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    A little bit of uh-huh...

    And a whole lotta oh yeah.
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    Beautiful!

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    Any guesses where that was shot?

    (it's not Colorado)
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    Bottom of Burro pass before Hazards

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    Quote Originally Posted by skogorbet View Post
    Bottom of Burro pass before Hazards
    Yup. Warner Lake. Whiskey was consumed at that very spot this fall.

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    If that is indeed where that shot was taken I wouldn't have guessed because I didn't recognize Warner Lake. Great shot. It will be another 4 or 7 months before that shot can be taken again. Give or take.
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    Ding!

    Camped there the first week of June last year. Rode Hazard as an out and back from my tent.
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    I was looking at topos of that area the other day. Looks like fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manmountain Dense View Post
    Ding!

    Camped there the first week of June last year. Rode Hazard as an out and back from my tent.
    And when you're leaving, at least one person gets a rip down it. Adds a few minutes to the drive to town, but it's on the way to the scenic route back to CO. My wife realized that as we were packing up last fall. She drove!

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    There are some other trails (not the enchilada) that connect through Warner Lake CG, some pretty steep and techy DH stuff, like nothing else I've ridden in Moab. My new favorite place.
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