Canyonlands National Park

We rode north from Moab to the entrance of the park. The weather was perfect for riding. Today clear blue skies, temperatures starting out in the upper 50’s and finishing the day in the 70’s. Even an Auburn fan and an Alabama fan enjoyed each others company. In all we rode about 60 miles. Some rode a few more some a few less.

Neal Parker was kind enough to drive his car to provide a rest stop before the park entrance. He left his car and rode back to meet us as we climbed what will now be called the Will Ann climb. It was just Neal’s luck, before he could meet us he had a flat tire. There is a picture that answers the question; How many cyclists does it take to fix a flat tire?

Lunch was ready for us when we arrived at the visitors center. We then broke into smaller groups and rode through the park to see the many canyons formed by the Colorado River and the Green River. The pictures don’t do the terrain justice.

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