Look into visiting Hole In The Rock on the north/west side of the Colorado River, out of Escalante, UT. There’s epic pioneer history there, including the remains of a cantilevered dugway built to get wagons down to the river.
I'd noticed a slow leak that I had checked out at the tire shop, but they found nothing. I dealt with it for months, filling the tire every 10 days, or so.
My brother, his son, and I decided to take off across Utah's West Desert in search of the Topaz Mountain Japanese Internment Site near...
I have these in my Tacoma without a topper. I've never had water get into the drawers or the ammo cans. I've run in rain, snow, and car washes, and have never had any sign of water infiltration.
I did 3 days on the White Rim Trail last month and got a little bit of dust in them, but nothing...
I agree. I’ve not done the Utah Traverse, but if you take the dirt roads, it can be a 5-day trip in itself.
Stay mostly on pavement, with a side trip or two, and you could get across in 2 easy days and have 3 days in Colorado.
I just finished the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands. My tire chains saved the day.
I got stuck halfway up the north slope of Murphy Hogback on a sheet of ice. Going forward was impossible, and I had no steering control to back down.
So I pulled out my chains, put them on, and self-recovered...