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We are headed over to Moab with the Teryx in a few weeks, I have been over there a bunch of times with my Jeep and done a lot of trails, but never with the side by sides. Everyone going with us will be experienced drivers, but we are taking our young kids. So I am just looking for suggestions from any of you as to which trails you may have taken over there? Also what psi would you suggest running on my BH 27" tires? Thanks for any info you may share. Chad
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We are headed over to Moab with the Teryx in a few weeks, I have been over there a bunch of times with my Jeep and done a lot of trails, but never with the side by sides. Everyone going with us will be experienced drivers, but we are taking our young kids. So I am just looking for suggestions from any of you as to which trails you may have taken over there? Also what psi would you suggest running on my BH 27" tires? Thanks for any info you may share. Chad
We just got back from Moab (what an awesome place!!).

As for your young kids use your best judgment but I would stick to the easier trails like Fins and Things, Kane Creek or Sand Flats/Porcupine Rim.

After the kids are done and want to stay at camp I highly recommend Moab Rim, Cliffhanger, Steel Bender (in the right direction) and if you dare Pritchett Canyon . All but Pritchett Canyon you should have a blast with little to no damage (most of the hard lines have a go around) but if you go up Pritchett Canyon be sure its at the end of your trip and give yourself all day.

As for the tires I ran (and most others) 5 psi but 6 or 7 maybe a little easier on the rims for the faster stuff...

Hope this helps! Have fun and be safe!

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I would say hells revenge but stay out of hells gate, escalator and the tubs with the kids. 7 mile rim is a fun trail along with gemini bridges...Easy run is hurrah pass/ chicken corners.
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