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Trail Hero Education

Trail Hero Education is a series of classes and lectures to help attendees of Trail Hero learn new and exciting ways to off-road safely and responsibly. Classes are $10.00 each and some will contain exclusive merchandise sales at the end of the class. Elevate your off-road experience and learn from the best in the business. Sign-up by clicking the button below.

Off Road Recovery & Winching Techniques

The off-road recovery and winching techniques master class is an Independent class covering how to safely recover stuck vehicles using ropes, winches, snatch blocks, traction boards, and more. If you wheel, you have probably been stuck! This class covers entry-level requirements and setups to advance your skills to get you or your friends unstuck quickly and safely. Whether you have never done a recovery or have been doing recoveries for 20 years, it’s always important to expand your knowledge to keep yourself and others safe.


This class will cover topics such GPS, topographical maps, compass and emergency navigation. Feel prepared and confident to be able to navigate your way out of any situation.

Mental health

Come learn how to assess and proceed if you or someone you come in contact with experiences a mental health crisis. Also learn some ways to keep your mental health in good shape.

First aid*

Our teacher will cover basic first aid techniques to help anyone feel confident with a lower level injury highlighting the best practice for most common situations out on the trail.

  • Basic trauma identification
  • Bandaging techniques
  • When to move or not to move someone
  • Tourniquet use and safety
  • Fractures and splints

Fight for Moab (Blue Ribbon Coalition)*

Recently the Bureau of Land Management closed over 300 miles of off-road trails in Moab. Come learn the steps we can take to get these trails reopened and prevent future closures.

Every year thousands of acres are at risk of being shut down for off-road use. This is in part done by our government and in part a response to how our public lands are taken care of and managed. This class covers both political and personal actions that can be taken to protect our trails and land use.

RA Supercar Rally – Nov. 11, 2023

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The Racing Anxiety Supercar Rally is a rally that brings people of different backgrounds together for a single cause: to reduce suicide by improving the lives of those who struggle with mental health challenges especially those who have served our great nation. The funds generated through this rally will be used to further our mission of education, self development and community involvement, while simultaneously normalizing conversations about mental health and removing the negative stigma associated with it.

The entry donation requirement minimum is $6,000 and includes:

  • Golf tournament entry (Plus one)

  • Breakfasts (Plus one)

  • Dinners (Plus one)

  • Accommodations (for two)

  • Radio Rental

  • Awesome Swag Bag

  • Daily wipe-down by trained crew members

  • Photos

  • Videos

  • Supercar transportation

  • An opportunity to make an impact in the lives of veterans and others who struggle with mental health challenges.

The route will include _________ Miles while passing through, INSANE NUMBER of states. As the cars stop each night a traveling wall of honor supporting veterans, or loved ones facing mental health challenges will be set up for the public to come see and get involved. The route will begin near Hurricane UT and end in Las Vegas NV days before the Formula 1 race!

Discounts available to drivers who are capable and willing to take a veteran along for the duration of the rally.

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Summit Tour 2021

This year our tour starts in Logan, Utah, where you will check in, sticker up, and cash out on all the awesome swag from our sponsors. This is where you will also meet the people you are sharing this experience with, our amazing pit crew, sponsors, and attendees. Once orientation is over it is time for the fun to begin. The next five days will be full of challenges, victories, tears, smiles, mountains, and most of all summits. Every day will be a mix of training, trails camping and special challenges with one goal in mind: get everyone to the summit. Reaching the summit is not only about physical elevation gain, it is about every step, every problem, every setback. Reaching the summit is about carrying on when everything seems to be an uphill battle. On this tour you’ll find an internal summit as well as the 1,300’+ peaks we will be ascending before the close of the event in Montana. ”


