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Kokopelli's Trail: a complete guide Spiral-bound – July 11, 2013
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Spiral-bound, July 11, 2013
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About the Author
Rad Anzulovic has been an avid mountain biker since 1987 and first rode Kokopelli's Trail on a cheap rigid Schwinn in 1989 and on a motorcycle in 2002. Every year he finds new reasons to return.
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Top Customer Reviews
First of all, Kokopelli (Fruita to Moab) is obviously a long trail 142 miles, so breaking it down is critical. To that end, the detailed descriptions of the various approaches in the Trip Planning chapter help those who want to do it on their own or those who will have support. And it's not a bike only book....it is helpful to motorcycle or 4x4 drivers too.
The trail is broken down into 9 sections, each with detail descriptions of the section, a color map with great detail (some of the unique icons include water, steep climb, ghost town), elevation, mileage, I70 exits and 128 (really useful for the support team).
I'll try to list all the things that make this trail book unique and/or useful to me:
-spiral bound (more practical on the trail compared to bound books or big maps)
-water considerations (eg. Onion Creek is polluted with arsenic)
-the planning guide and various models (mapping your experience level to how many days riding the whole trail will take; supported/unsupported; commercial trip).
-nice descriptions of the campgrounds in the area along with the towns of Moab and Fruita
-finally, the history and trivia are great
While there aren't many trails like Kokopelli, I hope Rad authors more trail books...I'm in!
I highly recommend this guide for your next adventure on the Koko.
eye in mind. When Rad contacted me while writing his guide for Kokopelli's Trail I was impressed with his quest
for the history of the trail and any and all insider information. The real test was to see if he followed through
with including a true view of what it's like to ride the trail, let alone providing useful organizational hints
for those wanting to do a multi-day trip. He accomplished those goals nicely. Descriptors include well-organized,
comprehensive and useful. Lacks some map detail, but that information is included in the guide.