This will probably increase BB popularity, can't start your own event join one
Interesting that’s how they approached it
Just creating more barriers to entry. Making it hard for new events to start I mean.
Not sure if this is applicable to this post or not???
Moab Rim campark update...
I made a reservation for a basic cabin, she said that was the last one, sold out until Nov 2021. Not sure if that included family cabins as well, but if you think you’re going, get on the reservations quick!
I really want to get out to this event with you guys and I finally feel like my truck is ready. I'm just trying to get feel for the logistics of it.
Does everyone stay at this Moab rim campark? Some, but not all.
If there isn't any cabins left what else is close to it? I'm not much for camping anymore. (I haven't tried calling Moab rim to see if they have any cabins yet.) People stay anywhere in town. From the hostel to hotels, Airbnb and campgrounds.
I assume that there's room for pull truck and trailer parking at the cabins? and how much? I'm hoping to talk 1 or 2 buddies to bringing a rig along also. I hate to make the drive from Wisconsin to Utah alone.Everywhere except hotels and Airbnb are set up for off roaders.
Also how much road driving is involved to get to the trails from camp? Some are a few miles, others are 20 miles. My rig is roadworthy, (barely). It also runs on propane so I'm just trying to get a feel for how much fuel I need to bring or if I can get tanks fill out there somewhere? I run 2- 8gallon tanks onboard and have 6 tanks total. Usually I can run a day of slow trail riding on just over a tank. If the travel get more spirited or there's open road higher speed driving it tends to like its fuel. If you have full tanks in the morning, you should be good. Plenty of places to fill.
I know, lots of questions and I have more but I'll stop there for now. Thanks all for any input or advice.
Man, I really want to make this as a goal. Anyone else from Texas making the trek? maybe link up and caravan there? I want to say my truck will be street legal, but I don't know if I'd trust it for 1200 miles of highway driving, so Id have to find a trailer... Moab has always been a bucket list item for me.
Like Wes said on the sticker. Whether you trailer it or not, all of the insurance items will also applyForgive my Newb question:
Do we need OHV stickers/registration? Looks like as of January 2020 there is no reciprocity with other states.
I haven't needed one on any of the places I've been. But in texas they're all private land. this will be my first ride on public land.
This year, each truck will have a trail pass with the number of passengers listed. Trail leaders will have a list to match it up.
Why you ask? I get to pony up my own money to cover the BLM bill that I just received.
Trails are being ran with BB by families who are not paying for each passenger each day. I can not afford to pay for other people to have fun.
No pass, go run something by yourself.