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    Moab in mid May

    hey all-
    Going to hit Moab in mid May - been going to Fruita for years and need a break - looking for people's favorite rides (please no Slick Rock, BTDT - 4 times :-) looking for 3 to 6 hour preferably [mostly] singletrack stuff withOUT lots of sand. And we'll only have one car so shuttles will be very difficult at best.

    We've heard..hmm what's it called - Upper(?) Porcupine Rim (???) is excellent but not sure if it will be dry by then - of course if their winter has been as dry as ours...

    Thanks in advance for your help!

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    A little search will help, talk to the local shop guys.

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    If you get all that done, we'll send you out for more.
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    I second Amasa Back + Rockstacker. UPS/LPS may be my favorite stretch of trail out there, but it is quite the shuttle if you want to connect it to Porc Rim.
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    It could be 80s, it could be upper 90s. All good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yetiquattro View Post
    hey all-
    Going to hit Moab in mid May - been going to Fruita for years and need a break - looking for people's favorite rides (please no Slick Rock, BTDT - 4 times :-) looking for 3 to 6 hour preferably [mostly] singletrack stuff withOUT lots of sand. And we'll only have one car so shuttles will be very difficult at best.

    We've heard..hmm what's it called - Upper(?) Porcupine Rim (???) is excellent but not sure if it will be dry by then - of course if their winter has been as dry as ours...

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    B
    You'll be fine. Just don't go barefoot.


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