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    116 miles in Canyonlands: The White Rim Trail in Pictures

    So I have been waiting to do this post for sometime and finally get to do it! I recently got myself a Pugsley about a month ago and have been loving it. This last weekend my wife and my in-laws embarked on an adventure down to Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah. We started riding Thursday afternoon and ended our adventure Sunday right around lunch time. I know that pictures will not give this trail justice, but its seriously one of the most beautiful trails I have ever ridden.

    The Pugs performed flawlessly. I couldn't believe how much fun it was and how the more I rode it, but more fun it got. Overall it was an amazing experience that I cant wait to do again next year.

    If this trail is on anyones radar, you'll need to apply for a permit a year in advance!

    This is the first view of the trail that I got.
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    After a short ride to the bottom of the hill, we pulled off a lookout to see the river below
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    Another shot of the river
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    Panoramic
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    My wife being silly
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    Muscleman Arch
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    Glamor shot of the Pugs
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    That night it started to rain like crazy, and with no trees anywhere to be found, we improvised with bikes! It actually worked very well.
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    This was our camp for the first night. The colors were amazing
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    This is a rock formation called 'washer woman'. Its crazy how much it really looks like a lady washing something!
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    Wish the light was better in this picture. The amount of layers in the scenery is mind boggling.
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    Here is a way cool shot my wife took. She didnt even mean to get me in the picture
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    This canyon is much bigger than the picture makes it look. I still cant get over the amount of layers in the shot.

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    Here is me looking over a 300-400 foot cliff
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    Here is an example of some pillars that are everywhere!! Some of these you wonder how they are even standing
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    Some more pillars with an arch
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    This is for sure one of the coolest things I saw while on the trail. These are pre-historic shrimp/crabs that have lived in these pools for hundreds of thousands of years.
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    A panoramic shot from White Crack
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    My wife jumping by the edge of a massive cliff. Ya, she is crazy like that
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    Us by a beautiful lookout
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    This was pretty sweet. This is an old Native American Ruin atop one of the Mesas. Been there for about 600 years or so.
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    Amazing shot of Turks Head and the surrounding river
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    This is looking back the way we came when we hiked up to the Indian ruins
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    Looking back at the Ruins
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    Last nights camp
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    Awesome. The White Rim is a pretty neat place.
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    Awesome pics!

    I camped in Canyonlands with a couple of friends 2 Memorial Day weekends ago. We were in the Needles district, in from the Elephant Hill trailhead.

    A lot of the hiking trails looked verrrrry fatbike friendly. I know the rangers ride bikes, so I would hope they let the hoi polloi bring theirs in. Would love to do a day ride out there.
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    I can see there are so many people there you would need a reservation a year in advance Seriously, Many moons ago I traversed southern Utah including Moab. I can't remember ever having to get a permit for anything. I guess the times are a changin...

    Great pictures. Thanx for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by suba View Post
    I can see there are so many people there you would need a reservation a year in advance Seriously, Many moons ago I traversed southern Utah including Moab. I can't remember ever having to get a permit for anything. I guess the times are a changin...

    Great pictures. Thanx for sharing
    If you are not going to camp, you dont need a permint. Its just to make sure that there are enough camp sites for everyone doing the trail. There were many dirt bikes and jeeps that were making it a through drive in 1 day
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    I camped for months on end. I never stayed in campsites.

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    Wonderful post and pictures. Thanks for sharing.


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    That is an awesome trip. Thanks for sharing!

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    This brings back great technicolor memories of a Western Spirit tour out there! It was hard to know what to watch, the trail or the scenery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky J View Post
    This brings back great technicolor memories of a Western Spirit tour out there! It was hard to know what to watch, the trail or the scenery?
    I totally agree. Some spots it was just better to stop and check out the views.
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    wow, impressed, would love to ride there.........
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    Beautiful... how many days did it take you guys to bike it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caminoloco View Post
    Beautiful... how many days did it take you guys to bike it ?
    There are guys that do it in a single day, but you miss all the fun little detours. I would love get in that kind of shape and do it, but I am just happy taking it slow and enjoying it.

    But to answer your question, we split it up into 4 days and 3 nights.
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    New question here.

    Has anyone else done this trail on a fatty?
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    That looks like a real nice ride, nice shots!

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    Hello Dusty Duke, quick question here... i'm headed that way in a week to ride the rim for 4 days. i'm curious about support vehicles and roads. Anything to be concerned about with a stock Toyota Tundra (TRD pkg)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ofrogg View Post
    Hello Dusty Duke, quick question here... i'm headed that way in a week to ride the rim for 4 days. i'm curious about support vehicles and roads. Anything to be concerned about with a stock Toyota Tundra (TRD pkg)?
    No sir, you will be just fine. The road is in the best condition its ever been in. Which way are you going and what campsites are you camping at? If you went the same way as me, I can give you some heads up, and if you are going the opposite way, I can at least speculate

    And I hope you follow up with some pics!
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    Wow Dusty, that's amazing!
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    Looks like an awesome ride mate. Would love to do that one!

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    Hey Dusty! Looks like a trip to remember. Beautiful country. Great job capturing it in pics.

    I've got the White Rim on my bucket list for sure.

