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Discussion in 'Photos' started by AirForce, Mar 6, 2005.
I will pass by that sign tomorrow late morning. Headed to US Forest Service Road 1.
That's the one that goes from Mad River up to around Willow Creek huh? We didn't get a chance to ride that one when were were down there last month. We talked to a couple in Willow Creek that had & they said they really liked it. I'll definitely have to catch it next time.
Road 1 is a very good way to spend 50 long scenic miles,I ride RD1 as often as life's demands allow,enjoy your trip tomarrow!
not the thing you want to see at the edge of a trail...outside sussex new brunswick.
Yeah, an open pit mine might be a bad place to miss a turn.
Cripple Creek, CO
No spraying and no mowing.
Glen Quaich, central Scotland by Peter McCullough Photography, on Flickr
Guess where this road goes... Insanity.... actually rates in the top 10% of Utah's "tourist attractions" - 60 reviews/5 of 5 stars (Trip Advisor), Rt 261 "Moki Dugway"
Been there done that but not on 2 wheels ... I leave those roads to you adventure riders :)
and I do mean adventure!
Thought I posted these last month guess not.
Wow... adventurers, the lot of ya.
Couple of my own pix... I was [well kinda] thinking I'd rather have been on my bike since some of the blind sections felt about 1.5 car widths wide (2-way road).
Any of you guys get to hike the knife-edge "Angel's Landing" trail at Zion? Now that was the most terrifying thing I've ever done (voluntarily at least).
Now I'm sea-sicky
Translation and meaning:
Don't ride to fast, so your Guardian Angel can keep up with you.
I've been there and would have done that but I'm nowhere near fit enough to think I could make it without some kind of medical/rescue assistance so I stayed down at the bottom and stuck to the more "genteel" trails.
I did do some really cool but still extremely taxing trails at Bryce Canyon, and more than a couple of breathtaking hikes at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. I also drove Hell's Backbone up near Boulder UT ... "interesting" road with some pretty spectacular views, especially from the one lane bridge with pretty much nothing on either side but a 1000' drop :)
I didn't know you could travel to Peru or Mexico via US 24 in Indiana.
Angels Landing is not that strenuous or technically difficult... is more of a psychological fear-of-heights thing. There was a 4-5 month pregnant woman in front of me, a 80 y.o. couple at the summit, a 300 lbs woman that turned around at the scary knife-edge section (she made it 75% of the elevation), and while I was climbing on all fours (from fear), a guy was hopping down rock-to-rock..... in flip flops!