Blog (32 articles)

MOAB Trails are in Danger of Closure

Your voice is needed to save 437 MILES of the most unique and cherished off-road trails in Moab from closure to motorized vehicles!
Todd Taylor - September 16, 2022

Rigs and Coffee SLC - Kicking Off the Weekend with the Equipt Crew

Trails Offroad had the pleasure of joining the Equipt Expedition Outfitters crew for their monthly Rigs and Coffee event in Salt Lake City for September.
Ariana Dufour - September 12, 2022

California Desert Camping Leveled Up

Whether you're on your own, with a small group, or with a big group, Homewood Cabins is an excellent, off-road friendly, and little-known place to stay in California's Searles Valley
Greg M - May 4, 2022

The Best Tips to Experience the King of the Hammers!

King of the Hammers is an annual event that typically runs for 9 days, starting at the end of January. If you have never heard of the King of the Hammers before, it is a weeklong off-road festival that some would consider “the toughest one-day off-road race in the world.” 60,000 people gather in Johnson Valley, California, to partake in or watch the action.
Josh Noesser - January 11, 2022

Four Phone Apps We Love

Since 2013 we have been exploring the country from the more notable locations to faraway sites. We need to find basic supplies like fuel, groceries, and restaurants during our explorations. Our trail guides demand that we research and know everything about the area we are exploring to present accurate information.   Above and beyond the Trails Offroad app, here are five apps we have come to love and regularly use that we believe will make your trips for you and your family much more enjoyable!
Todd Taylor - December 29, 2021

The Complete List of Jeep Badge of Honor Trails

If you enjoy collecting the badges you earn when completing Jeep's list of "Badge of Honor Trails" we have compiled a succinct list for you to start checking them off one by one.
Todd Taylor - September 17, 2021