Moab is insanely beautiful, you already know that, but do you know the very best way to see it? On The Beast! At the Grand Company, you can hop on our open cab vehicle made for family-friendly fun to experience it all from the best (and safest) view. The Beast sits on huge, 46-inch tires and has stadium seating so the whole family can participate in the adventure. We’ll take you through ancient dino territory, breathtaking climbs and descents that are sure to thrill, and Slickrock roller coasters in style. Everyone has a four-point harness in the vehicle, and it has an eight-point roll cage for added safety. More security means less stress so you can enjoy the sights and experiences to the fullest.

Hell’s Revenge is about 7 miles of pure excitement, with obstacles throughout the entire ride. This certainly is not your typical Sunday drive, and you’ll want to be prepared with closed-toed shoes, sunscreen, and plenty of courage. Hell’s Revenge didn’t get its name until 1973 when Dan Mick decided to brave this drive with his friend George Schultz on a hot, summer day. Popular obstacles include the Escalator, Black Hole, Mickey’s Hot Tub, and the Lion’s Back. You’ll also be able to see breathtaking views of the La Sal Mountains, Abyss Canyon, Negro Bill Canyon, and the Colorado River. Although this drive is one of the most popular ones in Moab, you don’t want to challenge the rough terrain without advanced equipment and proper experience. We’ve had to rescue several underprepared thrill-seekers off this route in the past with our recovery services. The full trail can take about 3-4 hours to navigate, but our family-geared tours are offered at 1.5 or 2.5 hours so you can pick your thrill level limits.

Our expert navigators are friendly and informative throughout the experience. Ask them questions—they love to share their knowledge about the area and all its fascinating history! If you’re completely on the fence about experiencing Hell’s Revenge, check out the many YouTube videos online to get an idea. It’s popular for a reason, and you’ll quickly see why. It may look terrifying in personal videos, but remember that at the Grand Company, we do this all the time and ensure the safest experience you can get while maximizing adventure. Braving this feat is impressive, and you’ll want to capture every moment for the gram! Be sure to hashtag your experience for others to see, too. People flock from around the world to experience Moab’s one-of-a-kind adventure.

If you truly are petrified of heights, however, you may want to sit this one out at one of Moab’s amazing restaurants or art galleries. Your family can meet up with you later to lower their heart rates after the exhilaration of The Beast. From art galleries and museums to local breweries and fine dining, you’re sure to find something to please your palate. As local experts, we are happy to give personalized recommendations for your family’s trip.

Moab is full of adventures for the entire family. There is no time to be bored in this action-packed town. Moab is known for Utah’s iconic arch, but there are tons of other things to do while visiting. Check out the numerous hiking trails, delicious restaurants, and a variety of popular sites and activities. 

Hell's Revenge A Must-See Experience

A great pick while you’re in Red Rock Country is Hell’s Revenge. This red rock trail has steep climbs and descents, with some edges providing a good challenge for those afraid of heights. Get a professional tour for this trek and the whole family can enjoy it safely without missing any hot spots—including dinosaur tracks! 

Scenic Views in Moab, Utah on Grand Company's Guided Off-Road Tours

The Colorado River Sunset in Grand County Utah

Another great choice is to check out the stunning Colorado River. The Colorado River cuts its way through the red rocks providing a beautiful setting for hiking, biking, or enjoying a serene picnic. You can also find sunset dinner cruises for a truly relaxing experience or a river raft tour for some added adventure. 


National Parks in Moab, UT

Canyonlands and Arches National Park offer a plethora of choices for adventure seekers and drive-through lovers alike. Canyonlands covers over 337,000 acres and includes the very accessible Island in the Sky district, the Needles, the Maze, and Horseshoe Canyon. Mesa Arch is a popular, kid-friendly hike that can’t be missed when you visit Canyonlands. Arches National Park has over 2,000 natural rock arches to explore, with the famous Delicate Arch being the most visited. There is an easy overlook hike for Delicate Arch as well as the more strenuous full hike taking you right up to this beauty. Balanced Rock and Skyline Arch are also very popular, doable hikes to check out with the kiddos. 

