Solo Red Rock Trip in my Chevy Tahoe Camper

After spending most of 2020 climbing in my DIY home gym or in the area around SLC, I was itching to head to some new crags. Unfortunately, February is still pretty cold and snowy to be able to do any climbing around SLC or even most of Utah. So I decided to head down to Red Rock Canyon near Las Vegas where the weather is warm and the rock is dry.

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First Outings with my Chevy Tahoe Camper Conversion

Shortly after building my very own camping vehicle, and publishing my guide on how you can do it too, my state (and country) went into a stay at home lockdown due to the COVID-19 virus. Unfortunately, this meant that I didn’t get to take many of the trips I was planning at the start of the year but once the restrictions were eased a bit, I started to take some small trips to some of the more remote areas near me.

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The beautiful Joe's Valley climbing area.

Low Budget Camper Conversion Using a Chevy Tahoe

My partner and I do a lot of camping and we tend to go to some pretty remote areas. I’ve always liked the idea of something like a Class-C camper or a conversion van but most camper vans just don’t have the clearance or the off-road capabilities that I felt we would need when we are way off the beaten path. Then one night, I was scrolling through the KSL Cars app (if you know Utah, then you know KSL) and I had the idea to build a dedicated camping vehicle with 4×4.

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