maps for the Black Hills on Avenza. We are planning a four or five day trip with the family and tent camping in the d

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I downloaded the Nat Geo Trail maps for the Black Hills on Avenza. We are planning a four or five day trip with the family and tent camping in the dispersed camping areas while on the trails.

My question is what is the rough difficulty difference between high clearance road, driveable trail/rock crawling, and OHV? Something along the lines of a lift recommendation or tire size.

For context I have a 2021 gladiator rubicon with a 2.5” lift and 37 MTs. It’s not a great rock crawler but it gets around. I’d rather not fight high centering constantly or dragging my rear skid. We would rather get out and hike a bit if it came to that. We will be solo as well but will have winch and assorted recovery gear.

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