Each vehicle needs to be highway legal, registered, and insured. Each driver needs a valid US Driver’s license. Unregistered participants are not allowed in participating vehicles during the event.
If you do not have all of the required equipment, let us know! We may be able to get you covered for the duration of the trip.
Required Equipment
  • Valid US Driver’s License
  • State Registration
  • Proof of Insurance
  • First Aid Kit
  • Spare Tire
  • GMRS Radio, (Our personal recommendation click: Here)
  • Spare Fuel (50 mile range min)
  • Spare Water (3 gallons per person)
  • Shovel
  • Jack
  • Recovery Straps
  • Shackles
  • 32″ Tires Minimum
  • overnight camping gear
  • Must be able to pass safety inspection
Recommended Equipment
  • Winch
  • Roll Cage
  • Off Road Bumpers
  • Front Locker
  • Rear Locker
  • Off Road Lights
  • Skid Plates
  • Basic Tools
  • Air compressor
  • Tire Gauge

Shared Agenda

  • Check in
    • August 14th Launch: 8:00 AM
    • Logan, UT
  • Gift bag delivery
    • Each vehicle will receive a gift bag prepared by our sponsors.
    • Additional prizes will be awarded throughout the event.
  • Sticker package application
    • Each vehicle will run the full sticker package for the duration of the event.
  • Food
    • Group meals are available.
    • $5 per person per meal.
    • Breakfast and Dinner will be provided.
  • Daily Trainings offered
    • Wilderness Survival
    • Recovery Training
    • First Aid
    • Mental Health Crisis Training
  • Camping
    • We will be spending every night in a 5 million star resort.
    • Each person is expected to bring their own gear for nightly camping. If a hotel is necessary, please let our team know as soon as possible so accommodations can be booked. All accommodations will be at the expense of the attendee.
  • Mission accomplished
    • The event will end Friday, August 18th at 5:00 PM in Montana.

Every day of the Summit Series Tour will include a drivers briefing, training segment, and most importantly: off road trails. This year we will be starting in Logan, Utah where you will meet the group and receive your sticker package, gift bag, and first driver’s briefing.

Each day will follow a similar schedule: Breakfast will be held (most important meal of the day, right?) followed by training for the day, a driver briefing and then dirt. After a day of trail riding and adventure, we will set up camp, have dinner, and retire for the evening.

Each day will reveal a new part of the journey. Only the necessary information will be given to the drivers, keeping you on your toes for the duration of the trip. Each day is going to be epic.

At the end of the trip we will have a final debrief where the last of our prizes and awards will be handed out. The event will close at 5:00 PM on Friday the 18th of August in Montana. You’ll have the rest of the weekend to explore the beautiful mountains of Montana, or take your time to make your way home. It is common for participants to do an additional day.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us on the form below.

We love our great nation and everything it stands for and we carry the US flag over every inch of distance covered on the entire trip. The veterans are tasked with this responsibility and at the end of the event they award the flag to any guest, or pit crew member they feel earned it the most. The flag is folded at the close of the event while the attendees learn about the 13 folds of the flag, and the symbolism of each fold.

Our vets put it all on the line for our freedom and our great nation. We have partnered with Hero For a Day and Trail Hero to sponsor veterans who wish to join us on the tour. Some veterans may not have a rig, so if you have space for a vet in your rig let us know and you may get your entrance fee covered.

  • Our veterans help moderate the daily challenges by forming a council. The council allows the veterans to participate in the challenges with their team, and judge the results.

Closing Ceremonies

  • At the closing ceremonies, the veterans retire the flag and are given the time to give a short address to the attendees of the event. While participation in this is voluntary, usually all of the veterans share their thoughts with us at the close of the event.
  • Veterans also participate in the final flag ceremony and award the event flags to whomever they nominate.


  • Our amazing sponsors have always made an emphasis on supporting our veterans. Hero For a Day¬†and Trail Hero in particular support the veterans who attend the event, as well as working closely with us at other events throughout the year to support the veteran community.

Have any questions? Reach Out!

There is a $50 application fee. It will be refunded at the beginning of the Summit Tour. It is non-refundable if you cancel. This is an event that is centered on Veterans and their families.