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Bikepacking the Kokopelli Trail

Bikepacking the Kokopelli Trail

Last Fall I started a “To Do List” and one of the first things on it was to bikepack the Kokopelli Trail.  Haven ridden at both ends of the trail I was curious to know what laid in between.  The Kokopelli Trail is 139 miles long and travels from Loma, CO and Moab, UT.  It consists of mainly dirt roads and old […]

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Spring Break with the Boys

Spring Break with the Boys

May 12th Loma   Day #2 May 13th Zion Curtain, Western Rim and the Kokopelli.     Day #3 May 14th Loma Trails, Round Two               Scatman Get out there!

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Double Arch at Arches NP

Arches NP

Today I drove from Salt Lake City to Moab, Utah. Along the way I stopped to see Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. All I can say is their AMAZING! This is a shot of Double Arch. Scatman Get Out There!   Wondering how you can support the next adventure?  Simply support the following and you will be.  Amazon.com and Backcountry.com

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Vika ripping up the trail

Dog Lake Trail Review

Trail Report for Dog Lake Trail August 19, 2012 Location: Dog Lake, Upper Mill Creek Salt Lake Ranger District Region: Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Mount Olympus Wilderness Area Wasatch Range, UT Getting there: Guide books and Maps Hiking the Wasatch -John Veranth   The Facts: 1680′ gain Highest point: 8740′ Length: 5.2 total miles Trail Type: Out-and-back or loop Dogs on […]

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View from Catherine Pass

Sunset Peak Trail Review

Trail Report for Sunset Peak. August 18, 2012 View Larger Map Location: Sunset Peak, Little Cottonwood, Catherine Pass Region: Wasatch-Cache National Forest Wasatch Range, UT Getting there: From downtown Salt Lake City, follow these directions I-15 S toward LAS VEGAS/CHEYENNE. 8.3 miles Take the I-215 exit- exit number 302- toward BELT ROUTE. 0.2 miles Merge onto I-215 E via the exit- on […]

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View from top of Sunset Peak in Utah's Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Sunset Peak View

Today a few friends did a hike/trail run up to Sunset Peak in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Here is the view.

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