Hump’N’Bump 2024 will be Nov 7th – 10th

Registration opens August 17, 2024 at 8am

If you have any questions, please visit us on Facebook at humpnbump2024 or send us an email at info@vv4w.org. We will update this page as additional information becomes available.

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What’s Hump’N’Bump?

Hump’N’Bump is an internationally recognized, low-speed, three-day event, where participants are guided over existing trails of varying difficulty in and around the Logandale trails and Valley of Fire recreation area. The open nature of the scenic trails and very low speeds allows for larger groups with negligible impact to the environment.

Since 2009, Hump’N’Bump has been based at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale, NV. The area provides an excellent venue for our event with a bandstand stage, tables and bleachers. The location also provides hookups for up to 122 RV’s and there is a large grass area for tent camping.

The event includes three days of guided trail rides, vendor booths of various products, spectator events, training seminars, bonfire, and special events that change annually. On Saturday night, after everybody has returned to the fairgrounds from the trails and had a chance to relax, we all move to the Glen Hardy building for a delicious dinner. Shortly after dinner, we have a raffle for all kids 12 and under, where each child wins a prize. Following the kids’ raffle, we start the main event raffle, featuring thousands of dollars worth of prizes generously donated to our event by our amazing sponsors.

How does Hump’N’Bump help the community?

Proceeds from our non-profit event are donated back to the community to help keep our public lands open for off-road vehicles, and to continue to provide local land access for future generations. Some of the great partners and causes supported through donations from our most recent event include:
1 October Fund • 22 Warriors Foundation • American Cancer Society • Blue Ribbon Coalition • Boy Scouts of America • Bureau of Land Management • Cappalappa Community Center • County Commission Marilyn Kirkpatrick • Friends of Metro • Friends of Red Rock Canyon • Jessi Combs Foundation • K9 for Warriors • LVMPD – Northeast Resident Division • Moapa Valley Fire District • Moapa Valley Ham Radio Club (W7MVR) • Moapa Valley Library • Nevada Offroad Association • Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth • Partners In Conservation • Perkins Field Flying Club • Project 150 • Red Rock Search and Rescue • The Shade Tree • Southern Nevada Pug Rescue • Southern Nye County Search and Rescue • Total Karnage • Tread Lightly • United Four Wheel Drive Association • Utah Public Lands Alliance • Valley Of Fire State Park • VFW Post 8336.

How Can I Volunteer for Hump’N’Bump?

Stop by one of our club meetings and talk to
our club President and event Chairman, Kevin Bailey.
Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays
of every month, at 6:30pm at the

Tap House
5589 West Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146

Can’t make it to a Wednesday meeting?
Send us an email and let us know how you would like to help!
info@vv4w.org

Hump’N’Bump
Volunteer Positions Available:

Pre-Event Planning
Registration
Apparel & Raffle Ticket Sales
RV Parking & Fairgrounds Set-up
Trail Guides & Trail Set-up
Crowd Control, Safety, & Security
Dinner & Raffle Night Crew
General Fairgrounds
Saturday Night Raffle/Dinner Clean Up
Sunday Post-Event Clean Up
Trash Duty

2024 Event Pricing & Itinerary Pending

Information Subject To Change

2024 Event Pricing

Prices below valid for online pre-orders only. On-site prices during the event will be higher. Prices subject to change.

Event Registration

Vehicle Registration –
Each vehicle registration includes:
– one off-road vehicle
– 3 days of trails
– a trail flag
– a badge of honor
– 5 free raffle tickets
– registration for as many passengers as you have seat belts
– a goodie bag for every child 12 and under registering with you (please indicate # of kids so we can make sure to have enough goodie bags!)
Trails – Included in registration
Vehicle registration includes three days of trails.
Our event does not charge per trail/per day.

$85.00 (Early Registration Price, Online Only, From 8/17/24 – 9/30/24)
$95.00 (Regular Registration Price, Online Only, From 10/01/24 – 10/23/24)
$105.00 (On-Site Registration Pricing At Event)

Camping Reservations at Hump’N’Bump Camp – Clark County Fairgrounds (Optional)

RV Glamping Spot –
RV spot for 1 RV for the entire H’N’B event
Includes H2O hookup and power (bring your own hose)
Reservations must be made through Hump’N’Bump’s official event registration. Please do not call Clark County Fairgrounds to reserve your spot.

