Trail of the Month

 The TOM departs from the North parking lot of City Market at the Departure Time listed for each trail. CB Channel 10

Be sure to bring a lunch, plenty of water and a full tank of gas.  We look forward to seeing you! 
If departure of any trail changes or a night run is scheduled, that will be reflected in advance on this page the month before the run. 
CONTACT: Mark Pope, TOM Committee Chairman 435-259-6360.

Note that Red Rock 4-Wheeler guidelines require 35" plus tires, additional traction devices (e.g. Lockers), enhanced suspension, and high ground clearance for 6-rated trails.

  • In June, the TOM visited Eagle Canyon and Black Dragon Canyon in Emery County.  Twenty vehicles turned out for the trail, with a significant number of participants gathering afterwards for a great dinner at Ray's Tavern.  Thanks to Bill Wehrli for organizing and leading this event.
  • In July, the Trail-of-the-Month navigated the Copper Ridge trail.  Fourteen vehicles participated.  The day was hot, but everyone stayed cool and had a good time.
  •   The club is looking to increase its presence in and support of offroad activities in Emery County. To that end, all RR 4-Wheelers are invited to participate in the 2022 Melon Days Parade in Green River on September 17.  Check with Bill Wehrli 303-807-5289 for details.




Trail of the Month 2022

Date Trail - (CB Channel 10)   (rating)

Departure time

August 20 Adobe Mesa w/return over a portion of the Kokopelli Trail (LaSal Pass was scheduled, but is still closed due to the Pack Creek Fire earlier this year.) 9:00am departure from City Market.  



9:00 am
September 10 Monitor/Merrimac Moonlight Run   3 TBD
October 8 Metal Masher Tip Toe   5 9:00 am
November 19 Dry Mesa   4 9:00 am
December None - Have a nice Holiday      

*  8:00 am Departure time from Moab, regroup/meet/depart at 9:00 am in Green River See Above for meeting place


The trail of the month selection is being kept to a rating of 3-6, any higher than that and the attendance drops.  The committee is asking new people who are learning to be trail guides to guide the trails knowing that there will be an experienced mid and tail gunner who know the trail that can help.  To contact someone on the committee, use the Contact tab to send us an e-mail.  E-mails are monitored and answered daily.