A Sprinter Van Adventure through Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

A long weekend through Utah's National Parks

Start Date

October 15, 2018

End Date

October 19, 2018




In October, we partnered with Venture Vans for a grand tour of Utah's five National Parks, with a unique twist - each team of four piloted a fully equipped Mercedes Benz Sprinter Van along the route. At each stop, members received geocaching coordinates, courtesy of our friends at Geocaching, to help  find specific drops in each park, earning points along the way on hikes, at visitor centers, and more.

The team with the most points was crowned winner upon our arrival in Las Vegas!

We picked members up at Salt Lake City in their fully equipped Sprinters, and dropped them off in Vegas for their return flights four days later. Folks showed up ready for their adventure. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, all teams  gathered together at a Hipcamp campsite for a delicious dinner, bonfire, and some very special surprises. Bolt take care of everything in camp, and at the end of the night, hop back into your Sprinter to bed down on a comfy mattress.

Each Venture Van had all of the comforts of home, including an eight-foot tall roof, solar panels for charging gear, a sink, refrigerator, two burner range, outdoor shower, toilet, swiveling captain chairs and much more. When members wereready for bed, the pop top became one of two full sized beds, fitting four adults for a comfortable night's sleep.

$800 per person, all inclusive of Sprinter rental (based on quadruple occupancy, bring a tent if you'd like to sleep under the stars!), breakfasts and dinners from Thursday night through Sunday night, diesel for the Sprinters, all campsite fees, entry to all five National Parks, and plenty of surprises along the way.

Not included: alcohol at camp, lunches during the day

Bolt's trips are only available to members of the community who have gone through our Discovery Process and invested in our community. Learn more:

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