Next in the BDR series - UTBDR

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by eakins, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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    The High Uintas can see a ton of snow.
    Those roads are lower but not that much.
    Try it and divert north to connect roads if needed.
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    GF-kam Been here awhile

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    Hi eakins,

    Hope all is well. I originally found out about this route through one of your maps if I am not mistaken. Road it back in 2016. I guess best to ride it later in season; much later than May. Thanks again and good to hear from you.

    GF-kam
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  3. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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    Yep those dirt roads are shown on our UT state map. I added them there myself with the intention of people connecting BDRs.

    Infact I've add certain dirt roads to all of our state maps to use a connection routes for our BDR maps. I look at all of our maps as an inner connected web of potential tours.
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  4. GF-kam

    GF-kam Been here awhile

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    :clap Thanks ! Like what you guys do.

    Last two years we navigated back to truck ( starting point ) using your maps ( dirt routes ). The way I found out about this Uinta-Wasatch Cache / Ashley National Park segment is from my 2016 ride. I used your Map to navigate from Jackson/ WY from Alpine, to Kemmerer/WY, to Mountain View, and then across UWC National Park to Dutch John.

    Like you said great way to create a loop between UTBDR and COBDR.

    I am planning to use more of your handy Butler Map routes for 2018 spring trip.