Trail of the Month

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.

APRIL TOM: In April, twenty one vehicles turned out for a unique tour of the Behind the Rocks area which included views into Kane Springs Canyon with stops at Picture Frame arch and Balcony arch. Thanks to Russ Walker for planning the route and leading the trail, and to Gene Day and John Larish for help with officiating.


MAY TOM: The trail of the month in May will visit Dome Plateau.  Trail leaves City Market at 9:00 am on May 18, and will briefly regroup at the Dewey Bridge Campground before leaving pavement around 10:00 am.




Trail of the Month 2024







May 18th

Dome Plateau


9:00 am*







June 15th

Green River #1 - Devil's Racetrack


9:00 am**







July 20th

Monitor/Merrimac Moonlight Run


6:00 pm*







August 17th 

Tommy Knocker


9:00 am*





September 14th

Seven Mile Rim


9:00 am*





October 19th

Green River #2


9:00 am**







November 16th

Poison Spider Mesa


9:00 am*








None - Happy Holidays





(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.)

                 *  Trails depart from the north parking lot of the City Market, 425 S. Main St in Moab, UT

**  Trails depart from the Maverick in Green River, 1475 E. Main St in Green River UT

All participants in RR4W events are STRONGLY encouraged to carry a functioning CB radio.  For the more difficult trails, the trail leaders often communicate important information about navigating challenging obstacles.  Trail leaders also make an effort to point out points of interest or share historical details along the route.  You will not have the same experience if you just ride along in silence.