For full details on the goneMOAB event be sure to check out www.goneMOAB.com. For a ton of information and discussions check out the goneMOAB Forums which is also a great place to ask questions!
Please note that each person attending will need to purchase a ticket, regardless whether driving or riding. BLM permit, SITLA, and insurance fees are based on the number of people and not on the number of vehicles.
What IS included in your goneMOAB registration?
Organized Trail Rides - Accommodating All skill levels MILD to WILD.
1 Event T-Shirt per Ticket
2 Event Stickers per Ticket
Sand Flats area Access to run goneMOAB Trails
Meet and Greet
Sponsor Show N Shine and Raffle Night at Spanish Trails Indoor Arena
Full Color goneMOAB Event Guide w/Trail info, Maps, & Activities
Sponsor Swag Bag full of Goodies
What's NOT included in your registration?
Canyonlands National Park Access (only applies to Elephant Hill)
Extra Stickers & T-Shirts
Each Color Group gets a little harder as the week goes on Mon-Thurs. Also keep in mind as the trails get harder more is expected from the driver.
The Green Track starts out easy and progresses towards moderate trails.
The Blue Track starts on on lower end moderate and moves to difficult trails.
The Red Track will be running Difficult trails from day 1 that will get harder as the week goes on and some folks running many optional obstacles.
The Black Trails will be running Hard trails from day 1 and should expect to scratch, dent, bang, break the truck on the trails
Friday trails are a bit shorter for all color groups to get the raffle started earlier in the day. When registration opens you of course can choose from any trail any day as long as you meet the trail requirements.
All Drivers must be 18 at the time of goneMOAB to attend. No exceptions!
Each trail has its own requirements be sure to read up what you sign up for
For all goneMOAB trail runs the trail leader has the option of not allowing individuals on the run if he/she feels that that individual does not have the experience or the equipment necessary for the that trail. Not being allowed on a trail is not a personal attack, but is a necessary action to keep the trail ride safe & moving along in a timely manner for our volunteers and the other attendees.