2018 Easter Jeep Safari: Trail Report, Kane Creek With Cummins #EJS2018Posted in Moab Experience: 2018 on March 29, 2018
Kane Creek is one of our favorite trails in Moab. It’s a little ways outside town (up Kane Creek Road), and while it lacks a ton of slickrock driving, it does have sand, rocks, mud, water, and (like every trail in Moab) a ton of scenery. It’s a great trail, but it can get busy during Easter Jeep Safari, so please be patient. If you get stuck in traffic, enjoy the scenery, help out, visit with friends, but don’t be a shmuck. You should realize that it doesn’t belong to only you; we all own the land, and we all get to enjoy it at our own pace.
On day five of the 2018 Easter Jeep Safari we hit the trail with a few friends from Cummins, Dirt Every Day, Bruiser Conversions, Big Tire Garage, and more. At least part of the plan for the trail ride was to have a Moab based reunion of Cummins R2.8-powered rigs on the trail. Our trail rig for the day was none other than our very own UA CJ6D, but also along for the ride was Fred William’s R2.8L-powered Tube Sock TJ, Offroad Diesel Power Products R2.8L-powered JK (known as Stretch), two Cummins-owned R2.8L-powered rigs; a Land Rover Discovery, and a TJ, and at least one (or was it two?) beautiful Bruiser Conversion Jeeps also powered by the R2.8. The trail was an absolute blast as it always is. Check out the gallery of images from the trail!