Posted by Jordan Gerblick on 10/27/2017 to
If you're at all familiar with Stage 3's off-road shenanigans, you've probably noticed a lot of wooded areas and forest backdrops. Well this time around we're taking our trucks across Arizona's northern border for a change of scenery, and we need your help deciding which trails to take on! We have a few locations picked out already, but we won't have time for each one, therefore we're turning to our community of off-road enthusiasts for some advice. Hit the jump for complete details!
Now for the run-down: we have six locations in total. We figure we'll have time to hit three of those locations, therefore we're splitting them up into three "sets." What we want from you is to pick your favorite out of each set of locations, leaving us with three places to tear up until the sun comes down - and well afterward.
Once you decide on the locations, leave a comment on this blog letting us know what you chose. Here's how it should work. Down below you'll find three numbered sets of locations. For each number, choose the location where you most want to see Stage 3. So your comment should have three locations, ideally numbered the same way the sets are below.
One more thing, if you're familiar with the area and feel like we're missing out on the prime spot for off-roading, don't hesitate to let us know! You don't necessarily have to choose from the options we selected, but we will end up going with the locations with the most votes. We're newbies when it comes to Utah off-roading, so don't be shy. Anyway, without further ado, here are the sets of locations to choose from:
1. Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah vs. Coral Pink Sand Dunes in Kanab, Utah
Both of these locations are primarily sand dunes with plenty of open area for high-speed runs. Sand Hallow has more climbing and higher elevations while Coral Pink is more flat and open.
2. White Tower Kanab Creek in Kanab, Utah vs. Toquerville Falls in Toquerville, Utah
Both of these trails involve water, which will allow us to test out our trucks in muddy situations. Each location will cover approximately five miles.
3. Poverty Flats in Mount Carmel Junction, Utah vs. Little Creek Mountain in Hurricane, Utah
This hilly, elevated terrain will put our suspension systems through the paces. These locations will get us incredible views that we'll share with all of you.
Our three newest projects are being put to the test this time! After a week in the shop, we're hoping these bad boys are more than prepared for the Utah trails. We'll have some pretty sweet action shots of the new upgrades when we come back, but for now tune into our Instagram
pages and check out the current project pages for our 2017 F250 6.7L Powerstroke
, our 2017 F150 3.5L EcoBoost
, and our 2015 F150 3.5L EcoBoost