General Information About
Rally In The Pines

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Frequently Asked Questions:


What type of services does Challis, Idaho have?
Challis is a small friendly community which boast a population of 1100 residents (more in the summer). Challis has a large full service grocery store, many convenience stores / gas stations, banks & ATM's, parts stores and much more.
The restaurants in town are very good. You can choose from family run cafes that have excellent food, to a bar & grill.
Challis is appox 40 to 50 min away from the Rally Base Camp.

For non-ethanol gas, convenience store, propane, tire repairs, parts and more, Kimble Oil & Gas is your one stop shop. Located at 310 N Hwy 93 in Challis.

 

When is the Rally In The Pines?
Rally In The Pines is July 7th - 10th, 2022.
The gates open for camping arrivals at 10:00am July 6th. Activities begin at Rally In The Pines Thursday, July 7th, 2022.

Registration Check-in for Rally In The Pines will be done electronically, before you arrive. You will receive your tickets by email. Please make sure you have your tickets ready when you arrive at the gate.


How do I register for Rally In The Pines 2022?
Tickets go on sale December 1st.
Registration for two (2) adults, including all activities, rides, The pancake breakfast, the lunch ride and a camping spot is $298.00.
For early bird discounts, please join our email list. Early Bird Registration is in October.


Any changes on the registration MUST be made by the driver listed at the top of the registration form and all changes MUST be for everyone on the registration. Any information about a registration will only be given to the driver on the registration form and by email, to the email address given on the registration form.

Please register online. No more than 4 adults on each registration.

Rally 2022 Registration Fee:
Registration for 1 Adult is $179.00, includes 1 Camping spot
Registration for 2 Adults is $298.00, includes 1 Camping spot
Registration for 3 Adults is $367.00, includes 1 Camping spot
Registration for 4 Adults is $436.00, includes 1 Camping spot
Your registration fee includes:
All activities, all rides, all ride maps, camping at the Base Camp, the pancake breakfast, the lunch on the Mountain Lunch Ride (while space is available), live entertainment, two raffle tickets (per adult) for the Saturday night prize give-a-way and more.

Kids 12 and under are free.

You will be emailed your tickets within 30 days of registering. Please print off your tickets and bring them with you.

Rally In The Pines 2022 will be July 7th - 10th.
For Rally In The Pines 2022, VIP and Early Bird Registration will be in October. Everyone on our email list will receive information and a link to register. VIP's and Early Birds will have first chance at all available space, the Western BBQ Dinner is included, the lunch on the Lunch Ride and VIP's/Early Birds will receive discounts.
Space is limited for the lunch on the Western Lunch Ride.
General Registration open December 1st. You can register right here on the rally web site. Space is limited.


I have a group of people coming. How can we all camp and ride together?
No problem at all. Everyone can ride together on all rides.
We will have a limited number of Group Camping Sites available in 2022. Please call for more info and/or to reserve one. All other camping spots are on a first come, first serve basis.

 

How many rides can I go on at Rally In The Pines?You can explore hundreds of
Rally In The Pines offers 3 Follow The Leader type rides. 7 Escort To The Trailhead type rides and 5 Independent Rides. There is over 700 miles of independent riding.
There is 15 mapped and organized rides for you to go on. You will be given maps to all of them. You can join a Group Ride on Friday and Saturday. The Rally Program will give details on how to join the Group Rides and Fun Runs. You will be given the Rally Program upon arrival to the Base Camp.
Don't want to join a group? Then ride independently. The Rally Base Camp sits in the middle of the vast riding area. Think of it as the spokes of a wheel and the Base Camp is the center of the wheel. Around this wheel are the regular rides and hundred of miles of additional riding to mountain tops, lakes, rivers and streams that are not part of the above "Rally Rides". Feel free to set off and ride independently. Go exploring! (Another great thing about the Rally Base Camp. )
Looking for a challenge? There is that too! You will see many of them along the way. Please note: They take horsepower and experience. Take them on at your own risk!!

All the maps for the Rally Rides and the independent riding will be provided upon your arrival at Base Camp.
Get ready for an amazing riding experience!!


When I drive off each morning to go on my rides, is my RV and things safe at Base Camp?
Between Tuesday (July 5th) and the following Monday, a minimum of 3 Rally people are at the Base Camp at all times to keep an eye on things while everyone is out riding.


Camping Is Available At The Rally.
Camping at Rally In The Pines Base Camp is dry camping only. We are off-the-grid and in the central lowlands surrounded by three mountain ranges. The Base Camp is NOT an RV Park and there are some County maintained gravel roads (12 miles) you must travel to reach the Base Camp. The Base Camp is in the high desert lowlands, in the valley between the mountains. It sets at 7000 feet elevation. The mountains around you average between 9,000 to 12,500 feet. It is a great base for you to experience scenic high mountain riding at it's best. All rides are from the Base Camp. No trailering needed on any ride! And over 700 miles of jeep roads and trails are waiting for you for great ATV & SxS riding.


Unfortunately, there will be no tent camping at the Base Camp.