$75.00 (Early Registration Price, Online Only, From 8/17/24 – 9/30/24)
$85.00 (Regular Registration Price, Online Only, From 10/01/24 – 10/23/24)
$95.00 (On-Site Registration Pricing At Event)

 

Boondocking Spot – $60.00
Camping spot for 1 RV, or vehicle with onboard pop-up tent, for the entire H’N’B event
(Only available in the northeast fairgrounds)
Does not include H2O hookup or power
Limited availability on a first-come, first-served basis
Boondocking spots are designed to allow you to spread your gear out, including your camp, trailers, and your rigs. Each space is limited to an area approximately 50’ by 50’. These are not group sites; each individual attendee is required to purchase a boondocking spot pass.
Reservations must be made through Hump’N’Bump’s official event registration. Please do not call Clark County Fairgrounds to reserve your spot.
Family Tent Camping Site – $50.00
Tent spots for 2 tents for the entire H’N’B event (power not included)
Tent Camping Site – $40.00
Tent spot for 1 tent for the entire H’N’B event (power not included)

Saturday Night Dinner Reservations (Optional)

Adult BBQ Dinner
Catered by: Trailhound Smokers BBQ
Order in advance to guarantee your reservation (on-site availability not guaranteed)
$30.00 (Early Registration Price, Online Only, From 8/17/24 – 9/30/24)
$32.50 (Regular Registration Price, Online Only, From 10/01/24 – 10/17/24)
$35.00 (On-Site Registration Pricing At Event)

 

Adult BBQ Dinner Menu for 2023
  • Two selections of meat from these three choices: slow cooked/smoked award-winning pork butt w/bun, slow cooked/smoked award-winning beef brisket (smoked onsite), grilled chopped chicken thighs in BBQ ginger teriyaki sauce
  • Two selections of sides from these four choices: mixed grilled veggies, green beans with bacon, southwest cream corn, cold macaroni salad
  • Dessert: assorted cookies or Texas sheet cake
  • Beverage: assorted regular and diet soft drinks, ice tea, or bottled water
Meals for kids 12 and under – $10.00
Catered by: Trailhound Smokers BBQ
Meal includes choice of hamburger or hot dog, drink, chips, dessert, and a toy.
Order in advance to guarantee your reservation (on-site availability not guaranteed)

Also Available (Optional)

2024 Event Tees – $20.00 to $24.00
Beanies & Hats – $14.00 to $24.00
Raffle Tickets – Pricing Varies

2024 Event Schedule

Updated: 04/12/24 (Times and information subject to change)

Thursday
9:00 am – Fairgrounds Open to Attendees for Hump’N’Bump powered by Vegas 4×4 & Off-Road
9:00 am – Tech Inspection Opens
12:00 pm – Registration Opens – Sponsored by Moonlight Productions Inc.
12:00 pm – Raffle Ticket & Apparel Sales Opens at Merch Trailer 
4:30 pm – Campfire – Main Stage – Sponsored by American Off-Road Customs
5:00 pm – Vendor Area Opens
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Trail Launches*
*(Line Up Begins 15 Mins Prior To Launch – Includes Drivers’ Meeting)
6:00 pm – Mobile Beverage Cart 
6:30 pm – Kids’ S’mores Time at Campfire – Sponsored by Armbruster Industries & Team Acme
7:00 pm – Movie & Popcorn
8:00 pm – Vendor Area, Registration, Raffle Tickets, and Apparel Sales Closes
10:00 pm – Quiet Time: Generators Off, Music and Noise Down Please

Friday
7:00 am – Registration Opens – Sponsored by Moonlight Productions Inc.
7:00 am – Tech Inspection Opens
8:00 am – 9:00 am – Trail Launches*
*(Line Up Begins 15 Mins Prior To Launch – Includes Drivers’ Meeting)
12:00 pm – Raffle Ticket & Apparel Sales Opens at Merch Trailer 
1:00 pm – Trail Launches*
*(Line Up Begins 15 Mins Prior To Launch – Includes Drivers’ Meeting)
1:00 pm – Vendor Area Opens
2:00 pm – Kids’ Fun and Games – Sponsored by Armbruster Industries
5:00 pm – Mobile Beverage Cart
6:00 pm – Kids’ Time – Main Stage – Sponsored by Armbruster Industries
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Trail Launches*
*(Line Up Begins 15 Mins Prior To Launch – Includes Drivers’ Meeting)
7:00 pm – Vendor Area, Registration, Raffle Tickets, and Apparel Sales Closes
7:00 pm – Campfire – Main Stage – Sponsored by American Off-Road Customs
10:00 pm – Quiet Time: Generators Off, Music and Noise Down Please

Saturday
7:00 am – Registration Opens – Sponsored by Moonlight Productions Inc.
7:00 am – Tech Inspection Opens
8:00 am – 9:00 am – Trail Launches*
*(Line Up Begins 15 Mins Prior To Launch – Includes Drivers’ Meeting)
9:30 am – Registration Closes
12:00 pm – Vendor Area Opens
12:00 pm – Raffle Ticket & Apparel Sales opens at Merch Trailer 
2:00 pm – Kids’ Fun and Games – Sponsored by Armbruster Industries
3:30 pm – Raffle Ticket & Apparel Sales closes
4:30 pm – Vendor Area Closes
5:00 pm – Glen Hardy Building – Staff Dinner 
5:30 pm – Glen Hardy Building – Dinner Time Line Up, Doors Open – 
6:00 pm – Dinner Service Starts
6:30 pm – Ice Cream Time
6:45 pm – Kids’ Raffle – Sponsored by Armbruster Industries
7:15 pm – Raffle Time
9:30 pm – Glen Hardy Building Clean Up Time — Please Help Us Clean Up
10:00 pm – Quiet time: Generators off, music and noise down please.

