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Jeanie from Rifle, CO on 5/23/2011 11:08:22 AM:
Any great ideas for traveling the 4 miles to reach Falling Water? I have been told Highway 381 is not safe to bike on and we haven't found any shuttle service?

 
Colorado Riders from Fruita, CO on 5/23/2011 11:42:02 AM:
Hey, we're from Fruita and will be riding the trail in June. We've made arrangements for a shuttle through the raft company Wilderness Voyagers--very reasonable. It allowed us to make reservations at FW and not worry about the ride on the road. When will you be riding?

 
Kate from Indpls, IN on 6/22/2011 1:55:16 PM:
Could you share the shuttle service number? We will be doing a side trip too and may want to grab a shuttle.

 
julia on 6/23/2011 10:07:18 AM:
We were there last week and chose not to risk life and limb on our bikes, we got a shuttle ride from the Wilderness Voyagers people, on the north side of the river.They will drop you right there and you call them when you want to come back - it cost us $25, well worth not dying for!