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  • Off-road overland adventures are more popular than ever. It can be great fun to take your vehicle off the beaten track and get a complete off-road experience. However, if you’re planning on heading out this spring, it’s important to make sure that you’re ready for this type of adventure. There’s a lot of checks and important steps that you should be taking before you decide to go. Here are some of our key suggestions to guarantee that you are ready for a fantastic off-road experience this season. 

  • You’ve been indoors for a while now and feel that you need to spend some time outdoors or you’ll completely lose it. You crave adventure and the thrill of exploring new terrain. Or maybe you just want to fill your calendar with four-wheeled events that get your adrenaline going.

  • We all agree there’s no better way to spend your free time than discovering some new trail outside the popular ones or some hidden spot to camp or fish at. The challenge usually lies in getting to these spots in the first place. Sure these days we have multiple devices with GPS and other features that help us navigate but something’s always missing. Either the screen is too small, they require Wi-Fi when you know you won’t be anywhere with a cell phone signal, or they have low battery life. What’s an off-roader to do?

  • The Golden Spike, Where Eagles Dare trail variation adds the Where Eagles Dare loop to a popular off road trail. This extension takes you high into the desert bowl of the Navajo sandstone to catch a glimpse of the railroad below and the stunning vistas in all directions. The course is demanding and requires a vehicle that is mechanically sound along with an experienced driver. 

  • If you're new to off road trailing then the LaSal trail pass is an excellent way to get started and sample some of the incredible Colorado vistas at the same time. While more experienced off-roaders might want to check out the Golden Spike: Where Eagles Dare trail for a thrill ride, the LaSal pass gives you a relaxing if not gentle way if exploring the same landscape. 

  • If you're looking for an off road trail that combines challenging terrain with stunning vista views then the Poison Spider Mesa trail is the one for you. You will need a suitable vehicle for this trail, one that is mechanically sound. You will also require some experience since the trail is rated a grade 7 trail. However, the Poison Spider Mesa trail really does deliver and is further enhanced by the spectacular Where Eagles Dare extension.

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    Tuesday, March 30th - Thursday, April 1st | 9am-5pm | During Easter Jeep Safari 

  • Honestly, the best thing about off-roading in Moab is the variety. Whether you want to take time and enjoy the stunning scenery, or you’re after a hardcore trail that’ll put you and your machine to the test; Moab has got the one for you. 

  • The holidays may be over but that doesn’t mean we can’t gift off-roaders in our lives. After all, who doesn’t love receiving gifts? Plus they are more special when they’re unexpected.

    Whether you’re shopping for a newbie to ensure they can navigate their way around out on the trails or for an off-roader with decades of experience under their belt, our list of affordable gifts has something for everyone. Even better, you don’t have to break the bank or hurt your wallet to get these gifts.

  • The Top of the World Trail is a 30.4km back trail located near Moab, Utah. It's moderately trafficked out and offers spectacular, scenic views to all who get to the top. It's called the Top of the World because of the sheer height and breathtaking view from the top, and this back trail is rated as a difficult one! Mostly used for hiking and biking, off road drivers will love taking this trail due to its accessibility and adventure.

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