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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Hells Revenge and Fins and Things are within the Salt Flats Recreation Area and they require a fee to use. This is NOT the same thing as a permit to run trails with a large group. What's lame is that you would still need a permit on top of the entrance fee for those trails.



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    There's a reason why Cindy and I stopped doing big runs out there. If you guys can get this figured out, we'd love to try and make it out.
    I remember when she stopped us coming off of cliffhanger. Biotch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Hells Revenge and Fins and Things are within the Salt Flats Recreation Area and they require a fee to use. This is NOT the same thing as a permit to run trails with a large group. What's lame is that you would still need a permit on top of the entrance fee for those trails.



    Cool. Jennifer will be your contact and she's pretty serious about her job.



    There's a reason why Cindy and I stopped doing big runs out there. If you guys can get this figured out, we'd love to try and make it out.
    All of this is why Im done with Moab and large groups. Its ridiculous what you have to go through just to run as a group, add to that much more if you plan on using any pictures for commercial use.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    All of this is why Im done with Moab and large groups. Its ridiculous what you have to go through just to run as a group, add to that much more if you plan on using any pictures for commercial use.


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    Ill handle the headache of getting it set up, you just gotta show up for this one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I remember when she stopped us coming off of cliffhanger. Biotch.
    LOL - what was really lame is that we weren't even that big of a group. Of course, when I opened my big mouth to note as much, that's when she started asking about our decals and saying how she was going to "look into us".

    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    All of this is why Im done with Moab and large groups. Its ridiculous what you have to go through just to run as a group, add to that much more if you plan on using any pictures for commercial use.
    I've been going to Moab a very long time and it wasn't always like this. I think social media changed things for the worse.

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    Hopefully mid summer will help with the crowds and Social media junkies and keep them at home.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Hopefully mid summer will help with the crowds and Social media junkies and keep them at home.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird 11 View Post
    I was there in the middle of July the summer before last. Had poison spider and metal masher all to our selves.

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    That would be great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Hopefully mid summer will help with the crowds and Social media junkies and keep them at home.


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    It's hot as all hell in August, there won't be any crowds. Social media has just brought a lot of attention to the area and the people who use it. In spite of what we'd like to think, there are a lot more people who venture out to Moab other than Jeepers and they aren't to thrilled to see us out there. To be fair to the BLM, they don't necessarily go around looking to bust people per se but but they do need to respond to complaints that are filed. Big groups tend to be big targets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    It's hot as all hell in August, there won't be any crowds. Social media has just brought a lot of attention to the area and the people who use it. In spite of what we'd like to think, there are a lot more people who venture out to Moab other than Jeepers and they aren't to thrilled to see us out there. To be fair to the BLM, they don't necessarily go around looking to bust people per se but but they do need to respond to complaints that are filed. Big groups tend to be big targets.
    For sure, makes sense. Well start chasing down the proper permits this week.


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    Me and the wife would like to do this, never been to these places and would like to meet you all.

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