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    Path of totality

    Wondering where might be a good place to van camp/mt bike in wyoming for the total eclipse? Would like to be on the trail during the eclipse.

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    Teton Pass, just west of Jackson, is in the path of totality. However, it will be very crowded there.

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    Casper Mountain and Glendo State Park both have good riding and are basically on the centerline. That being said, Glendo's camping reservations filled up last October and there's very sparse BLM land around it. There's not much public land on Casper Mountain, either, but if you camped nearby and drove to ride that morning you might have some luck.

    All authorities are predicting the population of the state to double, but we'll see.
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    Mt Taylor in the Centennial Range could be the hot ticket. On the edge of the eclipse path, it's a few miles out of Island Park on the Continental Divide Trail.
    I don't know what trail we're on, but at least it's getting dark

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    anyone bringing their lights on their rides lol

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    Did you all see the eclipse in it's totality? And the corona? Hope you did.
    What an incredible show. Worth every penny.
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    Still kick'n after being knocked down, drugged out, and bent over - thanks rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudflap View Post
    Did you all see the eclipse in it's totality? And the corona? Hope you did.
    What an incredible show. Worth every penny.
    Oh yeah. Truly incredible!

    And while it was busy around here (esp. in the predictable places), it wasn't anywhere near as crazy as they were predicting. Pretty chill, fun weekend, all told.
    "The only way we can truly control the outcome of a ride is not going on it, which is a choice I'm unwilling to make." -K.B.

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