We invite you to join us for the Winter 4x4 Jamboree held in Hurricane, Utah, (2 hours from Las Vegas) January 14-16, 2021. This spectacular event features world-class rock crawling combined with gorgeous views of Zion National Park, Pine Valley Mountain, Sand Hollow Reservoir and more! You can also choose less challenging trails beginning with ratings at a 2. The Winter 4x4 Jamboree is a non-competitive trail run event for high clearance 4x4 vehicles. Groups of participants are led on rated trails by experienced trail leaders and helpers. Trails are rated on a 10 point scale, where a rating of 1 would be for graded roads that may be easily traveled by most cars and a rating of 10 is for purpose-built vehicles (buggies) with sophisticated suspensions and drivetrains operated by expert drivers.
The number of vehicles on each trail is limited to ensure participants have an enjoyable experience. Early registrants will have the most choices as we close trails when the limit is reached. More technical trails are limited to groups of 10 and other trails may have up to 25 vehicles. Because of the different capabilities of full-size vehicles (Jeep, Toyota, Samurai, buggy etc.) vs. ATVs / UTVs, we are limiting the event to full-size vehicles only.
The staging area at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Hurricane features individual lanes and starting times assigned to each trail. Registration will open on-line Dec. 7, 2020. Your selected lanes and starting times will be in your driver packet to be picked up by you the day before your selected trails depart the Fairgrounds.
We will be adding more vendors to the 3-day Vendor Show. We will also be adding new trails and features to the event. Stay tuned for updates. On Friday, each attendee (18 years and older) will have a card that will have all our Vendors’ logos on it. Once you have visited every booth and received a sticker you can enter the card in a free drawing for valuable prizes.
This Event is organized and run by the very dedicated volunteers from non-profit 501 (c)(3) organizations. Desert Roads and Trails Society (Desert RATS) manages the event with substantial assistance from Utah Public Lands Alliance (UPLA). Last year, thanks to all our sponsors and attendees, we were able to donate $50,000 to UPLA, Utah 4 Wheel Drive Association, Washington County Search and Rescue, and Share Trails/Blue Ribbon Coalition. These groups work tirelessly to keep our trails open, safe and available to our sport.
FLAGS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL SAND MOUNTAIN TRAILS! Trail Flags can be purchased on site. Other merchandise can be purchased at our store here. Please note that Jamboree apparel is available on-line for pick-up at the event but there will be no apparel sales on site.
NO ALCOHOL WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE TRAILS OR AT THE FAIRGROUNDS!
You will be asked to leave and the local authorities will be notified if you are not complying with our rules.
Registration is easy as 1, 2, 3!
You can create your account anytime, so start now and get informational email updates automatically sent to keep you informed about each step toward Jamboree, including the opening of trail registration!
First, if you haven't done it previously, create an account on this website It’s free. If you have already created an account, do not create a new one - just log on to your current account.
Second, if you haven't done it previously, provide information about your vehicle’s make, model, license number, and modifications (to ensure you will be capable of reasonably running the trails you wish to sign up for). If you already have created one or more vehicles, please update them with new information, if necessary.
Third, Once trail registration opens Dec. 7, you will be able to register for the trails you would like to run. Click on the large REGISTER button on the home page, select your trails and order your official Jamboree apparel. Add this all to your Cart and then Check Out.
Note: If you have friends/relatives you want to register, have them create their own account with vehicles. We need a different driver name and license number for each vehicle on the trail. OHV tags can be used as license numbers for unlicensed vehicles.
Another note: If you are a return participant please understand that Covid-19 has forced a few changes. There will not be a dinner at Jamboree but we will have food trucks available with a variety of cuisines. There will be a raffle, as usual, with thousands of dollars worth of off-roading gear up for grabs. There will also be an auction for a few top-shelf items and there will be a cost-free kids’ raffle. Masks must be worn at all indoor events.
And finally, a special note regarding the ongoing pandemic: We reserve the right to alter this schedule as necessary to conform with any local and/or state regulations regarding a response to the nation’s health crisis. This could include cancellation of the event. Please monitor our website for the most current information.