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Among those who love adventure on four wheels, Moab is a must-visit destination.
For maybe the first time ever, you’ll experience spectacular scenery so profound you won’t be able to wait to share your experience with your friends, family and co-workers.
Moab has a huge range of backcountry trails, from easy, scenic drives to challenging 4-wheel drive trails, all of them providing an opportunity to experience the beauty and solitude of a backcountry expedition. We will choose our trails wisely, with an honest appraisal of our equipment and consideration of the terrain.
Four-wheel driving difficulty is hard to describe objectively. Opinions will always vary, and even an individual’s judgment may change as they gain experience. The easiest of trails will be suitable for virtually any stock, high-clearance, four-wheel drive vehicle. The most difficult trails are barely passable even for first-rate off-road equipment. The in-between trails are well within the capabilities of stock four-wheel-drive trucks and utility vehicles.
During our four-wheeling, we’ll be using a SPOT (a satellite tracking device) which will allow those folks who couldn’t make the trip to follow our daily travels on their computer. We’ll supply the link for the arm-chair expeditioners.
Health notice/restrictions: Off-road tours are rough, bumpy rides often through rough terrain. Our off-road Expeditions are not suitable for guests with back problems, neck problems, motion sickness, pregnancy, major medical conditions, or any other health condition(s) that could be aggravated by a bumpy ride through rough terrain.
** NOTE: What if a specific Expedition is canceled? While incredibly rare, from time to time, an Expedition may have to be canceled. For almost all of our events, you will be given the choice to either receive a full refund, or transfer your registration to another event that has openings. For some Expeditions, we may deduct up to a 15% fee from your refund to offset unrecoverable expenses. Due to unforeseen circumstances all Black Rhino Expeditions trips and trails are subject to change or cancellation without advance notice.
Expect to have two days of fun-filled adventure in the beautiful and picturesque terrain surrounding Moab.
Moab is world-renown as the Mecca of Off-roading – the sandstone trails offer fantastic driving and riding opportunities.
Our four-wheeling will be led by a professional guide from Dan Mick’s Guided Tours. Our experience with Dan is without equal – Dan has been offering off-road guided tours in the Moab area for more than 30 years! A Moab native, he knows Moab’s trails like the back of his hand.
Sculpted by thousands of years of wind, water and erosion, the sandstone formations of Moab have become an icon of the 4-wheeling experience.
March 8, 2024 – Check into the hotel in Moab, Utah and have an easy evening as we prepare for the next couple of days.
March 9, 2024 – We’ll leave early to have our first day with Dan Mick’s guide for 4×4 wheeling in Moab.
The off-road experience on the “slickrock” of Moab is unparalleled. You’ll be amazed at the scenery- virtually any direction you face would make a gorgeous picture postcard. And you’ll be amazed at what your vehicle can do on this phenomenal terrain.
As a warm-up, we’ll be running Seven Mile Rim Trail. We’ll be driving on two-track dirt road, a sandy hill, wash bottom, and some slickrock. If time permits, we’ll also tackle Wipeout Hill.
Dinner later in the evening will be at a local restaurant.
March 10, 2024 – Dan Mick’s guide will lead us on Fins & Things Trail, a 9.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate.
The dominant characteristic of this trail is its steep slickrock climbs and descents. It is unbelievably fun and offers fantastic scenery. Many of the large ledges have bypasses, but not all. Short vehicles with high approach and departure angles do best, but many stock SUVs are seen on this trail. The trail is accessible year-round.
Lunch will be on the trail.
Dinner later in the day will be at a local restaurant.