Superlift's Bunny Run - Slippery on The Rocks
We kicked off the week at Moab Easter Jeep Safari with frost on the rocks, but snow nor rain could keep us from hitting the trail. Joining up with the Superlift / Dynatrac / Falken crew for their annual Bunny Run, we ventured to the Poison Spider trail.
A number of highly modified Jeep 4x4s showed up at the trailhead, ready to tackle the wet slickrock. Poison Spider, one of Moab’s most popular trails that is rated 6 out of 10, travels northwest of town and is bordered on the east by Moab Valley and on the south by the Colorado River. The scenery is amazing, and the trail serves up plenty of excitement to help keep things moving.
Over 50 rigs showed up for the run. The wet factor increased the difficulty to obstacles and climbs ascending up to Poison Spider Mesa. Even veterans that had done this run plenty of times needed to rethink their plan of attack. Luckily Dan Micks was present to give a helping hand when a spotter was needed.
Come along for the ride and enjoy the rock candy.
Poison Spider’s v-notch can really cross your axles and make things twist and turn--show me some.
Specials thanks to the trial sponsors:
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