Three Great Off Road Trailer Trips for 2017 Featured

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Are you making plans for your 2017 Off Road Trailer Adventures? We've come up with three great options for amazing trips with your Adventure Trailer, Teardrop or Tent Trailer.



1) Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument (Utah)

You want remote? You got it! GSENM in southern Utah spans 1.9 million acres, and boasts a large network of roads and trails (over 1,000 miles by our count). Some are suitable for 4x4 & ORT exploring, as long as they're dry.
Make sure you check current conditions and the forecast before setting out on your journey.

Explore the Scenic Backways for an even more amazing experience!

Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument Backroads

Image courtesy BLM Flickr Account


GSENM Map - Off Road Trailer | Hema Maps

2) Outer Banks (North Carolina)
One of the must-do trips if you're planning to explore the eastern United States. The Outer Banks in NC are one of the best places in the country to take your 4x4 on to the beach, and careful driving will allow you to bring your trailer as well. Make sure you're aired down, you stay in the tracks, and you'll need a beach driving permit to enter Cape Hatteras National Seashore.

Outer Banks NC 4x4 Driving

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Outer Banks Map - Off Road Trailer | Hema Maps

3) Death Valley National Park (California)
This one may be better for the off-season (think September->April), due to the extreme summer temperatures.
Death Valley is the hottest, driest, and lowest national park in the United States. It's a study in extremes. Snowy peaks in the winter give way to vast fields of wildflowers before the temps soar and become almost unbearable (and dangerous) during the winter months. There are several tracks across the valley just ready for you to explore.

Death Valley Adventure - Image courtesy of Expedition Portal

Image courtesy of Expedition Portal


 Death Valley Map - Off Road Trailer | Hema Maps

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