White Rim Trail

Ron Niebrugge Moab, Photos, Travel, Utah 9 Comments

Our campsite on the White Rim Trail last Fall, Canyonlands National Park, near Moab, Utah.

Our campsite on the White Rim Trail last Fall, Canyonlands National Park, near Moab, Utah.

When we were looking to do the White Rim Trail last Fall, I had trouble finding good information on the different campgrounds along the trail, or other useful information.  So when we were doing the trail, I tried to take photos of the different campsites along the way, and Janine took that information and prepared what I think it an informative article that could be helpful to other photographers and visitors.  You can find that article here:  White Rim Trail

Comments 9

  1. Great article Janine! Canyonlands is one of our favorite places to explore – amazing views in every direction it seems. This looks like a great way to spend a few days – I’m sure you guys had a blast. I’ve been meaning to ask you a question…would you adopt me?

    Hope that your summer is going well & that the photo trips are proving to be a success.

    Take care,

  2. Ron/Janine,
    Thanks for the post and article. I’ve always looked down on the White Rim from above and thought, “I’ve got to experience that one of these days…”. Next trip I’m renting the Jeep and giving my trusty Eurovan some time off!

    All the best,

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    Thanks Carole – Sure, we would love to adopt you!!

    Thanks Russ – I have always thought the same thing until last fall – it really is a fun trip!

  4. It is a good, informative article, but I have mixed feelings about telling the world how to get there and experience it. It is a shame now that all of the classic landscape photography locations have hoards of photographers standing around waiting for sunset, mainly due to the internet. I remember going on a Jeep Wagoneer and Toyota Landcruiser trip on the White Rim in 1970 when I was five years old with my father landscape photographer Philip Hyde, Parker “Ham” Hamilton, Art Ekker, A.C. Ekker and my mother. In those days there was nothing there, hardly even a track.

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    Hi David,

    I completely understand where you are coming from. Those sound like amazing experiences with you famous father! At least camping on the White Rim Trail is very limiting, and campsite tough to come by – articles like this might make them even harder to get, but hopefully won’t add too many people.

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