Saturday, August 20th, 2016

Markleeville, CA

Registration & Main Camp are located 25 miles south of So. Lake Tahoe,CA. Near
Markleeville, at junction of Hwy 4 & Wolf Creek Rd. On the east fork of the Carson
River. Enjoy beautiful Toiyabe National Forest, in the heart of the Sierras, with free
dry camping.

The Run

This is a guided,slow moving 4-wheel drive trip over designated Forest Service roads,
with BBQ and raffle afterwards. Limited to properly equipped vehicles. Minimum 31"
tire size, 33" or larger recommended. Full size trucks are not recommended!

We are hopeful that Deer Valley will be open and available for this years trip.

The Hi-Lo's regret to inform you that we will have to cancel the Gambler’s Poker Run scheduled to take place Saturday August 15th, 2015.  Due to the Washington fire that burned almost 18000 acres directly surrounding our main camp area and our proposed trails.  The main camp only sustained minor fire damage and we had been hopeful with the possible opening of Deer Valley Trail that we would still be able to hold the Poker Run as planned.  This past Sunday we visited several possible trails, all which were closed or severely burned.  With Deer Valley posted as closed until summer of 2016 we have decided to cancel this year’s run.  In the next few weeks we hope to plan a day run for the club and will make sure to invite you.  If you have registered you have been sent a private message with more information regarding refunds etc.

Event Schedule

Poker Hand Prizes

Raffle Items

We give away cash prizes for winning poker hands.  Poker hands announced during raffle.

Event Registration $60

  Registration is limited so sign up today.

*Continental Breakfast - Sat. & Sun. Morning (For registered driver and one passenger)

*One Poker Hand  *One Dash Plaque  *One Raffle Ticket

* Prospective Membership to the Lake Tahoe Hi Lo's   

Registration will open in January

All vehicles must pass a safety inspection at check-in.  Vehicles failing safety inspection will not be able to continue the run.  It is your responsibility to read and understand the trip rules.