It's Contagious, And There's Only One Antidote
In our dusty, rock-infested, low-range world one word can speak volumes. Like the word "Moab." Utter it to a wheeler, and there's a good chance that you'll see their eyes glaze over as their mind involuntarily lurches into a slickrock-infested mental slideshow.
When most think of Moab, most think of the Easter Jeep Safari hosted by the Red Rock 4-Wheelers. Born from humble roots as a Moab Chamber of Commerce event back in 1967, it has grown to a massive nine-day-long event that draws 'wheelers from all over North America. Wheelers swoop in to the Moab area and fill campgrounds, recreation areas, motels, hotels, condos, and rental homes. They fill their days by exploring trails like Steel Bender, Hell's Revenge, and Pritchett Canyon, and they fill their nights by wrenching on their rigs or hanging out at the Moab Diner and the Moab Brewery.
Like tens of thousands of you, we loaded our rigs and pointed them to Moab for a week of adventure. Naturally, an event of this caliber deserves some major coverage, so we've dedicated nine pages to the Moab mania. In addition to this story, each member of the Four Wheeler staff has weighed in with a favorite Moab trail. What you'll find is a radically diverse collection of trails and we'll provide you with gobs of details and why we think these trails rock. As a bonus, you'll also read about the other, less known side of Moab-the snowy side.