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... are the scratches from previous copilots mistakes along the wall.
There were some base jumpers above us on the way out of the canyon, crazy kids.
Now we are back on pavement and guard rails and it feels very nice, how spoiled we are.
Günter hat zwar öfters über den White Rim Trail im Canyonlands gesprochen , ich hatte aber nie wirklich darüber nachgedacht , aber eines Tages schauten wir über diese Weite des Canyonlands von einem Ausguck , und ...
After riding through the high prairie and luminous yellow distance of Annie Proulx's Wyoming and the mountains and snowstorms of Colorado, I was more than pleased to finally arrive in Moab, Utah where I planned on spending a few days. I've long wanted to visit Moab, largely due to becoming an avid reader of Edward Abbey -author, essayist and adventure enthusiast. Various of his works describe the Southwestern United States (Moab and ...
... sides of the highway! I continued with them until I got to I-70 to go east; that’s when it really got interesting.
I’m very grateful to the Utah Department of Transportation for putting in many scenic overlooks along I-70. Since I can’t access the National Parks, these overlooks were my only chance to take in the exotic scenery across the state. It was amazing, too: One minute you would be looking at ...
... on a mission. We needed to make it to Arches National Park before the government shut it down. I had secured a reservation at the park campground a week before, and as long as we got in on the 30th, we'd have 48 hours in Arches before they kicked us out. About 8 hours into our drive I double checked our reservation and discovered I had made it for OCTOBER 30, not September. Argh!!! We remained hopeful that we might get ...
... It was a crack with no other hand or foot holds. Maria taught us about crack climbing. It was cool, but I prefered slab climbing. Next I did a really hard slab climb followed by a mixture of the two styles. I can't wait to do more climbing On the third day we went on a jeep. Mummy wrote a blog about that one. On the fourth day we did mountain biking on the slickrock (sandstone rock). Moab is famous for ...
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