Jp Dirt ‘N Drive is back! Las Vegas to Moab with 100 Jeeps!Posted in Features on October 6, 2016 0) (
That’s right, Jp Dirt ‘N Drive is on for 2017! If you missed it last year, Jp Dirt N’ Drive is a 4x4 event like no other. It was a huge success with all the participants overwhelmingly wanting to do it again, and this year we’ll again limit it to 100 vehicles. Strictly limited to Jeeps of course, the staff at Jp magazine will lead you on a three-day overland trip from Las Vegas, Nevada to Moab Utah, just in time for the Red Rock 4-Wheelers Easter Jeep Safari held April 8-16 2017. Last year we had 75 registered Jeeps of all variety’s take on a two-day trip to travel the same basic route, with plenty of wheeling, highway, and dirt roads along the way. This year we plan to go the same direction, but have a few different routes to travel. We’ll also be expanding the event to a three-day drive, after the check-in day, so we don’t beat ourselves up trying to rush through the trip.
While we are in the planning stages, we thought that maybe our readership would have some thoughts about routes and planning, as well as where to stay and what to do! While we have some limitations due to the size of our group, we know from experience that we can still deliver the dynamite event we are known for, and one that you’ll be coming back for again and again. Simply drop us a line at email@example.com with DND ideas in the subject line. If you send us a good idea, we’ll make sure you get a Jp license plate and sticker for your Jeep. In fact, the single best idea we select will be rewarded by us waiving your $100 registration fee if you decide to go on the event! Of course that offer goes to the first one that responds with the best idea, and our decision is final. We’re Jeepers at heart, so you can rest assured you’ll be taken care of.
So fire up your laptop and start sending us your thoughts about Jp Dirt ‘N Drive. Registration for the next event will commence just after the first of the year, and final dates, accommodations, and routes will be finalized shortly thereafter. You don’t have to have a tricked out Jeep, as anything from a stock Wrangler to a flattie will be able to negotiate many of the routes. We do have some optional difficult obstacles and trails planned, even with some that may allow spectators to enjoy along the way. Make sure to check out the Jp website www.jpmagazine.com on the Four Wheeler Network, and also our Facebook page for updates at www.facebook.com/jpmag/ where we will even be doing live broadcasts with Facebook Live!