Sunday
8:00 am – Glen Hardy Building Clean Up Time — Please Help Us Clean Up
8:00 am – Time to Break Camp and Clean Up Campsites
Please help us leave the Fairgrounds cleaner than before we arrived; we have a reputation for that. If you are able, please take your trash to the trash barrels and even help us collect the bags from the trash barrels, and take to the huge dumpster provided to us by Republic Services.
12:00 pm – Event Closes…. See Everyone in 2024!

2024 Hump'N'Bump Trail Information

Hump’N’Bump event registration includes participation in your choice of trails on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. We also offer bonus, optional night runs on Thursday and Friday, for people who would like to experience Logandale in the dark. Trail rides are guided by a team of skilled volunteers familiar with the route and obstacles on the trails they are guiding. Trails are rated for difficulty on a more widely utilized scale of 1-10. Driver’s skills and vehicle capabilities are evaluated to make sure they are a good fit for the trails selected.

Search through the list of trails below to see trail descriptions, trail ratings, and minimum equipment required for each Hump 'N' Bump run. We've also added some photos, so you can get a better idea of what to expect for the various trail ratings throughout the Logandale Trail System.

Want to be a Trail Guide?

Stop by one of our club meetings and talk to our Trail Boss. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of every month, at 6:30pm at the

Tap House
5589 West Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89146

Can't make it to a Wednesday meeting?
Send us an email and let us know which trails you would be interested in running.
info@vv4w.org

Hump'N'Bump event trail options: Logandale Trails Systems (LTS) - Southern Nevada

Visit the LTS Website for more information.

SXS 13 Mile Loop - Trail Rated 3

Trail Rating: 3 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 28"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

13 Mile Trail, or 13 Mile Loop as it is sometimes called, is an extremely scenic and stock-friendly trail that tours virtually the entire Logandale Trails System. Great for beginners or those just looking for a leisurely and scenic run. Includes some fun playing in the dunes as well! 13 Mile Loop accesses a multitude of trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Scenic trail but requires some skill and airing down. Involves driving on soft sand and small dunes. This trail passes two wonderful sites that will show you native petroglyphs. Arguably the most scenic trail in the Logandale Trails System. It is not unheard of to see many varieties of wildlife indigenous to the Southern Nevada area, such as Big Horn Sheep. Also features two optional obstacles to introduce you to rock crawling.

SXS Fast & Furious - Trail Rated 3

Trail Rating: 3 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 28"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

Created in 2023 for the side-by-side community, and designed to be a fast-paced, enjoyable trail ride. No major obstacles, and the skinny pedal will be your friend throughout this adventure.

13 Mile Loop - Trail Rated 3

Trail Rating: 3 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 28"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

13 Mile Trail, or 13 Mile Loop as it is sometimes called, is an extremely scenic and stock-friendly trail that tours virtually the entire Logandale Trails System. Great for beginners or those just looking for a leisurely and scenic run. Includes some fun playing in the dunes as well! 13 Mile Loop accesses a multitude of trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Scenic trail but requires some skill and airing down. Involves driving on soft sand and small dunes. This trail passes two wonderful sites that will show you native petroglyphs. Arguably the most scenic trail in the Logandale Trails System. It is not unheard of to see many varieties of wildlife indigenous to the Southern Nevada area, such as Big Horn Sheep. Also features two optional obstacles to introduce you to rock crawling.

Bitter Springs - Trail Rated 3
Trail Rating: 3 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 28"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

The Bitter Springs Back Country Byway connects Interstate 15 to North Shore Road that surrounds Lake Mead by following old mining roads and washes through the Muddy Mountains. A major site to be seen is the multicolored sandstone formations known as the Buffington Pockets. Tracks from the Old Spanish trail (later known as the Mormon trail), a path created by Spanish explorers in 1776 and later by settlers and miners heading west, can be seen crossing the trail. This area has attracted people throughout time due to the springs and water holes. Evidence of this can be seen in the petroglyphs, pictographs, rock art,  ant hill shaped roasting pits. Settlement in the area created mining ventures. Old borax mines can be seen, where sandstone was quarried. There is plenty of extraordinary views and landscapes to be seen along the byway. Wildlife in the area includes wild horse and bighorn sheep. During Hump'N'Bump we do not enter National Park Service land, as we turn around in the major wash and treat this as an in and out trail.

Rock'N The Narrows - Trail Rated 3
Trail Rating: 3 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 28"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

See the rocks of Logandale from the comforts of a 3-rated trail. This entry-level trail ride lets you experience a little bit of everything. The trail leader will take you on a tour of Shedder Bowl, Rock Bottom, and the beginning of Bronco Falls, introduce you to some of the smaller rock outcroppings to test your Rock'N skills, lead you through the mini-sand dunes, and then wrap things up with a trip into the wash for The Narrows.

