The 2020 Jeep Jamboree in Death Valley National Park, California, is an offroading festival that offers a range of trail outings for offroading enthusiasts.
Here’s what the organizers have to say about the jamboree:
“Join our team of expert guides as we explore Death Valley. This Signature trip will find us visiting points of interest such as Cerro Gordo, Titus Canyon, Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, Badwater Basin and Harmony Borax Works. We will also have the opportunity to put our Jeeps into 4 LO and travel across some of the back roads of this iconic area. At -282 feet below sea level, Badwater Basin is recognized as the lowest point in North America.”
“This is contrasted by Mount Whitney 85 miles to the west with an elevation of 14,505 feet and recognized as the highest point of elevation in the contiguous U.S. Registration for the Death Valley Exploration trip includes 3 nights lodging, 6 meals, a welcome reception and entry fee into the Death Valley National Park. Space is limited to 20 participant Jeeps. Sign up early, this one will fill up quickly”
Visit the Jeep Jamborees website for more information on how they are handling COVID-19.