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Moab Jeep Safari 2005

Easter week came early this year, but Moab, Utah was ready for the 39th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. Thousands of wheelers were in town to test their rigs, enjoy the local scenery, and renew contacts with wheelers from all over the country. Unfortunately, like all great events, Moab EJS is changing. Law enforcement officials (including State Troopers from Salt Lake City) were out in force, cracking down on non-street legal rigs. Moab used to be known for a certain amount of freedom from street-legal restrictions; but those days appear to be gone. No matter, the scenery is still the same and the trails are just as great.

New Rules for Moab 2006 -- click here to see the latest

Go straight to the Moab Rock Game

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Day 1 found me on a invitational run with Jim Ryan of DirtSports magazine. Photo by Stacie Albright

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The folks from DirtSports gave us a tour of Gold Bar Rim, north of Moab, a wonderful place of red rocks, canyons and wheeling. Photo by Stacie Albright.

Gold Bar Rim had some nice climbs and drop-offs that gave us plenty of play time.  Photo by Stacie.

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The Gold Bar Rim trail takes you to Double Whammy where folks like the "Rhino" team played (and rolled).

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Roy Denner, Off Road Business Association (ORBA), showed up with his new Grunt -- a fully manufactured wheeling machine. Stacie photo.

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The vendor turn out at the Arena was awesome. Plenty of goodies were on hand, as well as a wonderful raffle (stage with products shown in photo). Photo by Del.

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