Sword & Stones - Trail Rated 3

Trail Rating: 3 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 28"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

Looking for an adventure? Are you a geocacher? Well that's just how this trail was created, and it seems there is a secret geocache within the LTS that you may be able to find. While lots of folks just wheel right on by the area, on this 12 mile trail ride you get to have
some fun while getting to the correct location.

Byron Tower Loop - Trail Rated 4
Trail Rating: 4 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 31"
Minimum Lift Size: 2.5"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No
Skid Plate: Recommended

Created in 2020, Byron Tower loop is a scenic route on existing trails, west of the Muddy Mountains and east of the I-15. The highlight of the trail is the halfway point or turnaround area, with the spectacular view looking down at The Bowl. Expect some desert pinstriping and a little bit of dust.

Fast & Furious - Trail Rated 4

Trail Rating: 4 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 31"
Minimum Lift Size: 2.5"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No
Skid Plate: Recommended

Created in 2023 for the side-by-side community, and inviting full-sized rigs along. Designed to be a fast-paced, enjoyable trail ride. No major obstacle and 4-high friendly.... awe, c'mon, most of you can run this in 2WD. The skinny pedal will be your friend throughout this adventure. Plan on this trail being approximately 6 hours.

Got Hosed - Trail Rated 4

Trail Rating: 4 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 31"
Minimum Lift Size: 2.5"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No
Skid Plate: Recommended

New for 2023, and named after one of the event sponsors. It's a fun-filled 16.5 mile trail from beginning to end, covering just over 196 acres of the Logandale Trails System and Valley Of Fire. You will get to climb up and over some new areas, power through a sandy wash, then go up the Staircase and the Hidden Canyon wall.. Don’t worry, the trail helpers will make sure that YOU don't GET HOSED.

Hawkins Trail - Trail Rated 4
Trail Rating: 4 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 31"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

The Hawkins Trail runs between Glendale and the main wash in the Weiser Valley area. The trail has a lot of loose shale and whoops, and can be done in a stock Jeep; however, bumps, bruises, and scrapes with desert pinstriping may happen. Running through the main wash area at the north end of the trail are small steps, about 2 feet in height, that you will have to navigate. There are three to four good-sized hill climbs that you will navigate depending on your direction of travel.

Valve Stem - Trail Rated 4

Trail Rating: 4 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 33"
Minimum Lift Size: 2.5"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No
Skid Plate: Recommended

Created in 2019, Valve Stem starts off by heading back toward I15 from camp to access a winding trail ride and then takes you to Glendale and into the Weiser Valley area. Loose rock on upward climbs requires the use of 4-low, 1st Gear, and you can expect some desert pinstripes in the washes. A baby S-turn that all rigs must pass through will challenge any rig with less than a 2.5" lift and 35" tires. Expect a few bumps and underside scrapes as you go through it. Trail guides will be ready to jack you up and tug ya through. An obstacle ripping out a tire’s valve stem while this trail was created is how it got its name! From there it is a loose rock trail across the ridge lines of many hill tops, down through a few washes and back up, before you meet the Moapa Ride About, south of Jackman NV, and head back over to the Logandale Trails System. This is by far the longest trail (in distance) we have, at just over 30 miles from camp back into the Logandale Trails System.  Trail guides sometimes return via the Hawkins Trail if the day is running long.

Weiser Valley Trail - Trail Rated 4

Trail Rating: 4 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 31"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

The Weiser Valley trail follows the Moapa Ride About Trail. It is mostly a stock friendly trail with some steeper grades, and a few washed out areas that will need to be crawled. All the hard obstacles have bypasses. The trail starts riding along a ridge with good views of the area. It then descends into a wash where most of the rough terrain is located. Lots of optional obstacles to play on. This is the feeder trail to THE BOWL TRAIL and HAWKINS TRAIL.

Bowl Trail - Trail Rated 6

Trail Rating: 6 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 31"
Front Locker Required: It Helps
Rear Locker Required: It Helps

The Bowl Trail is a fun trail on the west side of the Logandale trail area. It is mostly a stock friendly trail with some steeper grade, and a few washed out areas that will need to be crawled though. All the hard obstacles have bypasses. The trail starts riding along a ridge with good views of the area. It then descends into a wash where most of the rough terrain is. The Bowl Trail is known for the S-turn obstacle, which is a very narrow, tight S-turn that is virtually guaranteed to cause body damage. A locker is recommended for the S-turn. The good news is that there is a bypass for it if you are not feeling very adventurous. You can continue the trail into the bowl - a large natural bowl that is quite scenic. You can also loop back to The Weiser Valley trail and check out The Matterhorn.

Matterhorn - Trail Rated 6

Trail Rating: 6 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 35"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

Good for those slightly modified vehicles. A scenic ride through the Logandale hills with an awesome view overlooking the Valley of Fire State Park. The red sandstone rock area puts a nice obstacle course of short hill climbs and descents in front you. Great optional offcamber climb just before a large hill climb that puts you back in the launch position! Matterhorn is a fun and challenging trail in the Logandale Trails System. Requirements are 35"+ tires. It is usually run as part of the Weiser Valley Trail and usually run from north to south, but can be run either way. It is named because of a small jagged peak that is next to the trail that somewhat resembles the The Matterhorn peak in Switzerland. The trail has a few fun obstacles that are slightly challenging, but not really enough to cause any carnage. There are some bypasses on some obstacles, but then what's the fun of going on the trail? The end of the trail is a steep v-notch climb to the top of a hill, and caps the trail perfectly.

