Back in Rhode Island, I used to own a 1987 AMC Jeep Wrangler.
A fine vehicle for exploring the old tote and coach roads of northern New England. And though backpacking is my favorite passion by leaps and bounds, getting into the thick woods of my native New England never failed to bring delight.
Camping by the lake, hearing the cry of the loons, and watching the dark night sky in some of the last wild lands left on the East Coast will always be some of my fondest memories.
And now that I am in Moab, I see people are seeking something similar. A way to access and enjoy the wild lands that does not involve a hike, bike, or a paddle.
As an adjunct to the guided hikes, I’ll also be partnering with a local company to be offering RZR Tours all over the Colorado Plateau.
We’ll be heading deep into the wild places and enjoy remote canyons, ancient rock art and dwellings, and other sites known only to locals.
As part of the services that myself and other colleagues will offer, we’ll be able to bring the overnight experience to you as well. Enjoy the spectacular night sky of Utah, the smell of sage in the air, and seeing a limitless horizon deep into red rock country. We’ll be preparing delectable meals, scrumptious desserts, and cold beverages to delight the palette.
More information to come in the weeks ahead, but I am excited to be offering another way for people to experience the outdoors, nature, and wild spaces in The Colorado Plateau. All through the wonders of the internal combustion engine.