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Old 06-14-2012, 12:56 AM   #1
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UTAH SATURDAY JULY 21ST MEET/TRAIL RUN

Alright sounds like the date for the next run is going to be July 21st. Who's all down, where are we going, and when and where do we want to meet?

UPDATE: 1000 AM at Cabela's South parking lot

Date: Saturday July 21st
Time: 1000 AM
Place: Cabela's
Trail: 5-Mile and Bountiful after if time permits

Attendees:
1) DrunknSloth
2) Trowbocop
3) Manlaan
4) jdk52
5) zr2ee
6) RMAN808
7) JasoTaco
8) Sparky36
9) elykTacos
10) WW_FIREFIGHTER
11) Utard
12) TROKITA
RED: Maybes
Blue: Dropped

Of course all are welcome with any vehicles.

Suggestions also include Kennecott Mine which is what I'm leaning towards

Manlaan:
Some suggestions from the previous thread:
1. Inspiration Point (Difficulty 1/10)
2. Butterfield Canyon/Kennecott Overlook (maybe visitor center also) (Difficulty 1/10)
3. South Weber Fork (Difficulty: Looks about like a 3-4/10)

Previous Trips:
4. American Fork - Lots of different options (Difficulty: 1 to 6)
5. 5 Mile Pass (Difficulty: 3 to 8)
6. Francis Peak/Smith Creek Lakes (Difficulty: 3)

Longer trips
7. Transcontinental Railroad/SunTunnels/Spiral Jetty
8. Pony Express

9. Other?
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Old 06-14-2012, 06:56 PM   #3
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just got my truck back WOOT!, i'm down for some trail riding. I'm out of american fork so not sure where everyone is thinking of going yet but i'm all for close to home
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:50 PM   #4
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So, I guess we have to decide where we want to go...

Some suggestions from the previous thread:
1. Inspiration Point (Difficulty 1/10)
2. Butterfield Canyon/Kennecott Overlook (maybe visitor center also) (Difficulty 1/10)
3. South Weber Fork (Difficulty: Looks about like a 3-4/10)

Previous Trips:
4. American Fork - Lots of different options (Difficulty: 1 to 6)
5. 5 Mile Pass (Difficulty: 3 to 8)
6. Francis Peak/Smith Creek Lakes (Difficulty: 3)

Longer trips
7. Transcontinental Railroad/SunTunnels/Spiral Jetty
8. Pony Express

9. Other?


I'm good for just about anything. I'm just happy to be out of the house.
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i'm down for 5 mile, butterfield canyon or american fork canyon since they are the closest to me. im not sure if i'd want to travel out further than that for a trail run.
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Pony Express is just a dirt/desert road right? If so, then I could possibly be a "maybe" for that
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Old 06-14-2012, 11:14 PM   #8
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Pony Express is just a dirt/desert road right? If so, then I could possibly be a "maybe" for that
Pretty much. About 170 miles from one end to the other. It can be done in one day, but many prefer to do it in two days. Guess it just depends how much you want to stop. Theres things like the geode beds and the wildlife refuge, and of course the stations along the way. Can start from either Wendover side or at 5 mile pass.

Its something I would recommend everyone bring an extra can of gas, and make sure their spare is good though.
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Old 06-14-2012, 11:33 PM   #9
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Hmm... I might actually hit up Discount soon so I can get a spare that matches the size of my current tires. I'll probably just run the same rim and tire as my wheels right now. Two days won't work for me though. I have to work the next morning at 0700 but if someone else wants to split early with me then I'll be down. I could split on my own but I rather have someone that can tow me if needed.
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Awesome! That's great that this is more than a month away. Broke a lug nut while tightening my wheels down. Gives me time to get it fixed, or else I'm screwed if I get a flat
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Old 06-15-2012, 08:57 AM   #13
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I'm good with anywhere that dosn't get harder than a 5 (scare of 1-10).
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Kennecott looks good to me. I have been looking for a reason to explore that pass and butterfield canyon. Im sure we can find some stuff to mess around on.

Count me in for whatever.
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Kennecott looks good to me. I have been looking for a reason to explore that pass and butterfield canyon. Im sure we can find some stuff to mess around on.

Count me in for whatever.
I got some take out and went up to Kennecott tonight. AWESOME view
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I got some take out and went up to Kennecott tonight. AWESOME view

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kennecott is cool but pretty easy like a 1 but not much too mess around like the backside of american fork.
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