White Rim, NEEDLES, LOCKHART Basin, BEARS EARS, THE MAZE
Caching of water along the White Rim Trail by permitted outfitters is not allowed. Outfitters are also not allowed to leave water in the campground for incoming users. With access to local outfitter tour schedules, we can set up on-trail water resupply from an outfitters vehicle. While most outfitters carry enough water for their party and a little extra for emergencies, it is advisable to provide the outfitters with water....preferably in collapsible containers that you can pack out yourself. We can supply the outfitter with water before they hit the trail....which may be a day or two before you arrive in Moab for your adventure.
There are many places to cache water on the Kokopelli Trail. Some of these locations are easy to access from paved roads between Moab and Loma, CO. While outfitters are frequently found on the Kokopelli, they do not directly follow their clients along the route. From Loma, cache points are as follows: Rabbit Valley, Westwater Area, Cisco Boat Ramp, Hwy 128 crossing, Dewey Bridge, top of Onion Creek, and the La Sal Loop Rd. If you need help with caching water for your ride, contact us.
While relatively close to town, you may still want to arrange a water cache to keep your load a bit lighter. Check out the routes here for more detail, and if you aren't confident that you can carry enough for the entire trip and are unable to cache water on the route yourself, contact us for help with water in these areas.
Need help figuring out your water situation? Click below to fill out a short questionnaire regarding your adventure plans and we will contact you with options.
Click the links below to contact outfitters directly to arrange water hand-offs in Canyonlands National Park.