There is a spot some people have been getting stuck at when they're off-roading in El Paso lately.

Now some hardcore off-roading fanatics absolutely love to off-road when after El Paso gets pounded with rain.

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If you're thinking that is the worst time to off-road it is actually the best time. I won't forget the year a friend of mine took me off-roading when it had been drizzling and was the best off-roading experience I could have asked for.

If you've gone when it has rained you know just how dirty it can get on that bumpy adventure. I won't forget how muddy I got after enjoying a trailing adventure and helping another group of friends out of the mud.

You can refer to a picture of my legs and the dried mud on my jeans featured above. But that wasn't all.

It was also on the back of my legs and also on my ankles.

Well, Tiger Eye happens to be a popular spot for Northeast residents to go trailing and off-roading. But apparently, Tiger Eye is a spot that can trap off-road enthusiasts, just as it did yesterday.

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Yesterday some people were enjoying the off-roading scene until the off-roading scene put a stop to the fun. About 10 people got stuck at Tiger Eye, which is off Dyer in the Northeast.

A helpful Facebook group that helps out in situations like that is called Dirt Alert El Paso. Rashad Pierce who is a helpful member of the group shared some pictures he took on one of his adventures at Tiger Eye.

via Rashad Pierce
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As you will see some rides are just parked while some people are just standing in the water.

It gets pretty nasty at Tiger Eye but glad the ten people stranded made it all out okay.

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