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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Outfitters expect strong season despite low water leve...

Below-average snow pack this year in the mountains that feed runoff into the Colorado and Green rivers will keep water levels low this season, says Aldis Strautins, a hydrologist for the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, Colo. But according to some local river rafting companies, low water also offers a safer and sometimes more enjoyable experience. “Big water cuts the time on the …

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Coyote Canyon reopens for restricted motorized use

After years of disputes and analyses, the controversial Coyote Canyon trail was reopened for motorized use on Saturday, May 5. The action by the Moab office of the Bureau of Land Management drew mixed opinions from area property owners and four-wheeling enthusiasts. The BLM, will update its resource management plan to officially designate a .65-mile portion of Coyote Canyon off of Black Ridge Road …

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