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    Seeing as your thread is locked I'll answer you here. As far as difficulty goes, for the experienced, Serendipity is an easy drive. For a newbie in a Tucson it will be a nice challenge, without any serious risks. If guided proper he won't have a problem.
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    Thanks for that. wiould the Tucson make the echo mountain camp?

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    It depends on the driver. Some new guys will get in his vehicle and WALK that trail without any problems what-so-ever. Other's won't make it, not because his vehicle can't, but because the driver is not ready for it. His willingness to go try is a good start
    Sakkie Coetzee

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    Agree and support Sakkie fully on this
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    Agree fully on this, when I were at serendipity there was a 4x2 Colt that tried but gave up, so 4x4 is a must, but if look at what you doing and following the correct lines you will make it with no problem at all.

    Very nice weekend I enjoyed it thoroughly! Will do it again no problem!
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    Hi guys, back from Serendipity. The tucson did quite well. Had a slight ground clearance problem and got stuck on 1 or 2 obstacles but a little push sorted her out. Did very well on the water crossings. Agree with u all a great weekend. Thanks for the advise

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    Fantastic. Glad you guys enjoyed it.
    Sakkie Coetzee

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