Easter is this weekend, and no matter what your faith, it is likely you’ll take part in the traditions of painting eggs and eating candy or you at least know about them. If you’re a Jeep fan, there is an even better non-religious tradition to celebrate… the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. Check out the video from the safari last year:
This year, Jeep is filling the Easter baskets of car enthusiasts with six new concept vehicles including three Jeep Wranglers, two Jeep Cherokees and a Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicles have been specially tuned, customized and painted just for this weekend’s event. However, unlike most concepts, these Jeeps aren’t just for show.
“We look forward to putting these new Jeep vehicles in their proper environment and receiving important feedback from our most loyal customers at their favorite annual off-road gathering,” said Mike Manley, President and CEO – Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC in a Jeep press release.
While you won’t find the same kind of rock climbing that is available in Moab at the Easter Jeep Safari here in Rochester Hills, there are some great places up North where you can take your Jeep off-roading and enjoy all the trail rated features.