Chad and Ria join the Canyon Country 4×4 Club on the Seaman Wash trail in Kane County as we begin our quest to tackle 50 trails in 50 weeks for #OHV50. This fun twisting trail features some steep climbs and plenty of rock crawling as well as opportunities to hike and horseback ride. The journey continues to the spectacular Inchworm Arch and finally to Johnson Canyon for some petroglyphs. This great trail also leads to the old movie set of Gunsmoke!
Back by popular demand! Experience the romance of adventure in this week’s unforgettable “Where To” segment as we take you deeper into the Wickiup Trail in the San Rafael Swell. Our friends from Lone Peak 4 Wheelers Club take us on this uncrowded, unspoiled trail that leads straight to Head of Sinbad and features landmarks like Joseph and Mary, the Ogre, Locomotive Point and Dutchman Arch.
Scott Huntsman visits AAA Spring to balance the suspension of Ria’s 1966 GMC truck with two new custom leaf springs in this week’s “What’s New” segment. They use raw steel and manufacture the springs themselves right in Salt Lake City.
“Along the Way,” we catch up with BlueRibbon Coalition as they work again to keep trail access open, this time for mountain biking. Check out the Virgin River Rim Trail near Zion that features 32 miles of trails and both cliff and river views. This awesome group works to advocate on behalf of all recreation activities from camping to OHV access to personal water craft and more so join them to support your outdoor passion!