Matterhorn 2.0 - Trail Rated 6

Trail Rating: 6 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 35"
Front Locker Required: No
Rear Locker Required: No

Who doesn't like an upgrade? The trail has a few fun obstacles that are slightly challenging, but not really enough to cause any carnage. There are bypasses on some obstacles, but then what's the fun of going on the trail? Running the Matterhorn route, you will be introduced to “Side Chick”, a fun off-shoot on the Weiser Wash, and the rock waterfall entrance to Arockalypse with maybe a shot at “Left Turn” for some added fun.

Shedder Bowl Trail - Trail Rated 7

Trail Rating: 7 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 33"
Front Locker Required: Yes
Rear Locker Required: Yes

Challenging and exciting for those with modified rigs. Based closest to base camp with plenty of optional obstacles that will keep you on edge. The trail starts off mild and continues to the Shedder Bowl where the first descent V-notch and tall hill climb gets the momentum going. After a series of short and tall waterfall climbs, you end up at the last obstacle (optional) which will either make or break you! This trail is also famous for un-official night runs. Shedder Trail, also known as Shredder Trail and Shitter Trail, is a short but action packed trail in the Logandale Trails System. Requirements are 33"+ tires and a rear locker. This trail is only for modified rigs with at least 33" tires and a lift. Lockers will help some of the obstacles, but those without lockers will be able to have fun on the trail as well with good spotting and a few bypasses. The trail often starts with a quick run through the Shedder Bowl, a fun little down and out bowl. After coming out of the bowl, you cross back and start the main trail. Shedder Trail is only about a mile long, but is essentially a series of obstacles from start to finish. You will not shift out of 4-low for the whole trail. There are too many obstacles to describe, but most of them are rocky with a few off-camber spots. Rock crawling is the theme of the trail, and there is enough variation that those with just slightly modified rigs, up to those with full-blown buggies will have a great time. Spotting is essential on a few of the steeper obstacles.

Upper Rock Bottom - Trail Rated 7

Trail Rating: 7 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 35"
Front Locker Required: Yes
Rear Locker Required: Yes

Rock Bottom is a difficult, rock crawling trail in the Logandale Trails System. It is about a mile long, but like many of the trails in the area, it is action packed. Those looking for a challenge will find it here. The entrance to the trail is a V-notch through which you tiptoe. From there you crawl up a slightly off-camber hill climb until you end up in a canyon with 3 ways out. The easiest is rated 4 and the hardest rated 7 has put many on their roof! As the trail comes to an end you have two ways to exit: the S-turn where your power steering, brake control, and abilities get a major workout, or the waterfall which is a pretty steep flat rock wall descent. After the trail have some fun at the sand dunes.

Bronco Falls - Trail Rated 8

Trail Rating: 8 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 35"
Front Locker Required: Yes
Rear Locker Required: Yes

Bronco Falls is an 8-rated trail and considered the most challenging on the list. A short trail includes a huge vertical climb up a rock wall suitable for buggies and highly modified rigs. Though it looks more intimidating than difficult, a good set of tires and some low gears will get you to the top. Plenty of off-camber waterfalls and vertical v-cracks that will test most modified rigs. The Shedder Bowl playground will continue the trail and give the most extreme rigs a run for their money! Bronco Falls is generally acknowledged as the most difficult mapped trail in the Logandale Trails System. For Hump'N'Bump, only rigs with 35"+ tires, lockers, and a winch will be allowed. The legend of how it got its name is that some members of the Vegas Valley 4 Wheelers were in the area scouting out trails and one of them was driving a Ford Bronco. On the last steep obstacle, the Bronco lost its footing and fell down the rock face. And the name has stuck ever since. And true to the name, it is a very challenging trail. It is simply a rock crawler's dream trail as it is just obstacle after obstacle of rocks, steps, and waterfalls. The climax of the trail is an extremely steep and off-camber climb that is known for its propensity to roll your rig. About once a month we hear about someone flipping or rolling over there, so care must be taken to complete the trail. Trust your spotter to show you exactly where to place your tires to avoid any rollovers. The trail should only be attempted by rigs with lifts, large tires, and lockers. Although we have heard about stock Jeeps and modified trucks making it through, we wouldn't recommend it unless you don't care that much about your rig. With that said, it is a very beautiful trail with incredible views of the area and if you make it through, you will be rewarded with a great sense of accomplishment. If you haven't lost your rock-crawling appetite, play around in Shedder Bowl at the end.

