The 24 Hell & Back Trail Challenge is an exclusive, invite-only 24 hour off-road adventure.
A true challenge for man and machine under the toughest conditions mother nature can present.
A small, hand selected group of skilled off-roaders take on 24 hours of non stop trail riding on the hardest trails in the United States!
Welcome to the Abusement Park!
In this video we’re going to show you what it takes to finish Worlds Toughest Trail Ride – the 24 Hell & Back Trail Challenge. We are introducing (almost) all drivers, their vehicles (Jeeps, Trucks, Toyotas, Rock Crawlers, Rock Bouncers & Ultra4 Cars) their gear, supplies and strategy.
📍 Field and Forest Recreation Area – Harrisville, New Hampshire
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12 vehicles, 12 trails, 24hours ⛰⏱☠️
24 Hour Hell and Back Trail Challenge is the ultimate test of endurance for both man and machine. Watch Parts 1 & 2 now below.
An “off-road Ironman” – consisting of hardcore 4wheeling, team work, camaraderie and adventure.
Participants were chosen from Florida, New York, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, and from other states across the nation to meet at Hollerwood Off-Road Park located in Stanton, Kentucky also known as Slade.
Every driver received a Flex, Rocks & Rollovers / 24 Hell and Back branded Rockwelll Watch with a timer that was pre-set to 24 hours that could not be stopped until the event was finished.
No man’s land overlook
Little widow maker
The first half of the day was set up to ward off anyone who was prepared to make it through the second half of the event. Cable Hill and Hairpin took out two participants with broken axle shafts and bent tie rods.
The second half of the day pitted participants against themselves with double diamond obstacles, long and scenic rides through the valleys forcing them to stay awake until the next obstacle started. River crossing and nighttime exploration in a rock cave on the side of a mountain.
When nightfall finally set in, participants entered the hardest part of the challenge fighting off fatigue from the earlier part of the day.
By initial sunrise the next morning, you could feel that participants had initially underestimated the challenge. Passengers who were not driving were found sleeping in passenger sections of some vehicles. Others decided to quit the challenge or resting back at the trailhead.
Capping the event off with a frantic ride to the top of a mountain to watch the sunrise and relax for a moment before we ended the 24 hours with climbing “lower staircase” – a very technical obstacle – especially after 23 hours of wheeling!