Join us this October for Land Rover Centerville’s Moab Off-Road Adventure. We will have 2 days of guided trails for all Land Rover vehicles. With a new trail each day, you will get to see what your Land Rover is capable of. We are still finalizing all the details so check back often, but here is what we currently have planned:

  • Thursday – Night arrival with opening reception trail sign ups.
  • Friday – Morning through mid-day trails with BBQ or Dinner in the evening.
  • Saturday – Morning through mid-day trails with open evening.

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Included in the price is a Thursday night stay and Friday night stay. If you would like to add a Saturday night stay you can do so for an extra $200 by clicking the option below. Space is limited and reservations are taken on a first come first serve basis. Book your spot today! Each reservation is good for up to 4 attendees. If you have more than 4 people in your party, please add a second trip to you shopping cart.

Please be aware that Land Rover Centerville does not provide any vehicles for this trip. You must bring your own Land Rover or Range Rover.

Cancellation Policy:

You may cancel your reservation at any time before October 1, 2017 for a full refund.

Hotel Overview

Aarchway Inn

Aarchway Inn is a 97-room Moab lodging facility nestled between the picturesque red rock cliffs and buttes of the Colorado River. We are two miles from Arches National Park and 30 minutes from Dead Horse Point and Canyonlands National Park.

Premium Moab lodging located less than one mile from Moab’s finest restaurants, with guest shuttle service. We also serve a complimentary hot breakfast and offer indoor secure storage for bicycles.

Trail Overview
Off Road Trails

4W driving difficulty is hard to describe objectively. Opinions vary, and an individual’s judgment may change considerably as he or she gains experience. The easiest of these trails is suitable for stock high-clearance four-wheel drive vehicles. The most difficult (Moab Rim) is barely passable to first-rate off-road equipment. The other trails are well within the capabilities of stock four-wheel-drive trucks and utility vehicles.

Trail Marking

The primitive nature of 4WD trails makes them hard to mark and keep marked. On some, routes are obscure, while on others, the roads are clear enough but the many unnamed junctions are confusing. Storms can alter roads and remove tracks, while vandals can spoil the markings. Nevertheless, a sign has been placed to identify each trail a short way into the trail. After that, routes and junctions are marked in ways appropriate for the terrain, wooden posts may have a “trail” sign, slickrock may have painted symbols, and most areas will have cairns -small rock piles-to show the route. Topographic maps provide additional help and add to the enjoyment of off-road travel.

On The Trail

We will have a number of trails to choose from each day.  During the first day there will be a sign up sheet available and we will limit the number of vehicles on each trail and sign ups are first come first serve.  All Land Rover and Range Rover models are welcome and there will be trails suited to match the capabilities of both the driver and the Rover.

Some trails likes Hell’s Revenge and Steel Bender are very technical in nature.  Your Land Rover is extremely capable on these trails, but some damage to your Rover may happen.  On every trail we will have guides to help you over any obstacle that might cause damage to your Rover.  Putting you and your Rover in a difficult situation is that last thing we want, but if you listen to your guide and trust the directions they are giving you everyone will be happy.

Most trails will last a better part of the day.  Near the middle of the trail we will stop for lunch.  This is a great time to get out and enjoy the sunshine and amazing landscape.  Be sure to pack a lot of water and some snacks along with your lunch.  Because of the heat you can get dehydrated quickly.

Please Remember!

Please keep in mind that we take care to protect the vehicles from damage, but off-road driving has inherent risks and hazards even with experienced trail guides – especially to rims, tires and bumper/rocker surfaces. Please make sure you carry adequate insurance.

Below are the trails we currently have plans to run while in Moab. Please understand that conditions change and so do our minds. Updates to trails will be made here when available.

Difficult Trails

Hell’s Revenge:

Difficulty: Difficult Vehicle With Low Range Required

Dangerously steep climbs and descents over sandstone domes and ledges. Low gearing, good articulation, high approach and departure angles necessary. Not for stock vehicles or novice drivers. The Trail is well marked with black tire marks, yellow flame symbols and brown sign posts, but it is still confusing in spots.

