Of course! There were some this sucks moments (ie having to stack every two seconds during a mile stretch; hopefully it’s still there and you can ride right on down!) but overall so so so worth it. Glad we didn’t pull the trigger. We ran into people who bailed but going straight through was worth it.Awesome! Sounds like you made some great memories. We're excited to get there. Looks like it will start warming up on Sunday when we head back home. Lol. Thanks for the info!Hello!Hope you're able to do the White Rim. Report back if you would. We're going down Mid October to do the White Rim trail and it will be the first time for me and everyone in our group to offroad in Moab. Like you, it's something we've had planned for months and getting anxious for the trip!
So the road was pretty decent for the first half. Whitecrack to Candlestick was pretty beat up when we went. Lots of washouts. Saw some well built out rigs scrape and struggle in some spots. Even saw one break a control arm. But took it slow and smart and no issues. They laid down concrete on the way out of mineral bottom so that was great. Got stuck in a bad monsoon but no issues exiting
Have a blast!
We saw a ranger coming in to assess the road after the rain so they’ll have pretty up to date knowledge which is more than I can say when I called before! They were super helpful in telling me where the tough patches were that week. Worth a pop in to the visitor center.
And there was gorgeous weather the day we left too haha but I learned the weather forecast out there is all LIES