Hidden Canyon Trail - Trail Rated 8

Trail Rating: 8 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 35"
Front Locker Required: Yes
Rear Locker Required: Yes

The best (and most challenging) in all of Logandale! Sample obstacles from Shedder and Bronco Falls, then be rewarded with the steep and off-camber Hidden Canyon. We promise this trail will not disappoint! This trail combines the fun obstacles from the Shedder Trail, Bronco Falls, Rock Bottom, and Hidden Canyon. Requirements for this trail are 35"+ tires, lockers, and a winch. This trail starts in a canyon with a tall waterfall climb on the edge of your wheels, then lands you into a drop off chicane. Next you climb Bronco Falls and then drop into the Shedder Bowl, where a series of optional lines can take you to the most extreme terrain Logandale has to offer. Next you travel a trail over to the second tallest waterfall climb which takes you into the Hidden Canyon. Last you scale the walls of the V-notch in Lower Rock Bottom.

Lower Rock Bottom - Trail Rated 8

Trail Rating: 8 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 35"
Front Locker Required: Yes
Rear Locker Required: Yes

Those looking for a challenge will find it here. The entrance to the trail is a V-notch that you tiptoe through. From there you crawl up a slightly off-camber hill climb till you end up in a canyon with 3 ways out. The easiest is rated 4 and the hardest is a 7 that can put someone on their roof! As the trail comes to an end you have 2 ways to exit: the S-turn where your power steering, brake control, and abilities get a major workout, or the waterfall which is a pretty steep flat rock wall descent. After the trail, have some fun at the sand dunes before heading back to base camp. Trail will take about half the day with a large group, so bring snacks and plenty of water.

Buggy Trail - Trail Rated 9+

Trail Rating: 9 out of 10
Minimum Tire Size: 40"
Front Locker Required: Yes
Rear Locker Required: Yes

Added in 2020 - Leave the full body rigs at home for this one! The Logandale Trails System has obstacles that a (full-sized rig) just can’t make, and it was time for Hump‘N’Bump to offer something for the more experienced wheeler’s rig. If you’ve been to the LTS, you’ve probably seen the craziness happen before. When you are ready for the next level of wheeling, this is the trail that will challenge you and your rig to step out of your comfort zone! Expect a bit of carnage, and/or a break or two.

 

For Our Participants

  • Drivers Must Be Over The Age of 18 With A Valid Driver's License!
  • Participants are not allowed to consume alcoholic beverages or use illegal drugs before or while on the trails. Violation of this rule risks expulsion from the event.
  • Participating vehicles must pass a tech inspection to confirm they are equipped with necessary safety equipment, such as seat belts, first aid kits, fire extinguishers, and emergency brakes
  • More difficult trails may also require vehicles to be equipped with roll cages
  • Participant’s vehicles must be clearly marked with a unique event flag (provided at registration) to differentiate their vehicles from the general public
  • Groups on most trails will be limited to 13 participant vehicles and two guides
  • Scenic Trails rated 1-3 may have up to 25 participant vehicles with up to 3 trail guides (Trail Leader, Mid Gunner, and Tail Gunner)
  • Groups will have staggered departure times to ensure we have no bunching up on the trails
  • Speed limit signs will be posted, and all event related vehicles will limit their speed to 25 mph or less
  • Drivers must attend a driver’s meeting before the group pulls out to go over the rules, event stipulations, and safe practices
  • We strongly recommend participants have GMRS Radios for communication within the group
  • Each trail group is assigned a different GMRS frequency, which will be confirmed by the Trail Leader prior to departure

Communications

  • We strongly recommend participants have GMRS Radios for trail communications within the group
  • Each trail group is assigned a different GMRS frequency, which will be confirmed by the Trail Leader prior to departure
  • For emergency communication outside of the range of cellular service, a number of our volunteers are also VHF (Ham) operators. A specific 2-meter communication frequency will be selected and used for Non-emergency communications.
  • For recovery and emergency communications we will use a separate channel which connects through a local repeater. The local ham radio club and the Logandale Fire Department have both agreed to monitor our ham radio frequencies (to be selected later) so that we can reach them immediately, if necessary
  • GPS is extensively used within our group so exact incident locations can easily be provided to Emergency Services, if necessary

Trail Guides

  • Our trail guides ensure participant safety, and enforce the rules and stipulations on the trails
  • Each team will have a “Trail Leader” and “Tail Gunner”, and more challenging trails will also have a “Mid Gunner”
  • All trail guides communicate with each other and with the participants using GMRS frequency.
  • All trail guides will be issued a handheld VHF (HAM) radio for emergency communications with base camp and our recovery team
  • All trail leaders are also equipped with GMRS & VHF Radios and cellular phones
  • Each trail group is assigned a different GMRS frequency and communication from group to group is usually possible
  • Trail Guides are responsible for completing Incident Reports logging any problems, accidents, spills, or trail damage, and will give these reports to the event organizers at the end of the day for review
  • Trail Guides will be equipped with a spill cleanup kit. In the event that any trail restoration is necessary it is logged on the Incident Report and restoration teams will be dispatched from the Fairgrounds to correct any remaining damage.