Features: As beautiful as it is challenging. High vantage point offers great views of the La Sal Mountains, Negro Bill Canyon, Abyss Canyon and the Colorado River. The Slickrock Bike Trail crosses several times; use extra caution at these well-marked intersections. Never drive on the bike trail, marked with painted white dashes. The search and Rescue route is marked with white dots and is for emergencies only. Stay on marked trail at all times.

Fins & Things – North Side Only:

Difficulty: Difficult Vehicle With Low Range Required

Steep slickrock climbs and descents. Some large ledges have bypasses, but not all. Short vehicles with high approach and departure angles do best, but many stock SUVs are seen on this trail. I’m sure their bumpers drag.

Features: The dominant feature of this trail is its steepness. Unbelievably fun and fantastic scenery. Best part is between way points 9 and 11. The trail can take up to 3-4 hours.

Steel Bender:

Difficulty: Difficult Vehicle With Low Range Required

Stream crossings and countless tall ledges-a real bumper thumper. Two notable obstacles: one is called “The Wall,” the other is called “The Fall.” When you’ve completed these obstacles, you’ll understand their names. High ground clearance, excellent articulations and lockers recommended. Experienced drivers recommended.

Features: A very scenic trail that begins and ends in Mill Creek Canyon. In between, you meander up and down rocky benches along canyon drainage.

Porcupine Rim:

Difficulty: Difficult Vehicle With Low Range Required

While there are no major obstacles, the trail is too tough for most stock vehicles (except Land Rovers with air suspension). High ground clearance and skid plates recommended

Features: Incredible views of Castle Valley, feature the La Sal Mountains, Castle Rock, and Priest and Nuns rock formation.

Sevenmile Rim:

Difficulty: Difficult Vehicle With Low Range Required

Most of the trail is moderate with just a few difficult spots. Some stock vehicles with very high ground clearance and good articulation can manage this trail.

Features: Many beautiful overlooks and interesting rock formations including Corral Canyon, Monitor and Merrimac Buttes, Determination Towers and Courthouse Rock. The drive itself is interesting as the terrain changes from slickrock to sagebrush to wash bottom.

Easy to Moderate Trails
Wipeout Hill:

Difficulty: Moderate

The landscape varies from the drab hills near the airport to the tall cliffs seen from Moab. In between are beautiful canyons having colorfully banded Entrada Sandstone walls, Determination Towers, and Monitor and Merrimac Buttes. The trail traverses at least seven major rock formations (Morrison, Entrada, Navajo, Kayenta, Wingate, Chinle, and Moenkopi) that were deposited over a period of more than 100 million years, beginning about 200 million years ago.

Klondike Bluffs:

Difficulty: Moderate

Much of the trail is easy when dry, but there are several rocky sections you need to be careful on.

This trail crosses interesting, varied terrain and climbs to a high point overlooking Arches National Park and beautiful Klondike Bluffs. A short hike is necessary to see the bluffs because the trail ends at the park boundary. You’ll also see relics of an old copper mine near the end of the trail. Along the slickrock portions of the trail, watch for fossils of dinosaur footprints often encircled with small rocks to make them easier to find.

Picture Frame Arch with Overlook:

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Drive up close and climb inside Picture Frame Arch if you can. Be careful; you have to climb up a steep wall left of the arch. The drive around Lone Rock will get you off of the dirt road and on to a bit more slickrock. This part of the trail will be the most difficult and fun part of the drive. From there you head down the hill and end at one of the most incredible views you have ever seen. On the way out we will stop at the sand dune and let you play around on the hills of sand for a bit.

Gemini Bridges/Long Canyon:

Difficulty: Easy

One of the most popular biking and four-wheel-drive routes in Moab. The east side approach has dramatic views of the La Sal Mountains and Arches National Park. The Gemini Bridges are really two large arches, side by side, several hundred feet high. This is not immediately apparent because you approach them from the top looking down. Be careful walking around until you get your bearings.

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