For cell service right at the Rally Base Camp you will need either a satellite service or a cell phone booster. We have tested Verizon at the Base Camp and it works good for voice and text with a booster. Internet is slower than normal. Please Note: There is good cell reception a few miles down the road or a little ways up on the mountain behind the Base Camp.


At Rally In The Pines we have group camping sites available with campfire rings. Firewood is provided. The group sites can accommodate 12 to 24 RV's. Please call us if your group is interested.
We also have a community campfire ring at the Rally Pavilion for everyone's use. Firewood is provided.

There is horseshoe pits and Cornhole at the Rally Pavilion too!!

 

What will the weather be like at the Rally Base Camp?
In July, Idaho is warm and dry and the Rally Base Camp is at a higher elevation, 7000 feet. So it has wonderful temperatures in the month of July. The Base Camp has an average temperatures of 75 to 80 degrees in July. Much nicer temperatures than places at lower elevation. You will need a minimal amount of air conditioning, if any. But you may need a little heat in the mornings before the sun comes up. Do expect cool mornings.
Many of the rides you will go on will be at elevations of 8000 to 10,000 feet. Temperatures will be much cooler up there. Please make sure to bring warmer clothes and even rain gear with you.


What's for dinner at Rally In The Pines?
At Rally In The Pines we will have a Western BBQ Dinner on Saturday night, featuring BBQ sandwiches,coleslaw, potato chips and a pickle. (BYOD) ($16.95 per adult dinner)

We will also have a pancake breakfast and a Western Mountain Lunch Ride (space is limited for the lunch, please register early) that is included with your registration!


What should I bring with me to Rally In The Pines?
Bring an ATV and/or Side X Side. Bring enough water for your entire stay, gas for your machines and propane. The Rally Base Camp will have cooler Summer temperatures than most places in Idaho, because of it's higher elevation. Because you will be riding in the high mountains, bring warmer riding clothes and rain gear. Bug spray is a good idea on the rides. But we have not needed it at the Base Camp. We have no mosquitoes! Bring everything that you normally take when you ride. And if you fish, defiantly bring your fishing pole and tackle. The fishing is world class and you will have 2 lakes, 2 rivers and a reservoir to choose from. Many within a short distance of the Rally Base Camp.
There is a hot springs in the area too! So maybe a bathing suit?


What type of ATV's and SxS's are right for Rally In The Pines?
We have found that almost all makes and models of ATV's and SxS's are great for the mountain riding at Rally In The Pines.
Please note: Race type machines for the sand dunes and desert racing are not recommended by the manufactures for the slower speeds needed for technical high mountain riding.


Is my dog welcome at Rally In The Pines?

Yes, your dog is very welcome at Rally In The Pines and on the rides. We ask that your dog be on a leash in the Rally Base Camp and no dogs are allowed in the Rally Pavilion area. Please clean up after your dog. Your dog must be in control at all times. For everyone's sake at the rally, any dogs that bark constantly, their owners will be asked to leave the event.

Do I need to register my ATV or Side X Side in the State Of Idaho?
ATV Licence

Idaho Parks & Rec will have a booth at Rally 2022 and you can purchase your registration sticker from them. They are $12.

The law in Idaho has just changed and everyone now must have a valid Idaho registration sticker on their machine. If you do not have a valid Idaho registration sticker, they are $12 and will be available right at the rally.

Helmets are required for all passengers 17 years of age and younger.
For complete Idaho regulations please visit: http://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/activities/atv-motorbike


Can I change names on my registration?
Yes you can make one name change on your registration up to June 1st at 5:00pm mt. You can change a driver, passengers or an additional drivers name. This change must be done by email, from the email given on the registration. The Rally In The Pines Board Of Directors must approve all name changes on registrations in advance. Please submit all proposed name changes for 2022 by email by 6/1/22. After we receive your email, we will email you back with a link to a "Name Change Form" that you must fill out and submit. After we receive your filled out Name Change Form, we will email you a confirmation of the new name.
We can add an email to our email list, but we can never change an email address on a registration. WE CAN NOT MAKE ANY NAME CHANGES AFTER JUNE 1st.

Is there a cancellation list I can get on?
Why doesn't anyone answer the office phone right before or during the event?

Unfortunately, we do not have a full time office staff to do a multitude of changes on registrations. From approximately July 1st, through the events, we have no one in our offices. Everyone is working on-site with very limited phone and internet access. Please email and/or call with your questions and requests prior to July 1st. After that, we are ready to rally! Thank you.

Refund policy:
There are no refunds or credits given for any reason. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we must have this policy.
We are a not for profit, all volunteer group and most of our large expenses must be paid months in advance of the event.
All of your registration fee goes to making a great event.

Our no refund policy includes, but not limited to, for current/past events, registrations, camping, food and/or registration deposits.


All rides, rules, schedules, policies and activities are subject to change. Rally In The Pines reserves the right to refuse event admission or expulsion from the event at the Board of Directors or organizers discretion.
Rally In The Pines reserves the right, at its discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of these policies, terms (rules and regulations) at any time by posting the amended Terms. Please check these Terms periodically for changes.

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