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Dinosaur Tracks, Unbelievable Rock Formations and Arches National Park: A Moab One Day Trip

A Moab Off-Road Day Trip Fuel the rig up, pack some food, take those hiking boots and get ready for an intriguing one-day excursion very close to Moab. Driving across slickrock, sand; viewing dinosaur tracks, plus walking through natural stone arches – this off-road route will leave you with a ...
Todd Taylor - October 3, 2019

The “Iconic” Campfire and Why I Learned to Live Without It

Who doesn’t love sitting next to a crackling campfire with its smell of the burning pine or oak wafting in the crisp air? No matter what how old you are, a campfire is always the perfect setting for storytelling, eating, and camaraderie. There is a special bonding that happens between ...
Todd Taylor - September 17, 2019

Review: FJ Security Drawer by Tuffy

While my Toyota Tacoma is our primary trail mapping vehicle, my wife’s stock FJ Cruiser has been called into duty on some lighter trails and often follows the Taco on our off-road adventures. It’s also our only vehicle with inside storage which means it’s the go-to for our myriad of other outdoor activities.
Trint Ladd - December 16, 2018

A Beginner’s Guide to Where to Go Offroading Near Salt Lake City, Utah

Time and time again, the question is asked: Where can I off-road near Salt Lake City? For those of you that have been in Salt Lake City long enough, these trail names are household phrases. There are more trails than you may think located just a short drive away from ...
TJ Bosworth - October 7, 2018

A Beginner's Guide to Where To Go Offroading Near Denver

If you are new to offroading and live in the Denver, Colorado area, you are in luck! The Front Range is a paradise of jeep trails and four-wheel-drive roads of all types. Since you are a beginner, you might be wondering where to go that is suitable for your skill ...
Todd Taylor - June 3, 2018

A Long Day of Iconic 4WD Trails in the Mount Hood National Forest

Hitch the oxen, load the kids into the covered wagon, and point your 4×4 east out of Portland toward Mount Hood for a long day full of adventures on parts of the original Oregon Trail.
Douglas Van Bossuyt - December 10, 2017