We met up at 11am and hit the trail by 11:30. The sun was out, but the temps were definitely not as warm as Saturday. The wind wasn't blowing too hard, but it was bone chilling! The trail was in good shape, with most of the snow pretty packed down by other travelers. The first couple spur roads we took had a fair amount of snow, but nothing really challenging.
The views from this trail were even more incredible that the views from Lefthand.
We played around a bit before finding a couple good rocks to pose on.
The whole trip we were in search of some challenging stuff, and our maps said "Moab Hill" was the most difficult thing in the area. After a fair bit of searching, we finally fell upon Moab Hill. The hill was a few slabs of red granite just like Moab. Although in dry weather this provides great traction, the hill was covered in snow ice and mud, making it very challenging.
After Moab Hill, there was just a lot more snow to bash through. We completed a bunch of loops and had another great day of wheelin. Halfway through the day Vince did back into a tree and damage the driver corner of his JK pretty bad, but in his words, "Oh well. I guess that's wheeling."