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    Moab vacation

    Hi there any suggestion for the cheapest and better place to rent for a 5 to 10 persons group for a week in end of august approx.

    Thanks Rich!

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    Check out http://www.lazylizardhostel.com/

    You can fit your whole group in one of their units.

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    Thanks , what a memory we were at gramma's house 10 years ago, group from Quebec province, Canada , we will perhaps make there again (10 years after as we promess ourself back then)...

    Richard

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    Moab tips:

    Do Slick Rock day one and get it out of your system. Once you get on the "real" trails - like Porcupine Rim and Amasa Back - Slick Rock will see like tame "roadie training."

    Do the Whole Enchilada at some point http://www.utahmountainbiking.com/trails/enchilada.htm

    Do drink ALL the microbrews at Moab Brewery. They are as good as the trails.

    The Chili Pepper Bike Shop has a cooler staff and will give better advice and service than Poison Spider.

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    Try posting in the Utah sub forum. Why you posted in commuting escapes me.
    "Donuts. Is there anything they can't do?"

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    I don`t know why it`s in Commuting either, but he does seem to be getting some advice. Besides Utah section (which likely has a sticky on that subject) I think there`s another forum about travel destinations. Have a great trip- wish it were me.
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    i posted there my question because i misunderstood the meening of commuting (i'm french canadian) and i first thought of putting it in utah forum but change my mind anyhow i did receive nice advice or suggestion. Richard

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    Welll, whatever works. Welcome to the forum, by the way.
    Oh- and I checked the Utah forum. Thery do have a sticky on Moab trip planning that might give you some more tips.
    Recalculating....

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    Eh, bien.

    Avez un bon temps a Moab. C'est plus magnifique.

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    Merci , j'ai deja hate. By the way if you plan a trip up northeast you should try our trails in Quebec Laurentide areas, sceneries perhaps not as good (more tight and sometime humid , but making riding as fun for different reasons , mix of trails of for good aearobic and technical skill , suitable for intermediate to expert riders.

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    search for aparments in Moab. many landlords rent out appartments short term.

    My wife and I rented a 2 bedroom place for 2 weeks It was way cheaper than a hotel room. Our place had a kitchen, 2 full bedrooms, a pull out sofa and bunkbeds in the livingroom.

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    I guess being at least 7 guys , we are too much, if cancellation happen then i'll look for that
    Thank you

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