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    Name that location

    Here's my entry: (left click on the pic)

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    Thought I had it but no...
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    Does it have to be in the Front Range? Because that rings a bell, but not in the front range (not even in the state, ahah!)
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    I came across that pic while perusing the archives. I bet a lot of you have ridden that but never looked back up to see it like in the pic. Doesn't have to be on the Front Range but at least a place that most here might have ridden at one time.

    And, no, I didn't ride that, I parked my Flux up there and jumped down for this pic.
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    The notch on porcupine rim (lps?)

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    The notch on porcupine rim (lps?)
    We have a winner!
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    In line with a different perspective on a trail most have ridden...




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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    We have a winner!
    ahah, that's what I had in mind too!

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    I don't know about this one, but nice GG
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    That tree is gone now, IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
    That tree is gone now, IIRC.
    I bounced off that tree while going OTB the only time I attempted the Notch. So many things have to go right to clean it, not having the tree there is just one factor. Once I stood overlooking a pack of riders I was with, one after another crashing either midway down or right at the tree. Nobody cleaned it. There are videos of riders cleaning it, making it look easy...hah!
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    Yeah... I've never actually attempted the Notch. And at this point I'm too old (read: wise) to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    We have a winner!
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    That tree is gone now, IIRC.
    The notch was my guess straight away when you posted last night, but the tree still being shown there was what threw me.

    I hadn't had a chance to glance at my photos from the first time down there 10+ years ago during a Turner meetup, @xcguy you had a cooler of water at the very end of Enchilada which was most welcome
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    In line with a different perspective on a trail most have ridden...




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    Buckhorn looking up at Tenney crags

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    That sir is correct

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    This one shouldn't be too tough.

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    Is that the trail which takes off to the right near the end of Segment 6 of the CO trail?

    Got out the map...Red Trail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Is that the trail which takes off to the right near the end of Segment 6 of the CO trail?

    Got out the map...Red Trail?
    We have a winner! Intersection of Red Trail and Colorado Trail above Keystone Ranch.

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    Cool! Only been there three times.

    Here's one, not too hard (hopefully):
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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Cool! Only been there three times.

    Here's one, not too hard (hopefully):
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    Somewhere at Buffalo Creek?
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    Nice Kitty?

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    It's got the horse water trough on the left there iirc. I think NK too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Cool! Only been there three times.

    Here's one, not too hard (hopefully):
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    Colorado Trail, Segment 2 heading up from the South Platte towards Buffalo Creek about 2-3 miles in.

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    smmokan nails it! Bit of a trick question since it looks like NK and other nearby trails but it's not "really" Buffalo Creek...

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    Here's a twofer for ya

    Two in the same location

    Name that location-moabapril2005-180.jpg

    Name that location-moabapril2005-201.jpg
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    Looks like Bartlett Wash

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    Quote Originally Posted by querynotfound View Post
    Looks like Bartlett Wash
    Yup. I always wished I could access BW out my back door for an after work ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Yup. I always wished I could access BW out my back door for an after work ride.
    Everywhere around Moab is fantastic to ride.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Yup. I always wished I could access BW out my back door for an after work ride.
    and Jedi too, for extra variety.


    How about this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by querynotfound View Post
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    Is that Thunder Pass, with the Nohku Crags in the background?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Is that Thunder Pass, with the Nohku Crags in the background?
    Correct! It's a bummer we can't continue on the trail into RMNP

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    Top of Jefferson trail a hundred yards from the CT!

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    and Jedi too, for extra variety.


    How about this one?

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    Here's a popular Front Range trail that's kind of tricky, since this section of trail was rerouted in the last few months (it used to be on top of the hill to the left, then it dropped down the other side):
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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Here's a popular Front Range trail that's kind of tricky, since this section of trail was rerouted in the last few months (it used to be on top of the hill to the left, then it dropped down the other side):
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    Walker Ranch
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    Quote Originally Posted by querynotfound View Post
    Correct! It's a bummer we can't continue on the trail into RMNP
    I've been tempted to pull the wheels and put the bike on my pack at that point and then hike to Long Draw or south to Trail Ridge Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Top of Jefferson trail a hundred yards from the CT!
    Yep!

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    Yep, Walker, they rerouted the trail a fair bit...hope they figure out a singletrack down to the bridge next!

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    One more

    The view from what trail?

    Name that location-moabapril2005-229.jpg

    It's been instructive for me to check out these old old images shot with ancient cameras given what I have to shoot with these days (job related). I didn't know how good these little cameras were back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    The view from what trail?

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    It's been instructive for me to check out these old old images shot with ancient cameras given what I have to shoot with these days (job related). I didn't know how good these little cameras were back then.
    Top of Jackson's Ladder on Amasa Back.

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    Probably too easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furrydogs View Post
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    Captain Ahab

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    Who has been here?

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    Curt gowdy waterfall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Curt gowdy waterfall
    Correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Top of Jackson's Ladder on Amasa Back.
    Technically, Jacob's Ladder is over to the right, past the pipeline...but you're close enough!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Technically, Jacob's Ladder is over to the right, past the pipeline...but you're close enough!
    I thought the angle was a bit off and wondered if it might be from the climb up to Upper Ahab instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post




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    Peaks Trail?

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    Nope- front range option

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Nope- front range option
    Golden Gate Canyon?
    New to Colorado since 1993.

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    Higher...prime fat biking currently

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post




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    Near Brainard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Captain Ahab
    Yup

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    Red hot

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    Same trail


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    We don't need more to be thankful for; we just need to be more thankful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post


    Same trail

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    Coney Flats/Buchanan?
    Trailwrecker at large

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    Quote Originally Posted by jl View Post


    Wheeler Pass?

