Bronco Nation Attending

Bronco Safari 2023

Moab, UT, USA

By Bronco Nation Community (Administrator, 821211)

START DATE Tuesday May 2, 2023 at 10:00 AM GMT-04:00

END DATE Saturday May 6, 2023 at 6:00 PM GMT-04:00

Event Type

trip

Region

South West

Terrain Type
rock_crawling

Difficulty

moderate

About the event

Bronco Nation Attending
Come out and join the Utah Bronco Club for Bronco Safari 2023 in Moab.

Event details

Come out and join the Utah Bronco Club for Bronco Safari 2023 in Moab.
  • Hang out with hundreds of other Bronco fans and sponsors
  • Participate in organized trail rides with trail leaders
  • Enjoy the big show and shine with vendor participation and attendees judging at the Old Spanish Trail Arena
Registration for Bronco Safari is open: https://www.broncosafari.com/WP/event-registration/

Tickets

Price: $165

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Comments

Rank III

Feb 23, 2023

#1
9E060CBD-BFF4-441D-B777-18051472AECC.jpegI will be in attendance with my Badlands 2-door 2.3L manual on 37’s. Hope to see more members there. BN#1229.
Tzrtony, jparker

False

Feb 23, 2023

#2
My wife and I will be there. Stock 4-Door Badlands with SAS.
jparker, TK1215

"Billy Ray"

Feb 23, 2023

#3
Already registered so I'll be there in my 2022 BRaptor. BN #110714. Glad to hear BN will be in attendance and look forward in meeting other BN members.
Aloha, jparker
Moderator

Rank VI

Mar 01, 2023

#4
Looking forward to joining! Going to finally do Offroadeo with my dad and hang out with you all for a few days after. Trying to pack in as many trails as possible! I have to replace all my lost footage from EJS last year. 😥
"Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt" - John Muir
"The mountains are calling, and I must go..." - John Muir
BN #0120
jparker, Laura
Moderator Staff member

Administrator

Mar 01, 2023

#5
Looking forward to joining! Going to finally do Offroadeo with my dad and hang out with you all for a few days after. Trying to pack in as many trails as possible! I have to replace all my lost footage from EJS last year. 😥
Aw man, you lost footage? That's such a shame :( Let's resurface you towing the BN trailer 😅 You were weighed down but we appreciated it!

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2021 Oxford White 2-door non-Sas Mid package 2.7L/10-speed Badlands with MIC top
2021 Carbonized Gray 2-door Sas High package 2.7L/10-speed Badlands with MIC top
Keeping the Jeeps: stock '89 XJ and 3.5" lifted '00 XJ on 31s
jparker, brnc_o_vrlndr
Moderator

Rank VI

Mar 01, 2023

#6
Aw man, you lost footage? That's such a shame :( Let's resurface you towing the BN trailer 😅 You were weighed down but we appreciated it!

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Yes! Even had to borrow Tyler’s hitch ball. 🤫. She’s riding a little low but didn’t complain too much.

I lost any action camera footage from that trip and some others. An iCloud mishap. I was sick about it.
"Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt" - John Muir
"The mountains are calling, and I must go..." - John Muir
BN #0120
Laura

Rank III

Mar 03, 2023

#7
Wife and I are in. Just registered. Looking forward to see everyone there. (So how do I add myself to the attendee list?)

False

Mar 03, 2023

#8
Wife and I are in. Just registered. Looking forward to see everyone there. (So how do I add myself to the attendee list?)
On mobile, scroll all the way to the very bottom of this page and click the RSVP button.
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Deano Bronc

Rank III

Mar 03, 2023

#9
On mobile, scroll all the way to the very bottom of this page and click the RSVP button.
9B5EA6ED-8553-4F09-AF8B-ADA330F4774D.jpegThanks

Rank V

Mar 04, 2023

#10
Want to attend is there a date of when the the bronco base camp will be opening for registration for this event ?
Tahotrvlr

Rank V

Mar 07, 2023

#11
Is Top of the World on the agenda?
Moderator

Rank VI

Mar 07, 2023

#12
Is Top of the World on the agenda?
I hope so! I am planning on doing Chicken Corners and Lockhart Basin with my dad before the tent sites are open. I would love to run top of the world, even if it is not on the agenda.
"Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt" - John Muir
"The mountains are calling, and I must go..." - John Muir
BN #0120
Moderator Staff member

Administrator

Mar 07, 2023

#13
Want to attend is there a date of when the the bronco base camp will be opening for registration for this event ?
We are aiming for this Friday, but we'll keep you informed!
2021 Oxford White 2-door non-Sas Mid package 2.7L/10-speed Badlands with MIC top
2021 Carbonized Gray 2-door Sas High package 2.7L/10-speed Badlands with MIC top
Keeping the Jeeps: stock '89 XJ and 3.5" lifted '00 XJ on 31s
Tzrtony, ramonrza

Rank V

Mar 09, 2023

#14
Is Top of the World on the agenda?
We usually run Top of the World a few times, last year it was on the schedule for Wed, Fri and Saturday which was a sponsored run by Tom's Offroad. We will publish the official list about a week before the event. If you have any other questions let me know.

Richard Strope
President ~ Utah Bronco Club
Sdge, robatl067

False

Mar 09, 2023

#15
We usually run Top of the World a few times, last year it was on the schedule for Wed, Fri and Saturday which was a sponsored run by Tom's Offroad. We will publish the official list about a week before the event. If you have any other questions let me know.

Richard Strope
President ~ Utah Bronco Club
Thanks for the update! This is my first time exploring Moab and I want to weigh my choices heavily on site-seeing. So I would rather do a level 3-4 trail with amazing scenic views over a level 5-7 trail that’s more enjoyable to rock crawl. And I have ti drive the Bronco home, so level 8+ are most likely an no-go.
bhartness, Laura

Rank V

Mar 09, 2023

#16
Thanks for the update! This is my first time exploring Moab and I want to weigh my choices heavily on site-seeing. So I would rather do a level 3-4 trail with amazing scenic views over a level 5-7 trail that’s more enjoyable to rock crawl. And I have ti drive the Bronco home, so level 8+ are most likely an no-go.
Here's the funny thing about Moab, the trails change all the time. ToW used to be a 4 now it's a 6 which is the same as PSM. I lead both of those trails last year with plenty of 6 gens following me and we didn't have any problems other than Tyler being Tyler and breaking stuff on ToW lol. We use the RR4W trail ratings now so you can hop over there and look through it https://www.rr4w.com/Trails-Home.cfm . If you have a sasquatch Bronco you'll be surprised where it'll take you in Moab 6 & 7 trails are fine stock. I'm a big fan of scenic trails like secret spire and copper ridge personally.
Sdge, brnc_o_vrlndr

Rank V

Mar 11, 2023

#17
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See you there 🤘🏻
Scottweisen, Laura

False

Mar 11, 2023

#18
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See you there 🤘🏻
I think my Bronco just peed a little.
Mikes2021Bronco, TK1215
Moderator

Life is a Highway

Mar 11, 2023

#19
At least it was just pee…I may have been touching cloth🤣

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