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Off Roading

Jeep driving down rock

Dan Mick Jeep Tours

Dan is a legend in Moab. He is easily the expert on off roading trails in Moab. People come from all over the world just to ride with Dan. With a personalized tour just for you, let him show you the thrilling side of Moab!
Jeep in the desert by red rock

Hurrah Pass

This is an easy and scenic trail to the top of Hurrah Pass. You will see it all on this trail: the distant view of Dead Horse Point, the tall cliffs of Canyonlands National Park, the Colorado River, Kane Creek Canyon and the bright blue Potash ponds.
Cliffs in Moab

Cameo Cliffs

Located approximately 25 miles south of Moab, Cameo Cliffs is a trail that follows many old mining roads. It has beautiful views overlooking Wilson Arch. According to the Red Rock 4-Wheelers this trail is rated a 4 on a scale of 1 (easy) to 10 (hardest).
Yellow Jeep

Canyonlands Jeep Rentals

Want to get off the road and see Moab, but don't have a Jeep? Check out our friends at Canyonlands Jeep Rentals. With the newest Jeep fleet in town, you are sure to find just the Jeep to take you on your next adventure! Not sure what trail to hit first? Don't worry, they will point you in the right direction or even guide you on a trail!
Red Hummer in the desert

High Point Hummer

Looking to rent a UTV? High Point has you covered! They also offer Hummer tours and guided UTV tours. If off-roading isn't your thing, check out their Vanderall rentals and see the national parks in STYLE!