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Virgin River Rim Trail West end - Utah, United States

by bikebreaker  
with a Garmin Edge 305
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Story:
The Virgin River Rim Trail is a hiking, biking and horsback riding trail atop the Makqukits Plateau.  It runs from east to west and is generally divided into three sections. the full trail is about 32 miles in length.  This is the western most section of the trail from "Websters Flat" to Teah.  This section has less climbing than the other two but still features numerous ups and downs.
Tips:
You need a shuttle to ride the entire trail unless you are willing and able to do a 65 mile 7000'  out and back ride in one day.  Better to tackle each section  one at a time.  Bring plenty of food and water.  the only place to get water along the trail is at the Teah campground near Navajo Lake
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Trip Info
July 19, 2008
Trip Location: Cedar City, Utah, United States
Length: 16.6 miles
Duration: 4 hours
Activity: Mountain biking
Trip viewed 2,827 times
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