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Old 10-11-2012, 08:47 AM
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Default Utah Backcountry Discovery Route?

Has anyone driven any of this, trucks or bikes? Started looking at it this morning and it's piqued my interest.

http://www.utbdr.com/UTBDR-Route-Map
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Old 10-11-2012, 09:35 AM
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I'm done some small sections down towards bluff and then the section through the abajo's but then I cut into beef basin instead of back on pavement (191). Looks interesting and more fun than work!

Here's one from the abajo's

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Old 10-11-2012, 12:43 PM
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The Yellow stuff looks about half Kokopelli from Dewey bridge, and the closer to Moab stuff would be La Sal Mountain road, down into Moab through the Sand Flats area. The orange stuff is getting into some of the territory covered by our Maze and pre-CM trips... the green stuff is getting into Outlaws territory a little bit, in general the further north it gets the less the collective here is familiar with it, but the more local the Wasatch guys become- I bet more of that is covered on Kurt's site, Expedition Utah http://www.expeditionutah.com/ there is soooo much to see and do out there.
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I've driven the majority of the route with the exception of a few different segments. I've not ever tried to drive it back to back as they have outlined but we've done some really similar border to border & corner to corner runs across Utah. Would love to do the UTBDR in 2013
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I've driven the majority of the route with the exception of a few different segments. I've not ever tried to drive it back to back as they have outlined but we've done some really similar border to border & corner to corner runs across Utah. Would love to do the UTBDR in 2013
I'd like to see if I could make this happen for next year. I'm going to start doing a bit more research.
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