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    Photo Friday - October 25, 2013

    Humphreys from somewhere southwest of Munds Park


    Following the powerlines out to the end of Casner Mtn, while Sedona forms below


    Looking back to Flag





    Wake up Sedona!!

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    Looks like some good bikepacking, CB, nice!

    Here's my Sedona wakeup shot with 3 hot air balloons floating off the horizon.
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    The peaks a few weeks ago.
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    Riding buddy cranking it up Prospector Trail.
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    Our trip to the Grand Canyon and AZ Trail last week.
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    Looks like you had a nice time out there CB, cool shots from a great route.

    Here's a few from our Navajo Trail / AZT 42-43 ride last weekend:

    Starting out


    Nice views along House Rock Valley rd.


    Time to get our HAB on, start of the Navajo Trail.


    Yeah, it was pretty steep.


    Topping out with the Vermilion Cliffs providing the backdrop.


    There's good trail to be had up there.


    This sign is located just a couple hundred yards west of the AZT junction of FR248.


    Close enough to see Zion Nat'l Park


    Not a lot at the end of the Navajo Trail


    Day 2 led us north on the AZT


    Sweet singletrack all day.


    Crossed paths from the prior day


    Starting the final descent


    Back at Stateline


    On our way home, leaving House Rock Valley rd.
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    If you get the chance (and the permit) a hike to The Wave in that area is worth the trip.

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    I got a new bike. The bike shop said it was a good one.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Photo Friday - October 25, 2013-mojo.jpg  


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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Photo Friday - October 25, 2013-big-park1.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeskier46 View Post
    Looks like you had a nice time out there CB, cool shots from a great route.

    Here's a few from our Navajo Trail / AZT 42-43 ride last weekend:
    vermilion cliffs = natural high... Love that place
    thx for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    If you get the chance (and the permit) a hike to The Wave in that area is worth the trip.
    Second this - Wire Pass and Buckskin Gulch as well (no permit required)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSNED View Post
    Second this - Wire Pass and Buckskin Gulch as well (no permit required)
    Wire Pass and Buckskin Gulch require a permit -- but it can be purchased at the trailhead kiosk. There are currently no per day limits on the number of people that can travel WP and BG. Last time I did this hike (2012) I think it was $5/person.

    Be sure to take your ultra-wide angle camera lens in these slot canyons!

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    As usual everyone on here has some really awesome pics posted on here. Thanks for sharing!!!!

    From today out at McDowell Mountain Park:


    Amazing some of the things you can find in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve:


    More PMP with the sun starting to set:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyChap View Post
    Amazing some of the things you can find in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve:
    Where's the car at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    I got a new bike. The bike shop said it was a good one.
    Well then it looks like you need a new bike shop too.

    Sweet ride though. Good for you.
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    Helipad yesterday:
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    Hawes earlier in the week:
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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    I got a new bike. The bike shop said it was a good one.
    Huh. You didn't strike me as being the Ibis type of guy. Congrats! I got a new bike today too...
    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you’ll crash.
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    Not as cool as a lot of these pics, but I'm super excited, so I'm sharing. This bike has been awaiting so many parts to get it back to normal, just finished it up. Time to break some stuff in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by big0mike View Post
    Where's the car at?
    Hope the image works but the easiest way to find it would be from the DD parking lot go north and through the tunnel under the 51. When you get to the first major Y in the trail go right. This will take you toward birthday hill...instead of going to the hill just keep heading east toward the church at 26th street.

    Photo Friday - October 25, 2013-car-image.jpg

    I've got some other stuff that I think is a little less seen. I'll try to get some pics and add one each week for a while.

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    Sonoran Trail in the McDowells.
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    From a less traveled area
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    Photo Friday - October 25, 2013-fins.jpg
    Quick follow up on fixing the bike.

    Went for a nice sunset ride at FINS (nice and close to my house) to test my stuff. Rides great. I've been running 1x9 with a 36t and 11/34 cassette, and it has served me well, but decided to run a 32t and it tears. Great combo. Climbs quite well IMO. Would have ridden a ton more, but didn't charge that light enough. Typical Canadian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    From a less traveled area
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    I'm stumped and I'm good at this game. My first guess would be Mogollon Rim (Milk Ranch Pt area) but it looks like there are aspens below the sandstone rim which isn't likely and the rim is limestone. Could be southern Utah (Virgin Rim perhaps) but again the sandstone doesn't seem like the right rock type. So, my best guess is southwest Utah.
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    Its local here in Arizona Sierra Ancha mountains specifically aztec mountain . Top pic is looking towards 4 peaks..middle pic is looking down off workmans Falls. and last pic is from the top of aztec looking towards mount graham .
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    Quote Originally Posted by clockwork View Post
    Its local here in Arizona Sierra Ancha mountains specifically aztec mountain . Top pic is looking towards 4 peaks..middle pic is looking down off workmans Falls. and last pic is from the top of aztec looking towards mount graham .
    Excellent and nice pics! I've been to Workman Falls and also hiked into Salome from that direction. Can't remember much biking there?
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    yThanks !eah wouldn't say your run of the mill biking but there is lots of good stuff out there. Mcfadden horse trail is a good one..abbeys way aka peterson trail...and a few more ..Mcfadden is prob the longest and can be done as a shuttle but best on a AM rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 29er4ever View Post
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    Cool shot!
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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