ejs 2018If you didn’t make it to the 2018 Moab Easter Jeep Safari (EJS), here’s a BIG tease of what you missed out on!

It’s hard describe an event like EJS to someone who’s never been. Like KOH or the Baja 1000, to get the full effect, you really have to experience it in person. If you’ve never made the trek or you’re still undecided, maybe these top ten photos and videos from this year’s EJS will seal the deal and have you clearing your calendar for next years event.

READ MORE: Gallery: 2018 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts Climb the Rocks of Moab

If you’re wondering what all the “hype” is about surrounding EJS, this video will give you a pretty good preview in just 20 seconds. Take a look, then keep scrolling for more great content.

Hell’s Gate is one of the more famous obstacles in all of Moab. In truth it probably looks more intimidating than it actually is but it’s still an accomplishment to make it all the way to the top. Unless your this guy that is who decided to make a speed run up it in just 23 seconds. Very impressive!

READ MORE: Rating the Moab Easter Jeep Concepts 


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You just never know what you might see at EJS and where most vehicles are content to climb UP Potato Salad Hill, Nick Nelson figured he would jump his Ultra4 car down it. Heavy Metal Concepts was there to catch the action and this is definitely an all or nothing type of stunt.

“Any Jeep owner that has ever put their Jeep in four wheel drive has a dream about going to one place…” That’s how the guys from Jeeper X describe Moab Utah and their experience at the 2018 EJS event. If you’ve got 40 minutes to spare, tag along on this documentary style video as they travel more than 1,000 miles to the off-road paradise that is Moab Utah.

It’s not a Jeep, but then again, EJS isn’t only for Jeep owners. This fella put on quite a spectacle while rolling numerous times down “Potato Salad Hill.” Fortunately he was wearing his seatbelt and emerged unscathed.

One of the many great things about EJS is that many of the top companies bring their latest and greatest products or vehicle builds out into the public for the first time. Case in point, this amazing concept vehicle made to mimic a 1966 Jeepster. It looks almost too nice to be out on the trail…almost.

This is precisely why things break in Moab.

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Wheeling at EJS wouldn’t be nearly as much fun alone as it is with a posse of friends, both old and new. Whether you’re a first timer or an EJS veteran, meeting friendly people from all over the world with a shared passion for off-roading is a big part of what makes EJS so special.

If you’re one who likes to know what you’re in for, this video gives a great preview of several of the biggest obstacles on some of the more popular trails in all of Moab. From High Dive to Rocker Knocker and Cliff hanger to the many obstacles on Hell’s Revenge, this video serves as a great preview of what you can expect should you plan a trip to go wheeling in Moab.

Last but certainly not least, in addition to terrain that is unlike anything you could find almost anywhere on earth, the scenery is second to none. Where else can you wheel through the rugged desert with snow capped peaks cresting along the horizon behind you?


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