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If you have registered and signed up on an official Land Rover National Rally trail, your fees have been paid through your registration.
For Non-Sanctioned outings: You are responsible for your own fees.
Trail access in the Moab area spans all types of property – including: private lands, BLM (Bureau of Land Management), Forest Service managed lands, National Parks, and State Park systems. Each managing body may have different rules or possible fees to recreate on the road/trails.
Sand Flats Recreation Area: $5 day use per vehicle (the entrance to Hell’s Revenge)
Pritchett Canyon: $2 private gate fee
For You and Your Passengers
- 1st RULE: Let somebody know where you are going
- A cell phone and if possible a CB. (but they don’t always work, so see 1st rule)
- Leave the alcohol at home/hotel/camp, it’s against the rules, and it will keep your mind sharp when wheeling.
- Extra clothing. Many layers of clothing work well with the varying temperatures of Moab.
- First Aid Kit and Blanket(s)
- Food and water, Minimum of 1 gal water per person, per day. The dry climate can fool you. Drink lots of water.
- Be prepared to spend the night if something should happen (tent, sleeping bags, etc…)
- Heavy Duty Gloves
- Compass and maps AND GPS to locate your position
- Check the Weather before you head out: weather.com
For Your Vehicle
If your vehicle is “SHOWROOM CONDITION” study trail descriptions and speak with trail leaders to determine if the trail is right for you. Most “1″, “2″, or “3″ rated trails are suited for stock high clearance SUV vehicles, but scratches may occur on trails. Please seek advice before you head out. You are responsible for your own actions.
- Plenty of gasoline
- Basic Automotive Tool Kit, including spark plug socket, jumper cables, Tire Gauge, Assorted metric and standard nuts and bolts, Spare belts, hoses, electrical wire and bulbs.
- Duct Tape, Bailing Wire
- Fire Extinguisher
- Tow Strap with loop ends
- Functional spare tire. Tire should be same size and type of tires mounted on your vehicle.
- Jack (Types: Original Vehicle Jack, or a High-Lift Jack, or Bottle Jacks work well under axle for modified vehicles)
- Oil, antifreeze, water and other vital fluids for your truck
- Learn what parts on your vehicle are likely to fail, and carry extra
ADVANCED TRAIL NEEDS
- Skid plates to protect steering components
- Sill protectors to protect the aluminum sills on a Rover
- CB Radio to be in contact with your group