We are new to the travel trailer world but not new the out doors. We are avid back country campers and have been so for decades. Two small children in the family has brought us into the market for a light weight
travel trailer that will allow us to continue on with our love of the out doors until the kids are big enough to carry a back country pack. We are blessed to live in the wild east Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada where the wilderness is vast and the fly fishing is spectacular. I'm interested in any input form folks who are more knowledgeable than I when it comes to these light weight
trailers. I would like:
-something with two beds to sleep four people.
-A strong frame for logging roads and trail use.
-Ground clearance for those same roads.
I have a solid skill when it comes to fabricating, welding and carpentry so I could modify the frame and raise the ground clearance if need be. I'm looking around the 17' Bigfoot
line(or Boler!) right now.
Am I off base with this model? It will towed into the back country with my Toyota Land Cruiser?
Thanks in advance