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Starting early to get ahead of the crowds and temps, we'll be spending the day exploring the various mountain biking trails at the Powder Mountain Resort. Meet at dropped pin at 7am, we'll depart at 7:10am sharp. These trails, in no particular order: https://www.mtbproject.com/trail/7005513/brim-trail https://www.mtbproject.com/trail/7017443/paper-airplane https://www.mtbproject.com/trail/7049280/brittons-ribbon Somewhere in there we'll break for lunch, someone said they have good tacos at the resort but there are other options. Site for trail status: https://www.powdermountain.com/resort/summer/summer-trail-map PowMow's COVID rules/guidelines: https://www.powdermountain.com/health-and-safety Event slots are limited to 5.
Dave Dyre[masked] We’re meeting at 22nd Street Trailhead and will drive a vehicle or two to the Ogden Canyon Trailhead to hike a 4.1 mile one way hike of Indian Canyon. Please be sure to bring a mask to wear in the car. Please bring food, water, and your camera. I’ll bring my poles to save me knees Please message if you’re willing to ride with me to the Ogden Canyon Trailhead and leave your car at the 22nd St Trailhead to transport those that drive us to Ogden Valley parking lot. Indian Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Ogden, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity… See more on AllTrails at https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/utah/indian-trail.
Meet at Farmington Station park and ride (map pin) at 0800 on 8/7. What is overlanding? More of a buzzword (aka camping, expedition, off-roading, etc), look up the definition here: https://overlandjournal.com/what-is-overlanding/ We’ll be starting off of highway 6 near Tucker, UT with this route here (https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/us/utah/manti-la-sal-skyline-drive-route-6-to-route-31) Planning on camping for 2 nights and will be hiking and may be bringing a mountain biking along. I don’t know what trails/water yet. This will be an adventure for sure, you WILL need a 4WD high clearance vehicle. Planning with supplies is a MUST, extra fuel, water, spare tire, recovery gear, etc. Basically I want to take Skyline drive to route 31 down to Fairview, then up to Thistle on the way home. We may explore routes further south. There’s no set agenda, I’m not familiar with this area. Plan on plenty of stops, side excursions, and exploring. Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tv3lwMKofko&t=263s https://www.dangerousroads.org/north-america/usa/7255-skyline-drive-scenic-backway.html https://www.go-utah.com/Skyline-Drive/# Crude Map: https://media.deseretdigital.com/file/6a45b69463