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Grand Gulch from Collins Spring TH, UT
2011-05-22121 by
 
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Canyonlands, UT
 
Backpack51.00 Miles5 Days          
2,000 ft AEG 50 LBS Pack 
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Good company, good weather, countless ruins, excellent cactus blooms, enough water. It's impossible to upload enough pics to describe this place. I left out quite a bit, including many of the pictographs on Day 1 and more common pictographs thereafter. I left out a lot of ruins, too, and many shards and corn cobs.
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