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Old 11-30-2015, 07:44 PM   #11
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Since I'm new to the area, could you give me a little more info on what might be doable this time of year?
Umm well, since you're already out of Arizona, I would say Death Valley, then Alabama Hills (Independence), and up the 395 to Mammoth & get some hot spring action maybe some skiing? If you're considering Utah, Lone Rock at Lake Powell is great, then check in at the BLM office in Big Water. You can get directions and conditions on Smoky Mountain Road (Alstrom Point) or House Rock Road (Paria, Buckskin Gulch, Coyote Buttes, and White Pocket). It's cold now in the high desert, but dry for now. I just spent the weekend outside of Sedona... so much cool stuff, so little time...
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Since I'm new to the area, could you give me a little more info on what might be doable this time of year?
Umm well, since you're already out of Arizona, .
Actually I'm not there yet, but will be next week. Thanks
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I just joined the forum and read part of the trip report. I just love your pictures, and I've wanted to go to Alstrom Point for a couple years now. Thanks for the wonderful pics.
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Hi Bad luck, and welcome to the forum! This is a very special place, full of inspiration, and knowledge. We love photos here, and look forward to seeing yours!

Check out my travel blog http://www.wadeatblogspot.blogspot.com for more trip reports and my home build thread.


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