1st thing is to get the Wells book on Jeep trails in Moab. He does a great job of describing the trails, the difficulty, and directions. Most trails are wide enough for a Raptor (except Kane Creek and Hey Joe canyon), but many are too difficult. Again the book describes the trails and what to expect. There are a lot of trails a stock Raptor can do. Off-road in Moab, with stock wheels and tires, I run 14 to 16 PSI depending on how much rock crawling there is (14 for rock crawling). So gear must include a good air compressor. A cooler and lunch is required as there are not stores on the trails. Tire patch kit is always good, and a good GPS with trails on it for navigation. I use an I-Pad with Gaia installed, and Cal Topo maps, along with a Blue tooth GPS. Record the trail and it will give you a route to follow back out if you need it. It will also give you coordinates that can tie into the Well's book. Don't rely on your phone for maps, as there is no phone signals on most trails. So any GPS must have maps and trails downloaded. Also temperatures can vary depending on the wind, if you are in a canyon or on top of a ridge, so bring clothing layers. If you have any other questions, I will be glad to try and answer them.