Inside The Kave

Inside The Kave

Easter Jeep Safari

Easter jeep safari started in 1967 by the Moab chamber of commerce, for the first two years the group was only permitted to do two trails, behind the rocks, and the Moab rim. There was no charge or entry fee, and only a Saturday trail. If you wanted to register all you had to do is show up Saturday morning and sign up for the trail you wanted. The Safari was run this way through 1982 at which point the BLM required a permit and insurance. The chamber was no longer able to run the safari and approached the club to run this event.  2016 was the 50th year anniversary and 2018 marks 52 years that the club has been running the safari. Now this event lasts a whole week long and ends on Easter sunday, you can sign up for multiple trails that are rated from a level 2 to a rated 9. The rating system tells you how difficult the trails are, the scale ranges from 1 to 10(ten being the hardest). Every year the safari holds a vender show for all their sponsors to sell their products, and show off their Jeeps. The vender show also holds auctions, this years winner won a $400 dollar gift card for the brand Tuffy security products. If you don't know what Tuffy is they sell jeep security products specifically made for your jeep, like safes you can place in your car or shelves. Easter jeep safari has been running for many years and will continue to be run by the Red Rocks Four Wheelers club, this event attracts jeepers from all over the country to test their toys and have fun doing it.

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