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Discussion in 'Photos' started by greener556, Mar 10, 2013.
I was there too, just a lucky find en route to somewhere else.
Camped up at the top:
Wyoming Kitty Kat on backside of Casper Mt.
A nice one. Variety?
Prairie Rattler I believe. He was sunning himself on the road on a cool day at about 7500 feet. I spotted him as he struck at me riding by.
Clark's Fork Canyon was brought up on the previous page, thought I would share a few from September of '15. Awesome place! This is rolling in from the town of Clark, looking east. So dramatic, the way this ridge just rises suddenly from the high-desert boulder fields...
Looking south, into the canyon...
The plan was to ride to the Switchbacks but I only made it a mile in before the road became way too sandy for this 600lb Yamaha. I took these from down in the river bed. Tell me someone else sees the skull hidden in the rocks...
This tree is alive and kicking despite being pretty much horizontal...
Wow, I see it.
I was curious about that picture too, and wondered about the trail (Morrison Jeep Trail) looking at GoogleEarf. The uplands above the switchbacks are beautiful. That trail may be beyond me and my Ducati's level, but I'm going to try it anyway.
I turned tail, back to Clark then around to the Beartooth Pass. This is about a mile from the western terminus of the Morrison Jeep Trail (120) where I took a break. Good place for a bear ambush? I wasn't taking that chance...
From the Chief Joseph Hwy looking into the canyon...
Can't wait to go back and use a smaller bike!
You are completely certifiable!! I luv it! I've watched all of his vids... they take over 30min just to climb the switchbacks with real dirtbikes!!! You're in for an exhausting ride. Just look at the silty, dark sand leading up to those things. You may want to start from the Beartooth. This is what a month on the road looks like...
@BaldKnob I probably won't make it anyway. But I'd sure like to camp up there, only if the bears are not a problem. Been around the blacks all my life, but I know nothing of the griz.
Don't make eye contact and never say anything about his momma!
Along Atlantic City Rd
Bottom of the Morrison jeep trail..........you could say I had some trouble with the sand!
Heading out of ...The Clarks Fork canyon after 'taking a look' at the Morrison Jeep Trail Switchbacks
Wonderful wind.... glad I have a heavy truck/trailer.
About a dozen avalanches ran to the highway between Pinedale and Hoback.
It is indeed windy, currently blowing a sustained 35mph at my place with gusts as high as 68mph according to my weather station.
A few from 2015........
Fine lookin' Shovel.