Continuing my last set of Moab photos from April's Moab Easter Jeep Safari ... These shots are from our Pritchett Canyon run. Pritchett Canyon has some of the most difficult obstacles in Moab. It's rated as a 9 of 10, with 10 being the hardest. The trails in the canyon are 4.5 miles in length, with 14 additional miles after the exit. 37" tires, front and rear lockers, and a winch are required to run this trail! The canyon walls are hundreds of feet tall in spots and my photos do it absolutely no justice. Enjoy.
4 - First flop of the day - I did capture the full series, but I like these two shots best.
5 - Hard hit.
6 - This really shows the sheer walls of the canyon when compared to the Jeeps. The Jeeps in these photos are on 37" tires with 3.5" lift (Very tall).
10 - My office.
This was such an incredible trail to experience - especially as I was not wheeling in my Jeep! More to come as time (And my memory) allows.