Other amazing destination spots include Dead Horse Point State Park, Castle Valley, the La Sal Mountain Loop, rock art sites on Highway 279, Hole ‘N the Rock, and so much more. With all this outdoor adventure, don’t forget Moab’s downtown life! There are numerous restaurants, art galleries, museums, and gift shops to enjoy. The great outdoors has a lot to offer here, but the town’s entertainment is just as exciting. From Moab’s food truck park to fine dining, you will definitely find your next favorite haunt while in town.

Restaurants & Dining in Moab

The Jailhouse is a charming, historic diner offering delicious comfort foods. The Sultan Mediterranean Grill is newer to town bringing Greek and Lebanese delights. Sunset Grill is the oldest operating restaurant in Moab, sitting atop Main Street’s hills with delicious food and a breathtaking view. Desert Bistro adds a Southwest spin to fine French cuisine, offering a unique fine dining experience. Or opt for a classic brew and burger at Moab Brewery for a perfect finish to a day of adventure. 

Off-Road 4x4 Adventure & Scenic Tours

The Beast Grand Company Hell's Revenge Tours in Moab, Utah

There are truly too many options to list for things to do and see in Moab. Moab is a must-go destination in Utah with the guarantee that you’ll be entertained and impressed no matter what you choose. To see it all in the best way possible, book an off-road 4x4 tour and get a personalized thrill-pumping experience from a wild and very memorable ride. Don't miss out on the most adventurous and incredibly scenic tours from Grand Company while visiting, Book Now.

If you are in the Grand County Moab, UT area and are looking for a fun adventure, then you cannot miss the Hell’s Revenge Trailhead. A word of caution though, this course is reserved for experienced drivers only (if you’re going at it alone), as the rugged terrain along with tough turns can take a rookie by surprise. However, if you have gone off the beaten path before or feel ready to take on this beauty, then we invite you to let Grand Company help you with matching you to the right tour for you—including tackling Hell’s Revenge.

For some, taking on this course has been a life-long dream, while others are just adrenaline junkies looking for the next great quest. Regardless of your reason for visiting this course, one thing is for sure: you will not be disappointed. With a name like Hell’s Revenge, you know things will be intense. This 6.5-mile trail has the ups, downs, and all the fun you expect from an all-terrain vehicle course.

Family Fun is Riding Through Hell's Revenge

At Grand Company we count on the most coveted all-terrain vehicles, such as our Rock Buggy, The Beast, Side by Sides, and of course Jeeps. Getting muddy from bumper to bumper is not only encouraged, but rather expected. At Grand Company we understand that not all visitors might be ready for Hell’s Revenge, which is why we also offer a wide variety of tours and family-friendly activities.

Those with the bravery to opt for Hell’s Revenge are encouraged to come prepared with comfortable closed-toed shoes and optimal clothing for the weather that day. Clients oftentimes choose the Beast for this course because of the high clearance and open layout that gives views in all directions (while providing the best security thanks to the eight-point roll cage, of course). However, this open layout also exposes you the most to the elements, so it’s a good idea to bring sunglasses or eye protection because you never know what surprise the next bend will hold.

Topnotch Off-Road Adventure

If you are getting ready to brave this adventure solo, you might prefer the adrenaline spike that only the Rock Buggy provides. This vehicle can take up to two passengers plus our experienced driver who will get your heart racing in all the right ways while keeping you safe and sound.

Being open to the elements, mud, and dirt isn’t for everyone, which is why the Hell’s Revenge tour is also available in a Jeep. This option comes with the added bonus of enjoying sights of the Arches National Park and an eagle’s eye view of the Colorado River. Don’t be fooled though, because the steep slopes will still make this ride one to remember.

There is a reason Trip Advisor reviews say that Hell’s Revenge did not disappoint, and many reviewers write that they are definitely returning on this adventure. Do you have what it takes to tick this off your bucket list? Stop putting off the inevitable and book a tour on the adventure-filled Hell’s Revenge.

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