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Moab Jeep Tours

Moab Jeep Tours

Moab Jeep Tours:

Complete Listing of Moab Jeep Tours
Moab Jeep tours are anything but ordinary. Whether you’re driving through Arches National Park or Canyonlands National Park, or simply exploring another section of eastern Utah’s vast backcountry, these four-wheel-drive adventures are invigorating, to say the least. Moab Jeep tours range in length from as few as two hours, to as many as 10. Plus, in spite of the name we’ve used to designate them, these trips actually use a variety of different vehicles, including Jeeps, Hummers, and various types of pickup trucks. Don’t let that throw you off, though—all of these experiences are to die for!
 
If you’re in Moab, one of the first things you need to tackle is its famous slickrock. And, believe us, there are Moab Jeep tours that do exactly that. One such adventure lasts two hours, and proceeds through an area dubbed “Hells Revenge,” which is perhaps the best AWD slickrock trail in the country. Here, you’ll tackle huge mounds, daunting ledges, and brutal descents, as well as a tight section of rock and sand called the “Tip-Over Challenge” (you can probably figure out why on your own). In addition to the spine-tingling ride, you’ll capture outstanding views of the surrounding beautiful countryside, which includes Arches National Park, the La Sal Mountains, and the Colorado River Canyon.
 
Other Moab Jeep tours head into the backcountry  and out to the Gemini Bridges. These four-hour journeys travel at about 6,000 ft. north of sea level, and due to that elevation, boast outstanding views of Arches National Park. As you wind along the bumpy Long Canyon Trail, you’ll also soak up the sight of pinyon pine trees and Wingate Sandstone cliffs. At the end of it all lie the Gemini Bridges themselves. This matching pair of rock bridges (technically, they’re arches) you can actually traverse by foot! Be careful, however, since they’re over 100 ft. off the ground below.
 
Strangely, we’ve gotten this far into describing the various Moab Jeep tours without even mentioning outings into Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. You can find plenty of those, as well, of both the half- and full-day varieties. On the one hand, those that focus on showing you around Arches travel across miles of unpaved roads, and get you up close to the rock Moab Jeep Tour at Sunsetformations for which the park is so famous and so appropriately named. At many points, you’ll get out of your vehicle in order to approach the arches, balanced rocks, and various other natural features by foot.
 
Similarly, Moab Jeep tours to Canyonlands National Park focus on showing you the remarkable sights scattered throughout the expansive terrain. You’ll get to take the marvelous Utah Scenic Byway, look from the edge of the Island in the Sky District down to the Colorado River, and see various arches, buttes, fins, and pinnacles. As you can probably tell by now, these Moab Jeep tours are more oriented toward sightseers than thrill seekers. That makes them really nice for those traveling with children and on the search for fun.
 
With such an incredible array of activities from which to choose, you may be wondering where to begin. It’s simple, really. Just ask yourself how much danger you’re looking for, and identify the places you want to go. Once you’ve done that, we’re pretty confident that you’ll find some Moab Jeep tours and guides that match whatever profiles you come up with.