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Re: Trailhawk in Moab - Trip Report

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Thanks. Did you camp in Kane Creek? I'm planning a weekend trip and trying to figure out what to hit. Not sure if the camping will be packed or not.

Is there a way to get across the Co River from the Kane Creek area and south? Or do you HAVE to drive back into town?

I want to do Gemini Bridges, Long Canyon, Corona Arch, and possibly Negro Bill canyon
No, I didn't camp along Kane Creek but I did notice that the BLM is developing many more campsites farther up the canyon. Not sure about availability on the weekends. You might try calling the Moab visitors center for info as they can be very helpful.

Not possible to get your rig across the river without heading back to Moab.

You probably already know this but Corona Arch and Negro Bill Canyon are strictly for hiking. Corona Arch is a short but stunning hike, one of my favorites. NBC is also quite beautiful but incredibly popular....the parking lot can really fill up so get there early. Make sure you hike all the way to the end to see Morning Glory Arch. Holler if you have more questions.
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Re: Trailhawk in Moab - Trip Report

We just did the white rim in a TJ. I doubt airing down would be needed but then again, I don't really know why someone would air down radial tires ever, so anyway...

I drove and biked the white rim about 15 years ago too. It could be done in probably any JGC really. I did it in a stock K5 blazer back when. And I highly recommend it. The best part is the old Pueblo tower hike. What a place.
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