    That Pugsly will be nice when the snow flies. I keep kind of watching for a good price on a used one for my winter riding but I would've never imagine it as a good White Rim steed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wasea04 View Post
    Wow Dusty, that's amazing!
    Just so you know, I am super stoked to go down big sand over Turkey Day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob View Post
    Hey Dusty! Looks like a trip to remember. Beautiful country. Great job capturing it in pics.

    I've got the White Rim on my bucket list for sure.

    That Pugsly will be nice when the snow flies. I keep kind of watching for a good price on a used one for my winter riding but I would've never imagine it as a good White Rim steed.
    I couldnt imagine that the Pugs would be a good well rounded bike, but it continues to impress. I was able to make a few climbs that no one has ever seen a bike make it before, mainly because it was loose and soft dirt on a pretty good incline. I think this might be my bike of choice for the Tears Beers and Fears next year!

    It was pretty fun throughout the trail seeing a wide scope of reactions
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    Dusty I think it has alot to do with the rider! You can climb stuff that is way out of many peoples skill.

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    WOWZA great post! Super pictures

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    Awesome pictures! Looks like you guys had a blast.

    Would it be a good idea to do White Rim within the next few weeks? I've read that White Rim should be done in the Spring or Fall. The immediate forecast shows it to be pretty cool with highs in the 60s.

    Are we still in the window to get it done or should it be done earlier in October?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhrankie View Post
    Awesome pictures! Looks like you guys had a blast.

    Would it be a good idea to do White Rim within the next few weeks? I've read that White Rim should be done in the Spring or Fall. The immediate forecast shows it to be pretty cool with highs in the 60s.

    Are we still in the window to get it done or should it be done earlier in October?
    The week we were there it was in the 50's and 60's, and the lows were in the low to mid 30's. It sprinkled almost every day for at least a little bit, but was still awesome. The biggest thing is just to be ready for anything. Rain, snow, hail, whatever....... I would think it would still be all right to do, just bring your warm clothes and good attitudes and your 4 wheel drive truck!
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    great post

    i just thought i'd touch on your "pool crab" shot. their name is something like trigolobyte & they have actually been around for about 300 MILLION years ain't that a trip!

    don't hold me to the name or exact years, but you get the idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhodge View Post
    i just thought i'd touch on your "pool crab" shot. their name is something like trigolobyte & they have actually been around for about 300 MILLION years ain't that a trip!

    don't hold me to the name or exact years, but you get the idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhrankie View Post
    Awesome pictures! Looks like you guys had a blast.

    Would it be a good idea to do White Rim within the next few weeks? I've read that White Rim should be done in the Spring or Fall. The immediate forecast shows it to be pretty cool with highs in the 60s.

    Are we still in the window to get it done or should it be done earlier in October?
    I've done the White Rim as a one day ride twice in the past few years.....both were at the end of October. The evenings were chilly but the days were pleasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
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    thanks for the info., watched a few videos & read some interesting links.
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    Awesome Dusty! Great photography. I'm tempted more than ever to buy a fatty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon View Post
    Awesome Dusty! Great photography. I'm tempted more than ever to buy a fatty!
    Ben,

    To be honest, this is one of the funnest bikes I have ever had. Ever since I got this bike a couple months ago, my other two bikes have had no saddletime. Not sure if that is a good or a bad thing, but seriously its a blast. Especially an agressive rider like yourself, the tires let you go up and down pretty much anything you want. And plus, can you imagine having biking legs year round? Thats a big plus for me too.

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    Sweet goodness.

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    *Bump*
    Because I want to do this on my Mukluk with the GF on her Pugsley.
    I've heard a few negative Fat-Bike comments from other mtbers wondering why I would want to ride the Mukluk. Because it's my favorite and most comfy bike.
    This should show them that not only is it possible, it might be the best choice to have the most fun on. Thanks Dusty!
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    ^^ thanks for the bump as i may have never had the pleasure of the story behind the photos.

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    Very cool! Thanks for sharing!
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    I tried to ride it in one day last week with my Fatback. I made it 94 miles in 13 hours before having to call it quits. I think on a 2 or 3 day trip the fatbike would be sweet, I don't know that it's the best choice for a one day trip...

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    Quote Originally Posted by D90fan View Post
    I tried to ride it in one day last week with my Fatback. I made it 94 miles in 13 hours before having to call it quits. I think on a 2 or 3 day trip the fatbike would be sweet, I don't know that it's the best choice for a one day trip...
    Only 94, huh

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    Headed Back

    We are headed out on this trail again next week. Cant believe its already been a year ago!

    I'll post some pics from the ride after I get back.
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    I rode it in 2004, What an amazingly beautiful place to ride. I'll never forget it.

    I'm jealous. Have fun!

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    Just wanted to say thanks to our wonderful government for screwing me and my family out of a much needed and deserved vacation on this trail this year.of couey have to shut down the government when we were scheduled to go. The more I think about it, the more pissed I get so I am going to go do something else right now...
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    Yup just back myself.......sucks. Makes me made but really sad for the Europeans and Canadians I ran into that are there all the way from home and can't see any of the sights I'm lucky enough to get server all times a year.. I'm embarrassed for my country.....

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