The aftermarket Jeep parts supplier, Extreme Terrain, is giving away three separate 4 day / 3 night trips to major off-road destinations as part of a promotional contest. A single contestant will win the whole lot. He and his (or her) guest will be flown to California’s Rubicon Trail, Moab in Utah, and Ouray in Colorado. Once there, they’ll be given the use of a Jeep Wrangler with which they can explore the trails.

Read the rest of the post for additional details culled from Extreme Terrain’s press release.

Contest entry page


The Rubicon
Part road and part 4×4 trail, the Rubicon is carved through 22 miles of gorgeous Sierra Nevada rock and is the arguably the most recognizable 4×4 trail in existence. Originally a Native American trail used to link the Sacramento Valley with Lake Tahoe, The Rubicon has since become an off-roading Mecca.

Sierra Nevada range, west of Lake Tahoe and about 80 miles (130 km) east of Sacramento.

6867 ft.


Moab, Utah
Moab, Utah’s stunning red rock scenery is considered one of the most breathtaking on Earth. It’s also home to two national parks—Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park—and to Dead Horse Point State Park which overlooks the Colorado State River. The vastly rich natural scenery positions Moab as the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

With over 30 off-roading and Jeeping trails available, there are just too many to list individually. Yearly events such as the Easter Jeep Safari drawing thousands of off-roaders and the Jeep brand out to test their yearly concept vehicles.

Eastern Utah, just northeast of Canyonlands National Park

5,653 ft.


Ouray, Colorado
Surrounded by nearby ghost towns and old mining sites, many of which are only accessible by Jeep, Ouray, Colorado provide endless opportunities for off-roaders of all skill levels. With its rugged terrain and magnificent views, Ouray lives up to its title as the “Jeeping Capital of the World.”

San Juan Mountains, Southwestern Colorado

7,700 ft.