Hey folks, It’s tommyboy making his season’s debut…
For starters, Hey Jeff what’s up? Long time no speak.
So you are going to Moab. Have a blast. Some of the best riding on the planet. Every day you will have a smile on your face. Who ya going with? Are ya flying into Denver, Vegas or Salt Lake? Make sure you ride Hymasa up and Capt. Ahab down. You will understand when you are done.
I have been lucky enough to go to Moab 7 times. Spring and Fall. We have gone twice mid May. Each of those trips we lost a day of riding due to snow, hail, rain and thunder and lightning. It is good you are doing the extra days cause it being April ya may just lose a day. Could be sunny and warm every day too. Our trips in May were $1500 and $1700. All in other than bike rental, dinners out and booze. I would not hesitate to go when you are going. The riding will be awesome. April is off season there. So good deals on housing, flights and vans.
When we go in September it is prime season. Everything is a little more. Mostly because you get to ride everything. When you go in the spring you miss out on the Whole Enchilada. Possibly Mag 7 and Dead Horse state park will be open. Even if it is closed for riding go check out the views at Dead Horse. Unbelievable. You should be able to do the Porcupine Rim trail but Hazzard and Burro will be closed due to snow. We have gone at the end of Sept. and lost Hazzard and Burro to snow. That’s the main reason we go early to mid Sept. You get to ride everything. We bring a chef as well who cooks some lunches and most suppers. We get deals for everyone on rentals because of the size of our group. We have established a relationship with business owners in Moab. Some of them even come to our annual big feast. This Sept. it will be $2300. for us with hopes that “The Donald” doesn’t completely screw the economy!!!
That’s all folks
Have fun Mr. White