Easter Jeep Safari 2015: Stalking Moab RimPosted in Moab Experience: 2015 on March 29, 2015
Today, we hung out on one of our favorite trails at the Easter Jeep Safari- the Moab Rim Trail. This trail is in close proximity to the town of Moab, and its name is in reference to the cliff rim seen just southwest of town. The trail wastes no time in getting with the program. Once entering the trail it begins an immediate uphill climb and starts throwing obstacles at you. As a matter of fact, it is said that the first mile has the highest density of obstacles of many of the trails in the Moab area. There are two major obstacles: “Devil’s Crack” and the “Z Turn.” The Devil’s Crack is especially noteworthy because of its location that’s high above the Colorado River. Helpful hint: The Devil’s Crack is within walking distance of the parking lot, so if you don’t have a 4x4 or just don’t want to drive the Moab Rim Trail, you can probably hike to it.
Yesterday we stalked Main Street and today we utilized our stalking skills on the Moab Rim Trail. We hung out at obstacles, where we photographed and recorded video of some of the goings-on. As it turned out, there was a manufacturer run going on today, but there was also a fair amount of general traffic.
Here are a few photos taken on the Moab Rim Trail from today at the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari.