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I don't eat meat. :(

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I don't eat meat. :(


Don't worry, I'll bring some sandwiches :wink:

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I'd love to go but the cost of this thing looks pretty steep. No one has said how many and what days it is, either?

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Do we have a preliminary schedule of trails & days yet?
I'm planning on making some stops along the way (Moab going & Vegas returning), but I want to make sure I don't miss certain trails.

(Yeah, I know it's kind of early :| )

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I have never been to colorado, Or any other western mountain states. I'm a Texas Flat lander and love the pics, I defanitly want to go. I told the wife last week we needed to go there for vacation. I ve been to Pa. its nice there but the photos I have seen of Co. are much more majestic.

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Edvalencia wrote:
Do we have a preliminary schedule of trails & days yet?
I'm planning on making some stops along the way (Moab going & Vegas returning), but I want to make sure I don't miss certain trails.

(Yeah, I know it's kind of early :| )


No real trail schedule yet (that is going to depend on trail openings and any dates that other groups may be running them)

If you PM me the days you will be there for sure and what trails you want to do I'll try to schedule accordingly when the time comes.

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I have never been to colorado, Or any other western mountain states. I'm a Texas Flat lander and love the pics, I defanitly want to go. I told the wife last week we needed to go there for vacation. I ve been to Pa. its nice there but the photos I have seen of Co. are much more majestic.


BE THERE!! You won't regret it for sure!!

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Okay, I'm looking at the dates and I was wondering if the 18th (Saturday) was the departure day or if Sunday was the departure day?

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PM sent...

for others who may be wondering... normally the last day listed is a slow-paced day where most people pack up and head out. Some people may run a trail that day and some may get together for a group meal or something. But most people will probably be taking off that day.

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I recommend:

Long Canyon to
Potash Rd to
Muscle Man's Arch to
Shaffer Trail to
Klondike Bluffs to
Arches NP to Pasta Jays for food, drink and merriment.

That should be a pretty good day of wheeling. The trails are easy (Klondike moderate) but those easy trials are in and around Canyonlands NP which is one of the prettiest places on the planet. It will be a bell to bell day but it will have a bit of everything with little chance of breakage.

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JL Rockies wrote:
I recommend:

Long Canyon to
Potash Rd to
Muscle Man's Arch to
Shaffer Trail to
Klondike Bluffs to
Arches NP to Pasta Jays for food, drink and merriment.

That should be a pretty good day of wheeling. The trails are easy (Klondike moderate) but those easy trials are in and around Canyonlands NP which is one of the prettiest places on the planet. It will be a bell to bell day but it will have a bit of everything with little chance of breakage.


JL, did you mean to post this in the Moab section for those of us going to Moab after the LOST SAFARI?

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He's had one too many uncrustables today....

That's it JL, you're cut off :lol:

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He's had one too many uncrustables today....

That's it JL, you're cut off :lol:


Too high of blood sugar will do it to you. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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