Photos of Great Road Signs

Discussion in 'Photos' started by AirForce, Mar 6, 2005.

  1. wiley.coyote

    wiley.coyote Adventurer

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    Hahaha. Thanks.
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  3. tomatocity

    tomatocity Retired and lovin' it

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    I will pass by that sign tomorrow late morning. Headed to US Forest Service Road 1.
  4. wiley.coyote

    wiley.coyote Adventurer

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    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.
  5. 8lives

    8lives Dharma Bum

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    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!
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    casey sohc Been here awhile

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    not the thing you want to see at the edge of a trail...outside sussex new brunswick.
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    Yeah, an open pit mine might be a bad place to miss a turn. :wink:

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  11. Snapper

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    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"

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    Been there done that but not on 2 wheels ... I leave those roads to you adventure riders :)
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    and I do mean adventure!
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  14. Snapper

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    Wow... adventurers, the lot of ya. :clap

    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).

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    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).

    CLICKY. :eek1



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  17. Mr.JAJA

    Mr.JAJA Been here awhile

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  18. pcdoc54

    pcdoc54 Been here awhile

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    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 :)
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    I didn't know you could travel to Peru or Mexico via US 24 in Indiana.

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  20. Snapper

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    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!