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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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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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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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The Captain Ahab Trail was a good ride.  It is very rocky and technical with lots of nice views. The HyMasa Trail goes from the bottom of the canyon to the top and then the Captain Ahab Trail goes back down.

Captain Ahab Trail, HyMasa Trail.  Moab, Utah
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+Jeremiah Bradshaw HyMasa is a mellow rocky uphill climb.  They have definitely done a lot of work arranging the rocks so it is fun and ride-able.
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I stopped to check out some petroglyphs on the cliffs in the Potash area.  There were rock climbers everywhere going up these sheer cliffs.

The petroglyphs are a bit hard to see but they are about 15 feet up the face.

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I took a break from mountain biking and went for a hike up to Corona Arch.   To get an idea of the scale look for the people at the bottom of the arch.  It is huge!

Corona Arch.  Moab, Utah
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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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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.

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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 Circle-O trail was another unique ride.  White rock for miles in every direction with nothing but a rust colored stripe to prevent people from getting lost.

Circle-O Trail.  Moab Brands Mountain Bike Trails.  Moab, Utah
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Love Moab😍
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The Slickrock trail is one of the most unique trails I have ever ridden.  Rolling hills of rock that either go straight up or straight down.  And the rock has so much grip that the only thing preventing me from getting up the steep inclines was the strength of my legs.

Slickrock Trail. Moab, Utah
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Dan walked part of that really steep hill, you know the one where people are sitting at the top to see if you're going to make it😁
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    Electrical Engineering, 2011 - 2014
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