Here at Four Wheeler, we're burning the midnight oil getting our rigs ready for Easter Jeep Week, which is now less than two weeks away . . .
Here at Four Wheeler, we're burning the midnight oil getting our rigs ready for Easter Jeep Week, which is now less than two weeks away. For those of you who've never been there, we thought we'd perform a public service by casting our votes for Moab's Best Trail---and for those of you who have been there . . . we'll we're giving you a little ammunition for a debate. But here are our choces:
Feature Editor Robin Stover: In a nutshell, Hell's Revenge trail encompasses everything I love about the Moab area.
Tech Editor Sean P. Holman: Who can deny the experience, opportunities for challenge, and the scenery of Hell's Revenge? Even a properly equipped stock rig can turn this Moab stalwart into a family adventure. Then again, there is Kane Creek with literally something for everyone.
Senior Editor Ken Brubaker: Kane Creek Canyon trail. It's often virtually deserted, has lump-in-your-throat smokin' killer scenery, a zillion fun water crossings, and a couple of attention-grabbing obstacles.
Editor Doug McColloch: Gotta give a shout out to Pritchett Canyon: Spectacular scenery and rock formations, a variety of terrains, and some of the sickest four-wheeling anywhere. This is for veteran drivers and heavily-built rigs only, so if it's out of your league, hitch a ride with an experienced buddy---it's worth the trip either way.
Those are our picks. Let's hear about yours!