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We set off from the Grand Canyon and explored free camping in Utah. We vanned our way to Moab where Cee got to experience true singletrack mountain biking for the first time.
The camping along the way was spectacular.

Where We Stayed – Free Camping!

Free camping near the Grand Canyon at Kaibab National Forest, 35.964619, -112.108658.

Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping in Glen Canyon on Lake Powell, $14/night plus National Park entrance fee, 37.01951, -111.53932

Boondocking at Mexican Hat BLM, 37.172547, -109.847076

Free dry camping at Willow Springs Road BLM near Moab, Arches National Park, and Canyonlands National Park, 38.696832, -109.6981

For details from the entire route and to get GPS coordinates, check out our map.

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Exploring mountain bike trails in Moab, Utah!

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Gee’s grandfather’s Buck Knife used to gently halve peach tartlets and to baton wood. it’s a slimmer, more nimble alternative to the chunkier classic 119.

Whiskey stones which are GREAT in a van when you don’t have an ice cube tray. They also don’t melt into water when the freezer isn’t cold enough!

The fire striker Cee uses to make campfires like the Survivor fan she is.

 Cee’s Nut Case Helmet to look styling on the trails.

Intex Inflatable Kayak K2 – used to kayak around Lone Rock but not seen because we had no GoPro at the time of filming.


Norco Bigfoot Fatbike (no affiliation), in case you’re interested in the fatty.


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