Easter Jeep Safari is About More Than Just Jeeps
While there are many other weeks of the year, the week before Easter seems to be the hottest one for 4x4s in Moab, Utah. During this time, a good portion of the off-road industry sweeps into Moab for a week of trail riding, trade shows, and terrific times in unbelievable scenery and terrain. While the week before Easter was initially founded as the annual Easter Jeep Safari (EJS), it has become an event that has drawn four-wheel-drive vehicles of all kinds. Unfortunately, with the advent of bigger and more capable open-top Jeeps, OFF-ROAD and Four Wheeler magazines noticed a definite decline in the amount of fullsize rigs tackling the Moab trails during EJS. While we respect that this was founded as a Jeep event, we wanted to see a few more fullsizes invading Moab during that time. Thus, the Fullsize Invasion was born. The idea is to bring your fullsize to Moab during the EJS. On one or two days, we fullsize guys get together and go run some trails, making spectacles of ourselves. This year, we were fortunate to have Stephen Watson of Offroad Design (fullsize parts galore) leading the pack once again.
Can anyone come? Yes, even non-fullsize trucks. Will we give you free stuff? Maybe. Is it fun? Guaranteed.
We'll see you in Moab next year.