Alternate Route Home Details

To accomplish a route that takes us from Moab to New Orleans and then back north to New York:

Variations:

Moab, UT to Elephant Butte state park, NM — 550 miles / 9 hours (tent camping in recreational state park – see details : would be just a stop over)

Elephant Butte state park, NM to Big Bend national park, TX — 500 miles / 8 hours (camping in national park park – see details : plan an extra day or two days here for river trip)

Big Bend national park, TX to Palmetto state park, TX — 500 miles / 8 hours (camping in state park — see details: would be just a stopover)

Palmetto state park, TX to New Orleans, LA — 500 miles / 8 hours

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Moab, UT to Calsbad Caverns, NM –700 miles /12 hours (back country camping in national park — hike in primitive camping / cool bat flight at dusk, possibility to visit the caverns – see details: would be good to spend one day to visit caverns and see bat flight)

Calsbad Caverns, NM to South Llano River state park, TX — 400 miles / 6 hours (walk-in tent campsites in recreational park – see details: would be just a stop over)

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Calsbad Caverns, NM to Guadalupe River state park, TX — 500 miles / 9 hours (camping at the state park – see details — include an extra day for half day canoe trip with mild rapids — see details )

Guadalupe River state park, TX to Village Creek state park, TX — 350 miles / 5 hours (see details — would be just a stop over)

Village Creek state park, TX to New Orleans, LA — 300 miles / 5 hours

New Orleans, LA to Lake Lurleen state park, AL — 300 miles / 5 hours

Lake Lurleen state park, AL to Great Smoky Mountains national park, TN — 400 miles / 6 hours

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