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02-Jan-2015 02:29

They can What gets me about the entire ordeal is that a friend showed me this trail (a good portion of it) in the mid 80's on Honda 3 wheelers, it was an established trail even then.Being so close to Blanding every inch of it has been hiked, ridden and enjoyed by me and hundreds of youngsters every since the area was settled.From what I could tell its the new section of trail that was constructed from the west canyon rim to the canyon floor that really got the Old Broads granny panties in a bunch. If we get to vote I cast my ballot for giving this one to the ATVer's. YMMV Yeah, I was looking at some old topos and nearly the entire canyon is marked in roads.From what I could tell its the new section of trail that was constructed from the west canyon rim to the canyon floor that really got the Old Broads granny panties in a bunch.Opening it would give a great excuse to go back and reminisce.Yeah, I was looking at some old topos and nearly the entire canyon is marked in roads. The trail is already in, established and popular among the ATV crowd.Yep, that was there as well, we rode our 3 wheelers right out of the canyon and along the Brown's property line to a gate and out to the gravel road.The story I got when I asked about it was the road/trail at that spot went to a small coal deposit that was mined for a short time. And all of you ATV haters can bite my Shane, which maps are you looking at?

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