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    weather in the end of march/beginning of april...

    i'll be driving from southern utah to northern utah from march 29 to april 4 and was wondering what the weather is predicted to be like, (ie is there gonna be snow everywhere). i'd like to ride moab, fruita, and zion. will i be able to...
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    You'll have no issues riding in any of the areas mentioned, however, some of the higher altitude trails like the Kokopelli in Moab may not be open at that time of year. Based on the lack of moisture thus far this year, Porcupine rim and all the other popular rides should be open. Here in St. George, it will all be good and dry, as it is even now.

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    If this will be your first time in Moab, then you will want to ride Porpupine rim, The Sovereign trail, Barlett Wash, Amasa Back, Slick rock, and poison spider.

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    I have a group coming also from April 6th trough the 16th and would like to find some suggestions on the best spots to ride while spending 4 days in Moab, UT?

    Any help will be appreciated,

    Thanks!

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    And do whatever you need to in order to get all the way out to the far end of Amasa Back to the cool slickrock bowl that you can climb into on foot.

    We had to do a little hunting and pecking to find it a year ago, but it's probably burned in so that you can't miss it by now.

    It really adds to the classic, but kinda short, Amasa Back discussed in all the guide materials.

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    "It really adds to the classic, but kinda short, Amasa Back discussed in all the guide materials."

    Waht guide materials are you reffering to?

    -gl

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