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Day 4: After the Rains Came!

Day 4: Labyrinth Camp to the Visitor Center Rain it did – off and on all night. We subsequently learned a lot about the thin soils of this geological landscape. At Labyrinth Camp the soil was deep enough to pound in tent stakes, but we found that large rocks had to be placed on the […]

Day 3: Lovely Views

Day 3: Candlestick Camp to Labyrinth Camp This was a shorter day as we rode from Candlestick (a total of 16 miles) to a camp called Labyrinth, a name given by John Wesley Powell in his float down this section of the Green River. The day began with a wonderful sunrise (Red sky in morning, […]

Day 2 – Biking on the White Rim – A Long Day

Day 2: Airport Tower Camp to Candlestick Camp In the morning, we rode together for 16 miles and had lunch in the shade of one of our support vehicles while most of the group went even farther on a side trip to a site called White Crack. After lunch, Leslie hopped into one of the […]

Mountain Biking the White Rim in Canyonlands National Park

We are 10 eager travelers. Three of us from San Juan Island (Leslie, Val and Eric) and seven from Colorado Springs (Shane, Charlie, Karen, Beth, Stormy, Mary and Bill). We have three support vehicles that are driven by Beth, Stormy, Bill, Mary, Leslie and Eric taking turns and helping one another over rough sections of […]

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