Trail Leaders

  • The Trail Leader is responsible for leading the group, and will host a driver’s meeting to go over the rules, event stipulations, and safe practices before the group pulls out

Mid Gunners

  • The Mid Gunner is placed in the center of the larger groups, helps participants navigate obstacles, relays problems to the leader if they occur, and keeps everyone in line
  • In the event that there is a vehicle breakdown, and the Tail Gunner must remain with the participant and their vehicle, the Mid Gunner takes over the Tail Gunner’s duties

Tail Gunners

  • The Tail Gunner makes sure everyone gets through each challenging section of the trail safely
  • The Tail Gunner also makes sure that no spills, trash, or trail damage have occurred
  • In the event that there is a vehicle breakdown it is the Tail Gunner’s responsibility to make sure the driver encountering problems gets back to camp safely. In this case the Mid Gunner takes over the Tail Gunner’s duties.

Additional Event Rules

  • Participants are not allowed to consume alcoholic beverages or use illegal drugs before or while on the trails. Violation of this rule risks expulsion from the event.
  • Pets are allowed but must be on leash at all times including at the fairgrounds
  • All participants must sign an acknowledgment regarding rules, and one specific to the protected status of the Desert Tortoise

Got Questions? Check out or FAQs below!

We've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions to help you better understand the event. If you can't find the answers below, send us an email and we will be happy to help! info@vvw4.org.

When and where is the event?

Hump'N'Bump 2024 will be held November 6 through November 10, 2024. Camping and the non-trail activities will be held at the Clark County Fairgrounds 1301 Whipple Ave Logandale, NV 89021. Wheeling will take place throughout the Logandale Trails System and surrounding areas.

When does vehicle registration open?

Vehicle registration will open August 17, 2024 at 8:00am.

Is on-site vehicle registration available?
Due to the limited number of vehicle spots available on each run, it is best to pre-register. Trail spaces will close as each run reaches maximum capacity, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If there are any remaining spots available during the event, we will allow on-site registration until all spots are full. Once all spots are full, no additional on-site reservations will be allowed.
What type of vehicles are allowed?

Full-sized vehicles (including Buggies) are permitted at the event. SxSs, with proof of insurance, registration, and current OHV tags are also allowed at the event. NO ATVs, dirt bikes, or other OHV vehicles are currently allowed to register for this event.

Are there age limits or driver requirements?

Drivers must be over the age of 18, with a valid driver's license, and the vehicle must be insured. There are no age limits for passengers, as long as they are not driving the vehicle.

How much does event registration cost?

Event registration costs

$85.00 per vehicle (Early Registration, Online Only, From 8/17/24 – 9/30/24)
$95.00 per vehicle (Regular Price, Online Only, From 10/01/24 – 10/15/24)
$105.00 per vehicle (On-Site Pricing At Event)

includes:
• one off-road vehicle 3-day entry
• 3 days of trails, including any optional bonus runs offered
• a trail flag
• a badge of honor
• 5 free raffle tickets
• registration for as many passengers as you have seat belts
• a goodie bag for every child 12 and under registering with you (please indicate # of kids so we can make sure to have enough goodie bags!)

 

Are passengers free?
Registration fees are per vehicle. You do not need to pay any additional fees for passengers riding on the trails with you during the event, and you may have as many passengers as there are seat belts in the registered vehicle.

Optional event items, such as additional camp sites, meals, and/or apparel, if required, will need to be paid in addition to vehicle registration fees.

Is this event kid and pet-friendly?

Yes, our event is both kid and pet-friendly.

Adult supervision is required for kids during the event, for safety reasons, especially during trail runs and around the campfire.

Pets are required to be on a leash when in camp and on trails. Pets are not allowed in the Glen Hardy building food line during dinner service.

On-site camping

Optional, on-site camping at the Clark County Fairgrounds is available during the event. Pricing is for the entire event, not by day.

Tent Camping spots: $40.00 per tent, per spot (power not included)

Family Tent Camping spots: $50.00 for 2 tent spot (power not included)

Boondocking: $60.00 per spot, in the Northeast lot only, and does not include power and water hookups.

RV Glamping Spot:
RV spot for 1 RV for the entire H'N'B event.
Includes H2O hookup and power (bring your own hose)
Limited availability on a first-come, first-served basis

$75.00 (Early Registration Price, Online Only, From 8/17/24 - 9/30/24)
$85.00 (Regular Registration Price, Online Only, From 10/01/24 - 10/15/24)
$95.00 (On-Site Registration Pricing At Event)

Trailer Camping spots: Trailers are considered RVs under the Fairground rental agreement, and will fall under RV or Boondocking information above. Please register for one of those two spot types.

Bathrooms & showers

Bathrooms and porta-potties are available on-site, throughout the Clark County Fairgrounds.

Showers: Improved For 2024! We will have three primitive "Camp Style" showers set up at the west end of the grassy area for quick rinses. Bear with us during this experimental project, and please keep your shower time short to allow maximum utilization by additional attendees. Bring your own towels and biodegradable soaps.

What is the campfire/fire pit policy?

