RawHyde Presents

Adventure Days for Sportsmobile owners

Sportsmobile Owners...
Welcome to Adventure Days 2019!

Sportsmobile Logo

RawHyde is delighted to be working with Sportsmobile to host this year’s Adventure Days!

All you sportsmobile owners will find this to be a really fun and enjoyable experience that has six elements to it.

1. It’s a great chance to “hang out” with fellow owners and enjoy the camaraderie that can only come from being with “like minded” folks.

2. Its also an educational event” where classes and clinics on a wide variety of topics on everything from tire repair on the trail to winching and navigation.

Click here for a list of classes relevant to Overlanding.

3. AND it’s a great chance to actually use your machine for the purpose it was built, because RawHyde is all about “exploring” and really getting out there and using your vehicles! We’ll be providing you with a set of GPS tracks and maps to let you explore some of the incredible places near the rally site. (if you don’t feel confident using a GPS don’t worry, we will have classes on the topic)

4. You will also have a chance to drive our “work in progress” overland training zone. This is a 1 mile long “track” with sand, moguls, logs to cross over and other “interesting obstacles.

5. Sportsmobile will be bringing down a few of their newest toys for you to inspect and dream about!

6. AND back by popular demand – the Sportsmobile driving competition. Click here to see the video. Test your skills against other sportsmobile owners?

Class List

Adventure Days 2019 – Exploration opportunities for Sportsmobile Owners.

1.Randsburg Ghost Town

A dirt road drive to the old mining/ghost town at Randsburg via the Randsburg/ Mojave road - very easy – all Sportsmobiles can make it! Return to camp via the 20 muleteam road – (abandoned asphault road)

Click here to learn more.

2.The historic X-15 crash site.

An “add on” to drive #1 is a visit to the X-15 crash site. A bit of local history as America tried to figure out how to break the speed of sound!

http://aircraftwrecks.com/monuments/x15.htm It’s a cool monument with an explanatory board that tells the whole story of how the crash occurred. Difficulty level “easy”

Click here to learn more.

3. The abandoned prison.

. Visit the old federal prison camp near Kramer Junction. This is a cool old prison that is “open” and abandoned. You can rummage through the buildings…there are still filing cabinets full of papers and lots of reminders of what the place used to be. There are two ways to get there –

a. first is by driving “cross country” through the open OHV area which is mostly flat but the bushes will be scrubbing the sides of the vehicle.. it has lots of “moguls and sand” but is a fairly simple drive. The Fords will have no issue, and Sprinter drivers will have to be a little more careful.

b. The second route is all paved and entails driving to Kramer Junction, and the prison is only a couple of miles from the junction. Click the link to learn more.

Click here to learn more.

4. Burro Schmidts Tunnel

The only mineshaft in the region that has not been closed for safety reasons. One man singlehandedly dug a half mile long tunnel straight through a mountain due to an odd obsession. There is an easy way in … and a difficult way in. The difficult way would be for the Fords only… Sprinters can go the easy way! Take a look at the article attached to this link – it’s a good read and the tunnel is worth the drive and subsequent “walk” to go through it and take in the incredible view from the other side!

Click here to learn more.

5. The Trona Pinnacles

- The Trona Pinnacles are simply “magical” See the image below. It would be possible to “Add” this to drive 1 or 2… but most people need a few hours to properly digest the pinnacles. A visit to the Pinnacle will require about an hour and a half drive from our encampment but its totally worth it ! Its an otherworldly landscape that has been used in many science fiction movies to illustrate the surface of Mars or the moon or….

Click here to learn more.


$389 (single person)

$500 (two per vehicle)


Adventure Days by RawHyde Adventures
Adventure Days by RawHyde Adventures
Adventure Days by RawHyde Adventures