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Jeremiah Mahler
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If I needed to shuttle 20 people and their bikes, a VW Vanagon would not be my first choice.  They are slow and under powered to begin with.  But this stretched Vanagon got the job done, even if it had to use first gear all the way up the mountain.

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The Whole Enchilada.  Moab, Utah.
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yes it does, we had quite the weather but were able to steer clear of trouble
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Another neat place on the Monitor + Merrimac Trail was the Halfway Stage Station.  Back when there were no cars or bikes or smooth roads, people would stay here on their 35 mile journey to reach the train.

If you look closely you can see the station's current resident, a rabbit.

Monitor + Merrimac Trail.  Moab, Utah
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nice, thanks for sharing
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The Klonzo Trail System was another fun place to ride in Moab.  All singletrack for miles and miles.  And if you make it to the black star on the map of the South Klonzo trails there are some dinosaur foot prints.

Klonzo Trail System.  Moab, Utah

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+Brent Rodriguez I didn't consider the stride, that does make them more interesting.
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Another good ride in the Kane Creek area of Moab.  This time I rode up to see the Portal Arch.  Turns out it is just a 10 foot hole in a rock, but it was still worth the ride.

Moab, Utah

Amasa Back, Pothole Arch, Rockstacker, HyMasa

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Comme je vous les dit vos photos sont manifique et je voulais les partager !!!! et non les voler
le site et magique alors la magie d'une telle beautée ce partage ....merci
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Arches National Park is another fun non-biking thing to see in the Moab area.  It has some very unique rock formations that I haven't seen anywhere else.

http://www.nps.gov/arch/index.htm
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+Brent Rodriguez I will definitely check out Delicate Arch, thanks for the tip!

I don't have a 4x4 but Canyonlands sounds cool.
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Judging by the ambulance and search and rescue, rainy days are probably not the best time to ride the Slickrock trail.

Slickrock Trail.  Moab, Utah
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I've never been anywhere like this. Single Track in Michigan is about the extent of my riding ATM. Next summer maybe.
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The Whole Enchilada was my favorite ride of my trip to Moab.

The trail is very rocky and very fast with lots of drops.  I started out cautious but then I realized it was easier if I went fast and tried to clear the rocks/drops.  By the end of the trail I was even going off some of the bigger four foot drops.  What a blast!

My bike had no problems with the trail but two people in my group  bent wheels bad enough that even Stan's couldn't seal it.  They had to put in tubes to get down the rest of the trail.

I also met some great people on the shuttle ride up.  A couple from Seattle, a guy from the Netherlands, and a dad with his son from the Bay Area.  They were a fun group to ride down with.

I highly recommend this trail to anyone who likes fast rocky terrain with lots of drops.

The Whole Enchilada.  Moab, Utah

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did you take the Whole enchilada shuttle with Kyle?
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My favorite part of the Monitor + Merrimac Trail was the dinosaur bones.  The whole side of the creek bed was filled with them.  And it is setup as an outdoor museum with displays describing what is there.  It is amazing to think that these were living creatures millions of years ago.

Monitor + Merrimac Trail.  Moab, Utah
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Off roaders are as much a part of the culture of Moab as the mountain bikers.  It was impressive to see what they could climb over but I could do without their noise and exhaust fumes.

Amasa Back Trail.  Moab, Utah
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nice try!
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If you go to Arches National Park, definitely stop at Delicate Arch (thanks for the tip +Brent Rodriguez).  It is well worth the hike.

Arches National Park.  Moab, Utah
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je suis fan des photos que vous faite ça fait rêvé désolé ci je vous est fait du tors
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I thought Moab would be warm and sunny in the spring.  I didn't expect 30 mph wind, freezing temperatures, rain, and snow.
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I see that weather is crazy all over the world :-(
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