In the meantime, we have to report that this new event we attended, Southwest Crawlfest, was an absolute four-wheeling DREAM. We had a ball, gained several new BlueRibbon members, hooked up with great folks, talked trail-saving by the hours, and found some marvelous trails.
The trails wove in and out of red rock domes like you find in Moab, UT. In fact, in many ways this place rivals Moab. Plus it's a State Park OHV Area with tons of obstacles and trails to challenge all types of rigs.
The event started Friday am with a driver's meeting, safety briefing, and introductions. I heard there were 320 rigs signed up that were spread out over 11 trails. AWESOME.
Big Sarge was there for Utah 4Wheel Drive Association along with other members. Many land use groups were there as well, because the Crawlfest donates most all their proceeds to help keep our trails open. Another AWESOME. BlueRibbon Coalition is one of their primary recipients of donations.
The trails offered runs for everything from SUV to buggy. It was a blast for sure with beautiful weather.
You can see the trails were mostly up on the red rim rocks above Warner Valley outside St. George, Utah and just spectacular scenery.
After Crawlfest we moved over to Kanab, UT to link up with some BRC members and members of the Canyon Country 4x4 Club who built Hog Canyon OHV Trail System. We got snowed out of seeing very much of the trail, but had a lot of fun getting out in the area and visiting with the local folks.
We did manage to get in a quick trip to Page, AZ to see a slot canyon. Enough said.
Next stop, Hammertown for King of the Hammers.