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    Reevis Ranch

    Has anyone done this on a bike? I have not even hiked it, but I have a buddy who tells me it's pretty amazing. He did it about 10 years ago and talks about a huge old farm house, a natural spring, and an apple orchird that was still bearing fruit.

    Anyone have pictures or comments on the trail itself?

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    Wilderness. No bikey.

    I hiked to Reavis Ranch over Thanksgiving and it is a gorgeous hike.

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    Never heard of it before but just googled it and it looks like a great place! I may have to give this a try sometime. I really need some new scenery. If you hit it up be sure and provide a report. It's probably damn hot this time of year.
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    Hiked it in when I was a boy scout, right about 20 yr ago. 3 day trip in and out and yes there was still fruit bearing trees then. I would like to do it again sometime and come out with a deer on my back next time. Not getting any younger.
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    Reavis Ranch is in a Wilderness area and therefore, not open to bikes. I've been to RR about 15 times (all on foot) and the trail in from Reavis Ranch Trail Head is a pretty easy backpacking trip that takes about 3-5 hours to complete.

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    Here's a blog entry of my walk into Rogers Canyon: http://u2metoo.blogspot.com/2009/02/rogers-canyon.html
    Last edited by u2metoo; 07-23-2009 at 08:52 PM.

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