Kokopelli Trail – Colorado to Utah

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ITINERARY DETAILS – Kokopelli Trail 5-day
Day 1 – Breakfast on your own. We’ll meet 7am at the Loma Kokopelli Trailhead near Fruita, CO– take exit 15 off I70. We’ll load your personal gear on the Magpie Vehicle and give a brief orientation before we start the ride. You’ll want to pace yourself and use extra caution on today’s ride which is on some of the most technically demanding singletracks on the route in order to conserve your energy for the next three days!We’ll follow the trail along the north side of the Colorado River and cross the state line into Utah riding on a series of singletracks and doubletracks to our scenic camp at the Bitter Creek Overlook. ???
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Day 5 – Today’s ride down the infamous Porcupine Rim Trails is the ultimate finale for this trip! A climb out of camp further up into the La Sals will get your body & mind ready for the demanding singletrack descent. The ride ends at the Colorado River where we’ll meet our van for the return shuttle to your vehicles parked at the Loma Trailhead in CO.
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ITINERARY CHANGES MAY BE MADE DUE TO LOCAL CONDITIONS OR BY DISCRETION OF THE GROUP LEADERS.

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IS THIS TRIP FOR YOU? – Kokopelli Trail 5-day
Do I need previous mountain bike experience? Yes, this trip is suitable for fit intermediate to expert riders. You’ll encounter a wide variety of tread surfaces including; packed dirt, slickrock, loose sand and bedrock. Also on this trip you’ll be challenged with long climbs and long rough descents. We will give a complete orientation prior to the start of the ride. All of our guides are experienced riders and great coaches. Daily, we discuss and demonstrate cycling techniques and safe riding skills to help improve your ability on the mountain bike.
What kind of shape do I need to be in?
  Mountain biking is a wonderful, healthy sport that attracts people of all ages and walks of life. It can be as strenuous or mellow as you make it; it all comes down to being in good general health, being accustomed to regular exercise and controlling your pace. Be prepared to ride at a comfortable pace for 5-7 hours on your mountain bike. Everyone rides at their own pace so there’s plenty of time to photograph and take in the desert scenery.
How many miles per day?
  You’ll ride 20-40 miles per day depending on campsite availability. Mountain biking moves at a slower pace compared to road riding. A rough rule of thumb is to double the number of mountain bike miles when comparing it to road riding (10 mountain bike miles feels like 20 on the road). Extra riding and hiking is always available from each camp for those who wish to extend their day.
Will I notice the altitude?
  Moab lies 4,000 feet above sea level; most of our tour is between 4000’-9000’. If you live near sea level you may feel a slight difference; everyone adjusts at different rates. The quickest way to adapt to the altitude and dry air is to make an extra effort to drink plenty of water and eat salty foods when you arrive and throughout the day during your trip. It is dry here, so plan to drink lots of water, salt your food and snack frequently.

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