My Views of Utah

Jeepin' Country

Moab, east central Utah

Photos taken March 2003 by Andy Roylance

(Click on a photo to see it full size.)


small map Moab, Utah, is a town well-known among people who enjoy extreme sports. Located between Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park, it is a mecca for mountain bikers, river runners, rock climbers, and four-wheelers. Several trails have been marked over the slickrock and graded by difficulty. The highlight of the year for the 'jeepsters' is the annual Jeep Safari held in April.

In March 2003, Andy and some of his friends made a pre-rally trip to Moab to check out the trails and to check the fitness of their jeeps. Andy took the photos on this page.

view of Sundance

Looking southeast from the "Metal Masher" trail. The mountains in the distance are the La Sal Range.

Climbing through Mirror Gulch. One of the many ledges on the trail.

A "hot tub" on Hell's Revenge. Widow-maker on Metal Masher.

Driving under the boulder in Long Canyon. The other side of the boulder, looking back.

Gravelled road, part of the Long Canyon trail. Looking east toward Moab from Arth's Rim on Metal Masher.

view of Sundance

View north toward I-70 from the overhang on Arth's Rim. (That's Joey in the trees.)


All photos on this page were taken by Andy who holds the copyrights. Comments are appreciated!

Back to My Views of Utah Index
Back to Andy's Index


| Home | Family | Ancestry | Histories | Old Photos | Headstones | Utah Pioneers | Views of Utah | Views of Wales | Welsh Photo Links | Danish Photo Links |