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#22
That’s gorgeous. Yeah on the bucket list
Yes, views are breathing!! As much as we've tried, pics just don't do its justice. The view of the valley ~3k feet below have something "Majestic" in it.
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Turned out to be a quite a nice trip. About ten miles off pavement, with approx five miles (each way) of mostly Blue trails. My turd gen on 33s was able to manage it pretty nicely. Yes, it took me a bunch of time, but... it's a mall crawler packed with a whole family and two dogs (I'll use that excuse as much as I can).
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I definitely recommend it :thumbsup:
 

Itaro

I like my dogs more than most people
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#23
Yes, views are breathing!! As much as we've tried, pics just don't do its justice. The view of the valley ~3k feet below have something "Majestic" in it.
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Turned out to be a quite a nice trip. About ten miles off pavement, with approx five miles (each way) of mostly Blue trails. My turd gen on 33s was able to manage it pretty nicely. Yes, it took me a bunch of time, but... it's a mall crawler packed with a whole family and two dogs (I'll use that excuse as much as I can).
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I definitely recommend it :thumbsup:
Family and two dogs?
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#35
what hemisphere are in where you need a sweatshirt this time of year?? also that looks super awesome and way better than the same 4 walls I've been staring at for too long.
Lol. 68° at 5am. I didn't need a hoodie, my weaklings on the other hand...

Yes, Arches and surrounding area just beautiful! We watched a sunrise through South Window Arch. Us and some 20 more people.
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#37
Yes, thanks. It is great! Views in UT are amazing, and it is too hot and too dry for mosquitoes!!
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Trip looks awesome.
Missing green grass though. And looking forward to green mountains of PA (even with highest point on 80 west of Mississippi being at 2250' :evilgrin:)
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Most of Colorado, Utah and even Idaho look (and are) soo dry compared to what I'm used to back East
 
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