The Rangely Rock Crawl Park is maintained by the Rangely Rock Crawlers Club. The park features many steep rock faces, with “waterfall” obstacles and exposed climbs suitable to longer wheelbase, low center-of-gravity vehicles. Body damage and rollovers are likely. Not for the faint of heart.
It is approximately 90 miles from Grand Junction to Rangely on Highway 139 over scenic Douglas Pass. A tow rig is highly recommended. The group will caravan to the park and then unload at the staging area within the park. From there, the trip leader will choose which trails to lead, usually with input from the group.
Highlights: Big adrenaline-inducing climbs will test your skill and your nerve
Minimum Requirements: 38” tires, winch, locking differentials, full cage.