2012 Utah-Colorado

A 2012 summer pedal with my friend Jack, starting in Cedar City Utah, heading east through the southern parts of the Utah, rolling through Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument,  Capitol Reef National Park, and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

From there we continued east into Colorado across the Rockies, finishing in Salida CO. This route took us through Montrose, Telluride, and Gunnison, and up over the Continental Divide at Monarch Pass above 11,000 feet in one spot.

This route followed Adventure Cycling Association’s Western Express Route, segments 3 and 4.

July 6, 2012 – Drive to Cedar City UT
July 7, 2012 47.5 miles – Cedar City UT to Panguitch Lake UT
July 8, 2012 51.5 miles – Panguitch Lake UT to Tropic UT
July 9, 2012 57.5 miles – Tropic UT to Calf’s Creek Campground UT
July 10, 2012 49.8 miles – Calf’s Creek Campground UT to Torrey UT
July 11, 2012 49.6 miles – Torrey UT to Hanksville UT
July 12, 2012 1.0 mile – Rest day in Hanksville UT
July 13, 2012 56.8 miles – Hanksville UT to Hite UT
July 14, 2012 62.1 miles – Hite UT to Natural Bridges NM UT
July 15, 2012 41.8 miles – Natural Bridges NM UT to Blanding UT
July 16, 2012 47.9 miles – Blanding UT to Dove Creek CO
July 17, 2012 61.0 miles – Dove Creek CO to Priest Gulch Campground CO
July 18, 2012 43.3 miles – Priest Gulch Campground CO to Telluride CO
July 19, 2012 65.9 miles – Telluride CO to Montrose CO
July 20, 2012 52.3 miles – Montrose CO To Dry Gulch Campground CO
July 21, 2012 50.0 miles – Dry Gulch Campground CO to Sargents CO
July 22, 2012 33.6 miles – Sargents CO to Salida CO

Summary

2 thoughts on “2012 Utah-Colorado

  1. Dude,

    Still trying to reach you. Just about done laying out my book from the ride and need a “Life Quote” or philosophy from you to go with the dinosaur picture. Help a brother out! Seems like you are well and still riding much, been having a knee issue myself so I still ride but don’t push it as much right now and it seems to be slowly improving. My trainer says it’s from overuse and not enough cross training so hitting the pool a few times per week instead. Life goes on!

    Write me,

    L.E.

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