You can bring your own 4x4 trail-rated vehicle with you or rent a Jeep Wrangler through one of our approved local Jeep Rental businesses.
Mandatory Vehicle Requirements:
- 4x4 with low range (4Low) transfer case.
- Tow points in front and back of vehicle, attached to the frame of vehicle. Receiver hitches or aftermarket bumpers with clevis or D-ring anchor points are acceptable alternatives.
- Full size spare tire; emergency spares are not sufficient.
- Street legal with proper license plate and insurance.
- Several models by Jeep, Toyota, Nissan, Land Rover etc. are excellent choices and meet the above requirements. If in doubt please contact us to make sure your vehicle is accepted. If you think about bringing your pick-up truck it has to be small or mid-size. Full-size pick-up trucks are too big due to some trail restrictions.
- Modest body modifications and suspension lifts with bigger tires (37” limit) are acceptable.
- 20-foot tow strap with looped ends (no metal hooks) with a minimum of 7,000 lb. tow capacity rating is recommended.
- Off-road tires recommended (regular street tires are more prone to getting damaged.)
- For questions or clarifications please contact us at email@example.com.
If you don’t own one or if you don't want to bring along your own 4x4 vehicle, you have the opportunity to rent a Jeep Wrangler from one of our approved local Jeep Rental businesses. Jeep Wranglers seem to be the vehicle of choice and are what are mostly offered for rent. 2- and 4- door models with hard or soft top are available. Depending on the date of rental (seasonal) and model of vehicle, rental rates start approx. at $160/day plus applicable taxes. You will also have to present collision and comprehensive insurance coverage on a vehicle in your name which will protect you when renting a Jeep. Please check back with us for the latest pricing at firstname.lastname@example.org . We have negotiated special rates for our participants. However, the actual rental agreement will be between you and the rental company.