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    Moab Beginner trails

    I am planning a trip from North Carolina to Moab and would like some advice on easy or beginner trails...Thanks

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    Check out UtahMountainBiking.com and the sticky at the top of this forum.
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    Only one really..... Bar M/Moab Brand Trails. Best to just come out and ride!! Regardless of ability, I am pretty sure you have a Moab good time.
    It's not an adventure until someone BLEEDS!

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    Thanks alot. The Utah Mountian Biking website helped alot....Next on the agenda.....Where to get a good drink

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    The new dead horse point trail should also be a very good beginner ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axolotl
    The new dead horse point trail should also be a very good beginner ride.

    Yes!! I rode this for the first time this weekend and I would say the same. Now, keep in mind that all the maintenance isn't done yet and it is a brand new trail, but as with all the trails here... what you can't ride.. you can walk.

    Eat? Good wings at the Rio. Great Pasta and Pasta J's. Mexican is ok. Chinese and Tai are ok too. Nothing really bad in this town in my opinion. Good, greasy, breakfast at the Moab Diner.
    Last edited by crager34; 04-27-2009 at 08:07 PM.
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    All info has been very helpful....Thanks...I have a Rider Mels Mountian Bike Guide to Moab book that mentions some of the trails....Trails and food taken care of, now where do I need to stay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Pridgen
    All info has been very helpful....Thanks...I have a Rider Mels Mountian Bike Guide to Moab book that mentions some of the trails....Trails and food taken care of, now where do I need to stay

    Pretty much all the places in Moab will be clean, but of course some are more decadant than others. You should find something within your price range easy enough. Yes... from free (camping) to $150+ a night.
    It's not an adventure until someone BLEEDS!

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    Thanks Crager34, Your comments have been helpful

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