Each Sidekick Off Road Map features:
- A State Map showing where the trail is located.
-A Vicinity Map (shown online) to guide you to the area where the trail is located.
-A Detailed Topographic Map drawn to scale. The topographical map guides you through the trail or area by showing roads, 4x4 trails, creeks, washes, gates, trail difficulty ratings, camping locations and points of interest that are numbered to correspond with the Trail Guide.
-A Trail Guide describes the trail or trails through the area. Full color photos are used to help show the area.
-The General Information (shown online) section provides background on the area.
-The Statistics Section (Stats) gives all the vital information about the area. For example: costs, nearest hospital, land manager's phone number, camping information, limits, etc..
-The Off Road Tips section includes safety, equipment and driving techniques.
THIS MAP: Published 2004.
A new map of this popular backcountry area in southeastern Utah. Includes written trail information and map locations for over 25 safari trails. Includes full color topographical map, general information, GPS coordinates, color pictures, and statistics.
The southeastern Utah town of Moab is world famous for its scenic and recreational opportunities. Situated on the Colorado Plateau, the geology of the area is quite varied and gives Moab its considerable charm. From alpine mountains to sandy deserts, Moab offers it all to the backcountry explorer. It could be said that Moab's greatest attraction is its "slickrock" -- petrified dunes of sandstone that delight four wheelers, motorcyclists and bicyclists alike. Moab is a must-visit destination for those with adventure in their veins. Its beauty, history and, to the four wheeler and backcountry explorer, hundreds of miles of old mining roads and 4x4 trails make it a place that will never be forgotten. Most who visit return again and again, drawn by a strange pull that seems to emanate from the hoodoo red rock formations and the towering La Sal Mountains.