All fires must be contained by a fire pit, and must be at least 6" off the ground, on the gravel. Fire pits on the grass require a concrete backer board under the fire pit, and fire pit must be 6” off the ground, so as not to damage the grass. A limited quantity of boards will be available at registration, on a first-come, first-served basis.

What is the drug/alcohol policy?
Drugs and alcohol are not permitted on the trails. For the safety of everyone on the trails, drivers and their passengers will be required to leave if they are found in violation of this policy, and no refunds will be given.
Will there be vendors at the event?
Yes! Some of our sponsors will have vendor booths available where you can get more information about a wide variety of products.
Will there be food at the event?

Yes! Food trucks are always a possibility Thursday and Friday for lunch & dinner, as well as Saturday for lunch. We will know more details the week of the event, on which trucks may be available, and at what times.

Great Basin Cooking Company and Kuppa Joe will be on-site Friday & Saturday mornings during trail launches.

Saturday - 6:00 pm - Glenn Hardy Bldg Dinner (tickets for the dinner must be paid for in advance, during your registration).

Will there be a raffle at the event?
Yes! Our sponsors have graciously donated lots of awesome prizes for our raffle, which will be held on Saturday night, immediately following our dinner. Winners must be present to win.

More information on raffle tickets sales will be available closer to the event.

Will there be a raffle for kids attending the event?
Yes! This is one of our favorite parts of the event, and Armbruster Industries has gone above and beyond to make sure every kid 12 and under will receive a prize.

When registering, please make sure to include the age and sex of the children you will be bringing to the Saturday night raffle, so that we can make sure they get a personalized, age-appropriate prize. Must be present to win.

Are vehicle tech inspections required?
Yes! All vehicles require a tech inspection prior to running on the trail, to ensure your rig is capable of being on the trails you’ve selected, and that all safety requirements are met.
Are trail flags required?
Yes! You will receive an event flag in your vehicle registration package that is required to be hung from your antenna while you are on your selected trail ride.

Once you leave the trail each day, please remove your trail flag from your antenna, and keep in a safe place for your next selected trail run.

What kind of communication is required in my vehicle?

Trail guides will be communicating with the participants on their trail using GMRSs. Each trail will be on a specific frequency, and your trail guide for the day will instruct you as to on which channel/frequency they will be broadcasting.

Please verify that your comms are in working condition prior to attending the event, as we have no on-site repairs, or additional units available.

Side-by-Sides: We are working on trail communications for SxS drivers and will have more details available closer to the event.

On-site vehicle recovery and welding services

For the umpteeth year, Total Karnage will be our recovery crew, and handle all of our vehicle recovery during Hump'N'Bump trail riding hours.

Total Karnage can be found by contacting one of our event staff members or trail guides.

Karnage Welder (Official Welding Sponsor) will also be providing welding services throughout the event, for those in need. See event staff for help!

Are there any off-site places to stay nearby?
Yes! There are a few motels in the Moapa/Overton, Nevada area, within 20 minutes of the Clark County Fairground. Additional motels are available in Mesquite, approx. 45 minutes from the event, and North Las Vegas, approx. an hour from the event. Book early as they fill up fast!
Local ammenities and services

For first-time attendees, and people with short-term memories, here are a few local service providers:

Gas/Fuel: Green Valley Grocery (SHELL) is on the corner of Moapa Blvd and Whipple St. , less than 1 mile from camp

Ice: Green Valley Grocery (SHELL) is on the corner of Moapa Blvd and Whipple St., less than 1 mile from camp

Propane: Green Valley Grocery (SHELL) is on the corner of Moapa Blvd and Whipple St., less than 1 mile from camp

Grocery Store: Lin’s Grocery - 350 S. Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040 Lin's Grocery Store

Auto Parts Store:
Napa Auto Parts - 111 N Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040 702-397-8011

O'Reilly Auto Parts - 215 N Moapa Valley Blvd, Moapa Valley, NV 89040 702-397-8570

What is the cancellation policy?

Cancellations received 30 days prior to the event opening will receive a full refund of event registration fees, meals, and camping spots purchased. No refunds will be given for purchases of raffle tickets. Any cancellation less than 30 days before the event will be issued at 50% refund only of registration fee; no refund will be issued on meals, wearables, or camping spots. No credits or refunds will be processed for no shows.

The following forms and pamphlets are required for participation in the event:

  • Vehicle Tech Inspection - Mandatory Form - All
  • Waiver for Adult Passengers - Mandatory Form - All
  • Waiver for Minor Passengers - Mandatory Form - If Applicable
  • Georgia Pacific Waiver & Release Agreement - Mandatory Form - All
  • Desert Tortoise Pamphlet - Mandatory Reading - All

Forms must be downloaded and completed prior to participating in the event. Please bring completed forms with you to registration.

Download all forms and pamphlets in one PDF (recommended)
Download: All Hump'N'Bump Forms and Pamphlets

To download forms individually, or for slow internet connections, select from list below:
Download: Vehicle Tech Inspection Form
Download: Waiver for Adult Passengers
Download: Waiver for Minor Passengers
Download: Georgia Pacific Waiver & Release Agreement
Download: Desert Tortoise Pamphlet