Moab – White River National Forest
Waypoints: Moab, UT-128, Grand Junction, White River National Forest
Miles hiked: 0
Miles driven: 286.1
Break camp: 27 min
Make camp: 22 min
Camp type: Dispersed camping with no services
Camp cost: $0
We left south out of Moab and made it to Hole N the Rock.
We were originally headed towards La Sal Mountains but headed back towards Moab for an alternate route.
We took UT-128 along the Colorado River.
After meeting back up with I-70, we cruised towards Grand Junction, CO. We stopped by an RV dealer that carried the Falcon F-Lite, which was a 14′ travel trailer light enough to be towed by our SUV. It’s bed was a bit short for me but it was a well designed compact RV.
We stopped by another dealer with rugged NOBO RV’s to have a look as well.
Heading towards higher elevations, we began to see snow.
We headed towards the White River National Forest.
We saw a few elk climbing the bank near the road.
We began to transition away from green trees to snow frosted scenery.
The snow in the valley was pretty.
Sunset was nice as we settled in for the night.