Warm up your vocal cords and inject adventure into your life on Moab Hell’s Revenge Moab Tour sitting behind the wheel of a powerful 4×4 UTV. Experience the exciting terrain and take control of navigating steep inclines and heart-gripping descents. 

The tour’s knowledgeable guides will sprinkle fun facts along the way as they lead your convoy of side by sides, by the end of which you will feel a real sense of accomplishment because you are a Hell’s Revenge Survivor!

Meet your small group at your chosen departure time and hop into your 4-seater Kawasaki Teryx 4, the off-road machine in which you’ll be conquering Moab’s challenging terrain at the wheel or in the passenger seat.

After a safety briefing, you won’t feel time passing as you navigate the narrow paths of Hell’s Revenge Trail, full of heart-pounding steep ridges and roller-coaster slopes.

Follow your experienced guide along a thrilling route that takes you crawling up a rock incline called the Devil’s Backbone. Hold on as your 4×4 jostles along the slick rock formed from Navajo sandstone before you descend to the bottom of the narrow canyon named Lake Michigan for the water that pools from rainfall.

Make a brief stop to marvel at the fossilized dinosaur tracks near Lion’s Back before you proceed to Echo Canyon, also known as Abyss Canyon. Admire the views of towering sandstone cliffs above an oasis of cottonwood and willow trees.

Activate your inner adventurer as you step off the beaten path to an overlook for dramatic views of the mighty Colorado River and soak in breathtaking views of the La Sal Mountains on your way back to Moab.

Both kids and adults will be fascinated by fossilized dinosaur tracks by Lion’s Back, revel in ricocheting proclamations of a good time at Echo Canyon, and marvel at the La Sal Mountains, and the Colorado River. The Hell’s Revenge Moab Tour will convert even the least adventurous members of the group into adventure junkies and leave everyone equally speechless.

According to moabtourismcenter.com. Source of photos: Internet