ICYMI: Jeep Tackles Legendary Lion's Back Ridge

One of the most intense obstacles in Moab, Utah is a 65-degree climb up a large sandstone ridge known as The Lion's Back. The ridge was very popular among the 4x4 community until it was closed to the public in 2004. Climb the ridge involves navigating up several hundred feet of steep slope. Once at the top, drivers perform a very careful multipoint turnaround before descending the same path.

To celebrate the brand's 75th anniversary, Jeep obtained rare permission to tackle the formidable climb with two Wranglers and a Grand Cherokee. Fortunately for us, they filmed the whole thing.

Here at Park Chrysler Jeep, we're proud to represent a brand as legendary as Jeep. If you're looking to add some adventure to your garage, we'd like to invite you to come visit us for a test drive, and see what the Jeep brand is all about. We're looking forward to serving you.

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