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  • Enjoying Park City with AWD Rentals

    February 20, 2018

    Park City - A Unique Utah Experience While prospecting the backside of Park City's rugged mountain range during a snowstorm in 1868, Fort Douglas Federal Army soldiers didn't have access to a 2018 Subaru Outback as the go-to mode of transportation. A Park City car rental in the mid 1800s consisted of a well bred horse and a newly hand-made buckboard wagon...if you were lucky. Most customers were most likely promised an athletic quarter horse, only to find an aging Appaloosa at the rental counter. Not much has changed since the 1800s in Park City Rental car companies..........OR HAS IT!!

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  • Top Trails to Take Your Jeep Rental in Moab

    January 22, 2018

    Moab, Utah in a Jeep: Renting Is Easy. The Trails May Not Be. If it’s rugged, backcountry driving you crave, visit Moab. You can rent a Jeep Wrangler for the day or the week, and explore dozens of off-road trails. To rent a Jeep, just reserve your pickup time at AWD Rentals. We can get you out exploring the phenomenal off-road trails that beckon the bold. Here's our favorite trails in Moab, Utah for Jeeping. Fins & Things Fins & Things is a fun trail with soft, sandy sections that are great for drifting Side X Sides, and steep rock formations to climb in your ATV or Jeep.

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  • The Best Car Rental Zions National Park

    January 20, 2018

    A car rental near Zion National Park will not only get you where you need to go, but give you the freedom to explore one of America's National treasures at your own pace. Click here and see the cars! Zion National Park: experience twisting mountain roads, tunnels, and breathtaking vistas in your Zion Car Rental. Trust us here at AWD Rentals, if you have never visited the narrow roads and winding ascents of Zions National Park, it is not something you want to do crammed inside of a fifty-foot long tour bus while your anticipated venue pas

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  • How to Rent a Car

    January 10, 2018

    Traveling to a new city, visiting old relatives, or taking an annual trip to the mountains might be on the agenda this year. Whether it’s a leisurely trip or a business venture, renting a car might be a step you have to take. When renting a vehicle, there are many things you have to consider. Below we’ve listed five factors to keep in mind when renting a car: 1. Size of Vehicle 2. Car Capabilities 3. Vehicle Features 4. Additional Insurance 5. Paying Online or Over Phone Consider Size, Capabilities, and Features When Dealing with a Car Rental When deciding on a c

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  • Where to Take Your Jeep Rental in Park City

    September 20, 2017

    Choosing an AWD Vehicle for Your Adventures To tackle any terrain in Utah, you'll need an All Wheel Drive vehicle. Cruising over mountain passes or unpaved roads through dirt and mud to get to hidden bike paths or campgrounds near Park City will give you an unprecedented appreciation for Mother Nature. We've compiled a few of the very best of where to take your Jeep rental in Park City: Park City Has Plenty to Offer Park City, Utah is a world-class destination featuring special events, fine dining, shopping and the Greatest Snow on Earth. But outside the city limits you'll find amazing ou

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  • Five Cool Places To Visit In Utah You May Not Know!

    March 10, 2017

    Five cool places to visit in Utah you may not be aware of: --- 1.  Bryce Canyon https://www.nps.gov/brca/index.htm 2.  Zions National Park  https://www.nps.gov/zion/index.htm 3.  Canyon Lands National Park  https://www.nps.gov/cany/index.htm 4.  Big Rock Candy Mountain  http://geology.utah.gov/map-pub/survey-notes/geosights/big-rock-candy-mountain/ 5.  Dead Horse Point State Park  https://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/dead-horse/

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  • Bears Ears National Monument

    https://suwa.org/issues/bearsears/ On December 28th, 2016, Bears Ears National Monument became the 12th National Monument in the United States to be managed by the National Forest Service.  The now former President of the United States, Barrack Obama, used his authority under the Antiquities Act denominating the 2,112 square miles of Souther Utah land officially as Bears Ears National Monument.  There is now a new layer of protection for some of the most breathtaking places in souther Utah:  the incredible canyons of Cedar Mesa running towards the San Juan River and White Canyon to the w

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