Jeep Jamboree – 33rd Arch Canyon
Set in the heart of Utah’s remote canyon country in the scenic high red-rock desert, this Jamboree takes you through the area of cliffs the Anasazi Indians called home. Participants can view ancient inscriptions and dwellings up close. One of the two trails we use traverses Arch Canyon. Lunch is held within a short hike to the arch that gives the canyon its name. The other trail is more challenging and leads to Hotel Rock, named after its Anasazi dwellings. Limited to a low number of Jeeps, this Jamboree offers a more intimate and friendly setting than most. Meals are served outdoors under large cottonwood trees at the canyon mouth, with overnight rustic camping permitted. Hotel accommodations are located in nearby Blanding.