In preparation for our upcoming biking trip, we decided to release this trip video from our favorite trip from 2015. The scenery was amazing, the group was amazing, and it all added up to the greatest trip of 2015... well... except for Ian breaking his arm.
The White Rim Trail is a 90 mile 4x4 road in the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park, in Moab, UT. Camp spots fill up fast, and you'll need to secure reservations MONTHS in advance. You'll also need permits to travel on this trail.
This road is open to vehicles, motorcycles (street legal only), bikes, and hikers. There is zero water on the trail (aside from the Colorado River), so you'll have to bring your own.
Between the swimming, slot canyons, great riding, and the incredible vistas, the white rim trail is one of our favorite trips in Moab.
Job hunting stinks! We have so many stories about the difficulty of getting ajob these days, from robots that "read" your resume instead of people, to filming yourself for the interview (which I actually like), to answering questions to a pre-recorded computerized/robot voice, to applying for the same job as 153 other people. It's been a rough month.
We want to give a huge shoutout to all of you who are so supportive and helpful.
Steve and Tess love to explore nature, whether it be backpacking, packrafting, mountain biking, hiking, or just wandering. The more we explore, the more we realize just how little we've seen.