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Old 01-14-2009, 08:16 PM
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At least one of the days I'm wanting to go explore backcountry.

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I was thinking bout a Sunday through tuesday trip to some place. Possibly thinking bout heading back to Beef Basin as I learned about a Cliff Dwelling that needs further investigation! Along with road 111....

Perry, how much hiking is involved in this trip? Also is this a high speed run or ??? Would be cool to go but hiking is hard for me.
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Perry, how much hiking is involved in this trip? Also is this a high speed run or ??? Would be cool to go but hiking is hard for me.

Not much hiking would be involved. From my readings, Beef Basin Wash leads to this Dweling, and only a short stroll from the parking area.

I guess it could be a high speed run depending on the mood of the group. Being alone, I managed to cover the Basin in a afternoon. Road 111 might be a little slower, as I did not see any signs of use, but a good afternoon drive.
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