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Busted Arm Draw Cross Country Skiing

February 16th, 2020|0 Comments

The Nordic Skiing around Moab has been great so far this season. We have two groomed Nordic Tracks in the area with the La Sal's and Abajo's. While both are amazing, it's great to have [...]

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What Type of Cross Country Skiing Should You Choose?

February 8th, 2020|0 Comments

So, you are ready to get into cross-country skiing. Now you need to choose the type of skiing that will best suit your ability. Your choice needs to provide the most enjoyment for your investment [...]

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What Size Ski Pole do You Need for Cross Country Skiing?

February 8th, 2020|0 Comments

Deciding what size ski pole do you need for cross country skiing requires some knowledge about three things. The correct length of the pole, size of basket needed, and the composition of the ski pole. [...]

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How do I Choose the Correct Cross Country Ski Binding?

February 8th, 2020|0 Comments

To begin cross country skiing you need to choose the correct cross country ski bindings. Skiing can be an exhilarating activity, and whether you choose to hit the backcountry powder or glide across groomed track [...]

What To Do in Moab When It Snows

January 21st, 2020|0 Comments

Moab is a year-round adventure paradise. Some seasons of the year, those adventures are more evident than others. Rafting in the spring and summer is a no brainer. Climbing in the fall brings thousands of [...]

Iconic Desert Rock Climb ‘Jah Man’ Is Gone

January 14th, 2020|0 Comments

The classic desert rock climb 'Jah Man' on the Sister Superior formation has seen incredibly substantial rockfall. So much so, that a significant part of the route has been reduced to a pile of rubble. [...]

The Moab Inversion Explained.

January 5th, 2020|1 Comment

Its been very dreary in Moab lately. It seems as if storms are on the horizon at any moment. Clouds seem to cover the area, and fog conceals the snow-covered red sandstone scenery that [...]

The Radioactive History of Moab.

November 30th, 2019|0 Comments

Have you ever driven down Potash Rd and wondered what all those tractors are doing next to the Colorado river? The soil they are moving is radioactive, and a very important part of this country's [...]