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Old 01-04-2013, 11:53 AM   #1
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EJS 2013: best time to attend?

I'm trying to schedule some vacation time and lodging for the EJS. I've seen a few people mention that they wouldn't make a vacation out of that time because there tends to be some pretty big crowds.

Would it be a better idea to head to Moab a few days before EJS or arrive in the middle of EJS and stay for a few days after the event wraps up?

This is my first trip to EJS and Moab. I thought it might be a good idea to arrive in the middle of EJS in order to watch how other crawlers take on various trails. Then, when the crowds thin out, I could get more time on the trails with lingering, smaller groups.

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Old 02-25-2013, 09:09 PM   #2
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Moab is busy toward the end of the week. Lots of spring breakers, rowdy kids. If that's your thing go at the end of the week. Trails are also more crowded toward the end of the week. Unfortunately, the vendor show is toward the end of the week. Lots of great deals on parts there. Whatever you decide to do, u will love it there.
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