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|Date||Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 7:00am|
Travel on the Pony Express Trail, which is now a gravel road in these parts. The routes start off at the end of pavement some 50 or so miles northwest of Delta Utah. The starting point is not on the actual Pony Express Trail; our route travels some 29 miles before actually gaining it. It goes to Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge. http://www.saltlakerandos.org/...
|Pace||A 18 to 22 mph average|
3: The benches or foothills. Think of routes that start in the valley and climb up to and along Wasatch Blvd.
At the Junction of Weiss Highway & Brush Highway northwest of Delta. From the north, take Highway 6 south past Lynndyl. Then take SR-174 west for 66 miles (also called the Brush Highway) until you see a sign that says Weiss Highway pointing to the left. We will be gathering and camping at that junction. This is past the turn-off to Topaz Mountain. There is no cell coverage there.
|Ride Leader||Kenneth Moss | 801-833-2782 | email@example.com|