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Sponsor Update

We are currently working on the 2017 Sponsor page, we also need each Company Logo and Sponsor Packet (located on Sponsor Page) sent to goneMOAB@gmail.com as soon as possible. The sooner the better! 2016 Sponsors have been moved to Archived page and links removed to not take away from our 2017 Sponsors. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Bill Eirish or send an email to the goneMOAB@gmail.com Thank you to our 2016 Sponsors!

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Website updated

As you can see the new design is now online for 2017! We are excited to bring you some new features that will soon be coming available over the next few weeks. Along with more pictures from past years (yes including the 2016 event!). Registration for the 2017 event will open December 15th at Midnight, for the first time registration will be available directly from our website and will redirect you to the Eventbrite site to finalize. Sponsors, for the first time we will now have a “Past Sponsors” section. We will be taking our 2016 sponsors graying out theContinue reading

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Rusty Nail

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. This trip is designed for the hard core four wheeler that wants to tackle one of the Moab area’s famous tough trail segments. The Rusty Nail segment is combined with a couple of the Golden Spike Trail’s obstacles and the Gold Bar Rim Trail to complete a loop. The Rusty Nail section adds some rather unforgiving climbs and a hairy sidehill section to getContinue reading

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Tusher Tunnel

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. This is a short trail, but a fun trip. It’s a 5 mile jaunt out to the tunnel and then a short hike to get to it. Approximate mileages: 38 miles overall, 10 off highway. Scenery: The highlight of the trail is the tunnel itself. To get to the tunnel, there is a short, but steep hike. Obstacles: This trail is mostly a dirtContinue reading

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Gold Bar Rim

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. Gold Bar Rim is a cliff rim that stands about 1200 feet above Highway 191’s path in Moab Canyon. Because the rocks behind the cliff slope downward to the southwest, the rim has a 360 vista. Gold Bar Canyon drains away from the rim into the Colorado River. The trail climbs the cliff in stages, first angling up to Little Canyon, then working itsContinue reading

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Tip Toe Behind The Rocks

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. This trail tours the “Behind the Rocks” country. It avoids the very difficult and the very easy routes but passes near the hills at High Dive Canyon and White Knuckle Hill for the amazement of those who keep their driving at the 5-rated level. The Tip-Toe routes intersect the difficult version of Behind the Rocks, and even share a few miles of easy trailContinue reading

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Strike Ravine

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. This trail enters an area that remains beautiful despite the marks of “range improvements” (chaining), power lines, and uranium mining. Today, grazing continues, the power lines hum, but the mines are in ruins. Four-wheeling gets better, however, as the mine roads deteriorate. The trail is about 12 miles south of Moab and between Highway 191 and the La Sal Mountains. Much of it isContinue reading

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Dome Plateau

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. Dome Plateau is a large highland area north of the Colorado River and east of Arches National Park. To reach the region from Moab, one must travel more than 25 miles of highway to enter either from U.S. 191 on the west, I-70 on the north, or UT 128 just beyond Dewey Bridge on the east. The southern highlands are forested with pinyon andContinue reading

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3-D

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. The 3-D trail is a beautiful trip that starts near the Moab airport in the grey soil of the Mancos Shale formation and winds its way through a few other geologic formations to add some more color to the trip. Specifically, the colorful Morrison formation is encountered, and the Entrada sandstone is also viewed.  A sub formation of the Entrada, the Dewey Bridge sandstone,Continue reading

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Cameo Cliffs

These are just general write ups.  For how the trail is being ran on the day you sign up be sure & check the forums in the trail section on the day you sign up for. The trip begins by turning of US191 onto Steen Road about 28 miles from Moab. It will take a carefully selected combination of trails to work around Cameo Mesa and across Hook and Ladder Wash. It will climb up to Dragon Rock, then pass by the Twin Meanie rocks and Yak Rock on the way up to the highest levels of the Cameo South area. Four FinsContinue reading