1st Time to the SXS Adventure Rally?

Is this your first time attending the the SXS Adventure Rally at Sand Hollow? If so you may have some questions about what to expect. Below is some important information that will answer many of your questions. If you still can not find the answers you are looking for, feel free to contact us!

Q: Where is the SXS Adventure Rally at Sand Hollow?
Hurricane, Utah. Sand Hollow State Park. 3351 South Sand Hollow Road, HURRICANE, UT 84737, USA

Q: Where is the Rally Headquarters?
A: Event headquarters are located at the "Staging Area" at Sand Hollow State Park on the South side of the lake past the South Side Boat Ramp. Follow the signs and you can't miss it!

Q: When is the SXS Adventure Rally?
November 7-9 2019, Nov 12-14 2020.

Q: How much is the SXS Adventure Rally?
$125 per person for online registration. (or $45 per day) This INCLUDES a SXSAR event T-Shirt, breakfast each morning and 3 days of guided adventures.
$135 Onsite Registration at the event. (or $45 per day) November 9-11th and breakfast each morning. (*Onsite Registration DOES NOT INCLUDE an event T-Shirt.)
Saturday Raffle dinner is $5 but comes with a free raffle ticket for the big Raffle while you eat.
Children 10 and under are free (This DOES NOT INCLUDE a SXSAR event T-Shirt.)

Q: What does my registration fee cover?
Your registration includes 3 days of guided trail rides, event T-shirt (for those that register online) swag bag full of goodies from the SXS Adventure Rally and many other vendors and sponsors, all BLM & School Lands and Trust fees, sales tax, 3 breakfast meals, opportunity to talk with the top vendors in the industry, participation in UTV games (additional fees may apply), and a chance to win many raffle prizes.

Q: Is the registration fee the same for drivers and passengers?
Yes. Insurance, dinner, T-shirts, and all BLM fees are the same amount for both drivers and passengers, therefore, registration fees are the same for those that wish to attend the event.

Q: Can I drive my SXS/UTV around town?
The answer is YES! Just not on SR9.   Please remember that you can now get a license plate for you UTV so not having will become an issue soon.  

Q: Can I change my trail selections once selected?
Yes, but on a limited basis. We will do our best to fit you on your desired trails, once our BLM limit is full, that trail will not be available unless somebody drops out.  PLEASE do not “drop in” on a trail.

Q: Will my stock side by side work on the trails at Sand Hollow?
Yes. We offer many different options for the stock machine. Any Red level routes must be 60" minimum SXS.

Q: Are helmets required?
No, but they are highly encouraged.

Q: What equipment do you recommend?
Basic repair tools, tire repair kit, spare belt, misc parts. Along with personal basics such as water, snacks, lunch, sunscreen, jacket, rain gear, first aid kit, camera and extra memory cards! Our trail guides will have a gear bag with them at all times with some of the items handy to have out on the trail too. 

Q: Are there Side x Side rentals available?
The SXS Adventure Rally itself does not have rentals available. However there are many great companies that offer Side X Side rentals at Sand Hollow and in the city of Hurricane, UT. A simple internet search will bring those up for you.

Q: Are ATV’s allowed at the SXS Adventure Rally?
No. Your vehicle must have a steering wheel and roll cage.

Q: What is the weather like in Sand Hollow this time of year?
The normal max temp is 82 with the normal low temp of 50.  It is a good idea to be prepared for rain as we have seen it rain at the rally before. A rain slicker & jacket are good to have along with you.

If you register onsite you may or MAY NOT get the trail selections that you want to run. We advise you to preregister online for the highest chance of running the trails that you want to explore. All trails have minimum and maximum participants, the SXS Adventure Rally reserves the right, at their sole discretion, to cancel scheduled trails. If that happens, we will do our best to substitute trails of equal difficulty.

Have additional questions? Feel free to contact us.