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Rick Russell’s Off Highway Adventure Video Series now includes a third Moab video that features Hell’s Revenge Trail, rated Most Difficult, which traverses slickrock and sandy washes. The 4×4 trail also crisscrosses the famous “Slickrock Bike Trail.” Both trails make steep climbs and descents that keep you at the edge of your seat during most [...]

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