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    Hint: it's a grind to get up to this viewpoint

    (left click the image)

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    A little further south and a little higher

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post


    Same trail


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    Upper SSV?

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    Name that location-peak.jpg

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    Missing link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Wheeler Pass?
    Close... But a little farther North...
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    Closer...I use it to loop little raven or shorten the ssv figure 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Missing link?
    Bingo!

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    The steps at walker? Actually I have no idea...

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    Name that location-184a6332-7ba7-4832-90c8-8870c6af4e81.jpeg
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by She&I View Post
    Bouldering at Mt. Sanitas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    (left click the image)

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    Top of The World. That's Onion Creek/Professor Valley down there. Porcupine Rim is off in the distance but not in this pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    Top of The World. That's Onion Creek/Professor Valley down there. Porcupine Rim is off in the distance but not in this pic.
    Thanks for giving us the answer. That thought briefly crossed my mind, but I've only been up there once and that was more than a dozen years ago, so my memory is fuzzy. This shot must be looking SE and the snow covered mountains are the San Juans instead of the La Sals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
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    Looks like it could be at Bobcat Ridge or Devil's Backbone, but not sure of an exact location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    We have a winner!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Looks like it could be at Bobcat Ridge or Devil's Backbone, but not sure of an exact location.
    Close, it's Blue Sky Trail between Coyote Ridge and Devil's Backbone

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    Quote Originally Posted by querynotfound View Post
    Close, it's Blue Sky Trail between Coyote Ridge and Devil's Backbone
    North of the 2 big cottonwoods and bench?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jl View Post
    Close... But a little farther North...
    Miner's Creek?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    North of the 2 big cottonwoods and bench?
    Now that I'm looking at a map I think I'm wrong haha. With the trees on the ridge in the background it looks more like Bobcat Ridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by querynotfound View Post
    Now that I'm looking at a map I think I'm wrong haha. With the trees on the ridge in the background it looks more like Bobcat Ridge
    I think this is the dead tree just out of the parking lot at Bobcat Ridge. It is visible from the concrete path right near the trail head info kiosk and before the trail turns to dirt near the picnic shelter.

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    Here is a fairly simple one.

    Name that location-10645329_10205067908086322_1694785730062378296_n.jpg

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    Since no one else is playing - monarch crest in sept? Early oct between the initial climb and greens shelter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    Since no one else is playing - monarch crest in sept? Early oct between the initial climb and greens shelter
    Yes. First weekend in October 2014.

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    Yeah, more people here should putting up their pics...to keep me from putting up mine

    I've carried a camera with me on nearly every ride since Day One and I never delete pics, so do the math

    An easy one for ya (left click this one) Same camera as Top of The World but this is what you could get with the early ancient cameras, hit or miss

    Name that location-moabapril2005-100.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    I've carried a camera with me on nearly every ride since Day One and I never delete pics, so do the math

    An easy one for ya (left click this one) Same camera as Top of The World but this is what you could get with the early ancient cameras, hit or miss

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    Man I am bad at this
    Guess 1
    Road leading to lunch loops
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    Road leading to mag 7 trails

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcguy View Post
    I've carried a camera with me on nearly every ride since Day One and I never delete pics, so do the math

    An easy one for ya (left click this one) Same camera as Top of The World but this is what you could get with the early ancient cameras, hit or miss

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    Kane Creek Road, returning from Amasa Back and looking up at the Moab Rim climb. River on the left and town straight ahead.

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    This one is closer to home

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Here is a fairly simple one.

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    I don't think it is, but guessing heading up towards South Park trail from Guanella Pass?
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    Damn, you guys are good. I'll throw this obscurity your way and see if anyone can guess... It's very much south of us.

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    Jenny Lake from a bit before the tunnel (east side of Rollins Pass).

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    This one is closer to home

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    Where's this one? Hint: less than 7000' elevation and less than 2 miles from the flats on the Front Range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleestak View Post
    Damn, you guys are good. I'll throw this obscurity your way and see if anyone can guess... It's very much south of us.

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    Thunder Mountain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcloud View Post
    The steps at walker? Actually I have no idea...
    Hehe. It’s the rock pile off Hidden Fawn trail in Three Sisters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Thunder Mountain?
    Newp. Further south and east of front range. You have to drive past a volcano to get there.

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    Yes. A lot of hike-a-bike... (Miner's Creek)
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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Jenny Lake from a bit before the tunnel (east side of Rollins Pass).
    Correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleestak View Post
    Newp. Further south and east of front range. You have to drive past a volcano to get there.

    Somewhere in New Mexico? I've driven by a volcano near Capulin, NM east of Raton several times. I've never ridden in NM, so I don't know what is out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Looks like it could be at Bobcat Ridge or Devil's Backbone, but not sure of an exact location.
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    Close, it's Blue Sky Trail between Coyote Ridge and Devil's Backbone
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    North of the 2 big cottonwoods and bench?
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    Now that I'm looking at a map I think I'm wrong haha. With the trees on the ridge in the background it looks more like Bobcat Ridge
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    I think this is the dead tree just out of the parking lot at Bobcat Ridge. It is visible from the concrete path right near the trail head info kiosk and before the trail turns to dirt near the picnic shelter.
    Bingo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by locoyokel View Post
    Where's this one? Hint: less than 7000' elevation and less than 2 miles from the flats on the Front Range.
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    Great photo, but I have no idea where it was taken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgltrak View Post
    Somewhere in New Mexico? I've driven by a volcano near Capulin, NM east of Raton several times. I've never ridden in NM, so I don't know what is out there.
    Capulin is the volcano you drive past. If you keep going, you'll end up in TX. The pictured place is actually the second largest canyon in the US - Palo Duro.

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