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Directions to Ride camp

Canyon Rims Ride
April 27-28, 2024

From the North
From Interstate 70, turn south on Hwy 191 towards Moab, UT. Continue south of Moab approximately 32 miles on highway 191 to the Needles Overlook Road (Canyon Rims Recreation Area). Drive west on the Needles Overlook Road approximately 15 miles to the fork of the Needles Overlook Road and Hatch Point Road. Take the Hatch Point Road (gravel) 8.2 miles to Ride Camp located just across from the Hatch Point Campground.

From the South
Driving north on Highway 191 continue 14 miles north of Monticello to the Needles Overlook Road. Drive west on the Needles Overlook Road approximately 15 miles to the fork of the Needles Overlook Road and Hatch Point Road. Take the Hatch Point Road (gravel) 8.2 miles to Ride Camp located just across from the Hatch Point Campground.


Click this link to get google maps directions

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Moab Canyons Ride
October 11-13, 2024
From the North
From Interstate 70 turn south on Hwy 191 and go 20 miles south to Hwy 313.
Turn west on Hwy 313, signage says, “Dead Horse Point” and “Canyonlands National Park”. Continue 8 miles on Hwy 313 to the Dubinky Well Rd (top of the hill). The road is not well marked but there is a sign that says Lone Mesa Campground just before it. Turn right onto Dubinky Well Rd and continue 1.5 miles to the fork of Spring Canyon road and Dubinky Well road. Stay left at the fork onto the Spring Canyon Rd. Drive 3.5 miles to Ride camp on the right. 
From the South
Traveling north on Hwy 191, continue through Moab going 8.5 miles north to Hwy 313, Turn west on Hwy 313, signage says, “Dead Horse Point” and “Canyonlands National Park”. Continue 8 miles on Hwy 313 to the Dubinky Well Rd (top of the hill). Turn right onto Dubinky Well Rd and continue 1.5 miles staying left at the fork onto the Spring Canyon Rd. Drive 3.5 miles to camp on the right. See map below.
 

Google Maps Spring Canyon Road, Moab Utah

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My Daughters Corrina and Tyler,

Riding and careing for horses from when they were old enough to walk has taught these beautiful girls to be strong, endure discomfort and to be responsible for something more than just themselves. I am so proud of both of them for all they have done so far in thier lives. They are both wonderful humans who love their animals. They have both stepped up to volunteer thier time and energy when I said I wanted to try to put on these rides. As you know this is a labor of love not profit and I could not do it without them!! Thank you girls!!

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