Loon Lake Devils Peak - Part 4 "The Rubicon To Bestowing The Devil"

Loon Lake Devils Peak - Part 4 "The Rubicon To Bestowing The Devil"

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The Rubicon Trail each year is visited by offroad extremist worldwide. In ancient times it was a trading route for the Miwok, Washo and Maidu tribes who settled in the basin to hunt, fish and gather. The trail eventually was used as a stage route which led from Georgetown to the Tahoma in Lake Tahoe. We were happy to be journeying along this historic route and along the way we made many friends with jeepers like ourselves. The Rubicon is full of challenges such as massive boulders, granite shelves, pools of water and rugged terrain which travels over 20 miles in the Crystal Basin back country. Offroaders have been adventuring on this trail since WWII however the first automobile physically took on this trail in 1908 from then on it became a Mecca for outdoor enthusiast whether it was by vehicle or on foot. Our goal was to take the Rubicon on foot till we stood in front of Devils Peak more or less an extinct volcano with no trails other then the will to climb along its rugged cliffs.

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