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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Regardless of what advice you get on what trails to do, you need to get this book as well. It's pretty much indispensable. This is marked as 2nd edition - there are newer ones out there. Check it out on Amazon.

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    Edit: Advice from one Fucking East Coaster to another, and this is no bullshit, you are going to encounter shelf roads out there that may scare the living shit out of you. Be prepared if anyone in your group is afraid of heights. Even ones that are easy, like the trail climbing up to to Gemini Bridges will have your ass grabbing the seat cushions. Some of highways have drop-offs that will give you pause as well. After you've driven around a day or so you start to get used to it all and by the time you're ready to leave it's like no biggie at all. Its just getting comfortable at first that may have you edgy
    LOL! Thanks for the heads up. I kinda figured it was going to be that but I'm looking forward to being put out of my comfort zone. Its too flat here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breer View Post
    Great thread! Hope to do the same trip from the Orlando area once my son is a bit older and the Jeep is a little better built.

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    Let me know when you decide to go! your welcome to tag along with us as well.
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    Trip

    Thanks everyone for your help an input! My friend just picked up that trail book for us and we are marking down the trails we want to hit. Planning on camping in Colorado a couple nights before renting an air bnb in moab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    This ^^^ is pretty much a must for first timers
    Absolutely get the Charles Wells guidebook but go to their website FunTreks.com and get the SD card as well. You can download it to your GPS, or better to Gaia on an iPad. It has the waypoints and tracks so you know which trail you are on and where to turn at the countless trail intersections.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanktitan View Post
    Absolutely get the Charles Wells guidebook but go to their website FunTreks.com and get the SD card as well. You can download it to your GPS, or better to Gaia on an iPad. It has the waypoints and tracks so you know which trail you are on and where to turn at the countless trail intersections.


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    I will check that out. It would be super helpful to have that downloaded on the gps.
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    Sounds like an awesome trip. I can't wait to do this trip one day

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