I posted it as its a good example of an inexperienced driver in Moab. Something we get a fair share of every year and that's great. But we as trail leaders need to ID them and do our jobs to prevent events like this to the best of our abilities. What always amazes me is how fast it happens on the high traction slickrock surfaces. I also think the recovery was pretty good. As Kevin pointed out could have been better.
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