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Old 11-14-2013
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My wife found this a while back. Great for backpacking!
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_3744742.html
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Both sound great, always love input from others who have been there. There are a lot of trails I know I want to do, and sit seems like more being added everyday. Done some great hikes in Zion, Bryce and Yosemite this year, but sadly no backpacking. Zion and Bryce are on the list again for a week or so in the summer, gonna take the camper to make base camp but a lot of hike and a couple overnighters are being planned.
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Just did my first trip with San Diego Overnight Backpackers to Granite Springs Primitive area. I love the mindset of not having to return thereby giving you more range. I just posted a trip for June with at least one overnight in Escalante to do the Little Death Hollow Wolverine loop.
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