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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Greg@RME, Jul 7, 2011.
OK I"m invoking the 4 day rule
Not sure where but I sure wish I was there right now. Snow in the north west Colorado again. And down with a herniated disc in my back. So keep the pictures coming so I can figure out where I might go riding eventually. Everyone stay safe.
Sorry to hear about the disc problem. Will you have surgery? I did when I was 30, 47 now. I spent 6 months trying everything besides surgery, the knife was the only way I was going to get fixed. Micro Discectomy it think they called it. . Been good since for the most part.
For the record my photo was from Oliver's cabin, Italian creek road, we were on the way up to American flag mountain.
Moab Rim trail...... but you made it look level
Sam13, I guess the same trail but I have called in White Rim Trail. . .
trying some trickery but it didn't work.. you are up!!
The Rim trail goes up off Kane Creek above the river, right near town. White Rim is the epic Canyonlands ride.
Someone else please take it, the wife is taking me for a forced hike in the tourist free landscape .
name the area.. bonus points for trail name.
Looks like Penrose area.
Dang. I feel as though I've driven this but I cant place it.
nope... I still haven't made it over there.
if you've driven it you had a pretty highly modified rock crawler.
Indeed I do.
Oh, oh, I remember that one! But I haven't any pics to post. . . .
I did last year, and the only real challenge is at the two exits. And (trying not to talk smack here), they both have a moderate line that's more of a one-move trick or three. . . I was hoping it'd be more like your area pictured.
But still, if you're out there (Wet Mtns, Tanner Peak, etc), it's worth a stop to play around.
I knew I recognized, just could not place it. We used to walk that road down when the old mans Lapis Mine was still going. He would drop some good chunks out of the back of his JEEP. I have a a dozen or so GREAT chunks
Did you practically die when you were trying that trail @enduro-ince?
I sure did... you are up! dry creek is the area, die trying is the trail.