FAQ

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FAQ

Everyone has questions when it comes to these events, below are some of the most common ones, if you still don't see your answer feel free to reach out to us!

Frequently asked questions

General

Where do I go when I arrive?


Event Check-In will take place at the Old Spanish Trail Arena off Highway 191. Once there head over to the check-in booths at headquarters with your Rally Pass. Please be sure to have your Rally Pass ready for an expedited check-in experience.




Where do I stage for daily trail runs?


Daily trail run staging will take place at Old Spanish Trail Arena 8 am




What should I bring on a trail run?


Please be sure to have the items listed below ready to go in order to ensure a great day out on the trail, these preparations will not only make your day more enjoyable but will also help out your trail leader. Personal 1. Shoes/Boots - No sandals/flip flops please. This helps us minimize the risk of injury/insect bites. 2. Clothing - Please make sure to dress appropriately for the weather and bring layers, it may be warm in the valley, but it can be very windy and chilly on top of the mesa's, please keep this in mind to ensure an enjoyable day on the trail. 3. Food/Water - Please be certain to account for ALL passengers and bring enough food and water for the day, one gallon per passenger (Including pets) minimum. 4. Camera - You won't want to miss some of the incredible views, make sure to charge your batteries and bring plenty of memory. 5. Positive Attitude - This single choice can make or break everyone's day. Please be mindful of your fellow trail mates and remember we are all here to have a good time and enjoy ourselves. Keep it Courteous and Respectful. Vehicle 1. Gas - Please make sure you have a full tank of fuel prior to each day's trail run. 2. Air Source - Be sure to have an air source readily available to air up at the end of the trail. 3. Recovery Points - While we hope to not need them, make sure you have a front and rear recovery point readily accesible. 4. Recovery Gear - Help out your trail leader and have your own gear readily available should it be needed. 5. Full Size Spare - A full size spare in good working condition is a MUST for every participating vehicle. 6. Seatbelts - All passengers are required to use their seatbelts whenever the vehicle is in motion. All vehicle seatbelts must be in perfect working condition. 7. Gear Secured - All gear inside vehicle must be properly secured and tied down. There are some very steep sections on some trails, you do not want your gear flying around your vehicle when you are attempting to maneuver a challenging obstacle. Kids We welcome kids at these events, our hope is that they too will become Land Rover enthusiasts one day. This does come with a few considerations to keep in mind as listed below: 1. Safety - Safety is a personal resposibility of the parents, please do not depend on the trail leader or group to ensure the safety of the younger passengers. *** Please keep a very close eye on them around cliffs and ledges.*** 2. Long Days - In the case of a breakdown or mishap on the trail, it may take longer than expected to return to town, please keep this in mind for some of the younger ones and be prepared with any and all necessities in case of a delay.




What if I arrive after check-in hours?


No worries! Simply stop by the following morning and collect your Rally Gear.




Can I bring my dog?


Of Course! We always welcome man's best friend at these events, but as with everything in life we do have some rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all registered attendees. 1. Leashes - All dogs must be leashed at all times. 2. Friendly - We ask that you refrain from bringing your dog if they have trouble around other dogs or kids. Any participant with aggressive/unfriendly dogs will be asked to remove them for the safety of all participants. 3. Clean Up After Your Dog - Please be considerate of others and cleanup after your pet.




How many trails will you be running each day?


If all goes as expected, we will have 12-15 trails per day, with starts staged from 8 AM to 10 AM.




How big will this event be?


We are planning on limiting vehicles to 160, which will mean over 250 attendees. It certainly promises to be the biggest Land Rover event of the year.




Will the new Defender making an appearance at the event?


We are now in early talks with Land Rover to bring some new-model demo’s to the event. Stay tuned for more details as they progress. There is rumor that Big Bertha from Denver Land Rover could be making an appearance...




What will be included in my rally fees?


4 days of trails, participation in door prize giveaways, event decal, and special welcoming gifts from event sponsors.




Will you be offering any onsite event camping?


We have secured The Old Spanish Trail Arena (OSTA) as the location to use for Group Camping. We believe this will be the most convenient option for people looking for a single spot to call home for the Rally. There is room for 100 tents, and there are a number of fire pits. OSTA will be the location of the GARR Registration check in, daily vehicle staging, and evening events. $10/night ground tents - OSTA will set aside the center of the Race Track for ground tent campers. $25/night dry camping - Vehicle based campers, and this includes Roof Top Tents will be able to set up outside the Race Track. $30/night electric hook up - RVs that want electric hook up will be near the barn/stable. Please contact the OSTA directly to reserve your spot and arrange payment. (435)259-1311




Will I need any special permits to run any of the local trails?


No, your registration fees will cover all permits needed to run any and all trails associated with the event.




What do I need to bring or know to run the trails in Moab?


As typical for any trail, you should bring adequate recovery gear with you. Also, most people air their tires down each day, so having a source to re-inflate your tires in recommended. Also, make sure you have front and rear recovery points available on your vehicle. In addition, a full-size, fully-inflated spare tire is a great idea as well. Other than that, plenty of water, sunscreen, a first-aid kit, and tools would be advisable as well.




Will there be evening events included in the event?


Yes, please refer to the calendar of events to view details of our 3 nightly gatherings.




Can I attend just a few days and not the entire event?


Yes, absolutely. Although, we do only have one fee structure that covers the entire event duration.




How many days of trails will be offered?


We will have 4 days of trails. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.




Will my stock Land Rover with no modifications be able to participate in this event?


Yes, each day’s offering of trails will include easy, medium, and hard trails to make sure everyone with any vehicle is happy.




Will there be organized activities on Wednesday?


Yes, Wednesday will be a team building/sponsor and vendor day. More details on what this day will look like very soon.




Will you be negotiating any special pricing on hotels and/or outside camping facilities?


We have secured The Old Spanish Trail Arena (OSTA) as the location to use for Group Camping. We believe this will be the most convenient option for people looking for a single spot to call home for the Rally. There is room for 100 tents, and there are a number of fire pits. OSTA will be the location of the GARR Registration check in, daily vehicle staging, and evening events. $10/night ground tents - OSTA will set aside the center of the Race Track for ground tent campers. $25/night dry camping - Vehicle based campers, and this includes Roof Top Tents will be able to set up outside the Race Track. $30/night electric hook up - RVs that want electric hook up will be near the barn/stable. Please contact the OSTA directly to reserve your spot and arrange payment. (435)259-1311




When can I show up and check-in for the event?


Check-in will open Sunday afternoon and be offered each morning as well. Please refer to the calendar of events for exact timeline.




If my plans change and can’t attend, will you be offering cancellations/refunds?


Yes, up until 60 days before the event you may cancel and receive a refund.




Who will be leading trails on the daily trail runs?


We will be vetting qualified trail leaders and are always looking for those experienced individuals that know Moab trails well. Please reach out to us via the contact page if your interested in helping lead trails.




Are you looking for any Land Rover related product sponsors for the event?


Yes, if you are interested in partnering with, we have several very nice sponsorship packages available. Please reach out via our contact page and we will tell you more.