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Fairyland Loop Trail, UT
2010-05-2626 by
 
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Southwest, UT
 
Hiking8.30 Miles   3 Hrs   30 Mns    2.37 mph
2,309 ft AEG   
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Well, it took me 6 weeks to post my hike description and a year to post my trip log and add pictures. Oh well.....guess I've been busy.

We met a nice elderly gentleman from Texas who took our picture at the TH. Maybe saw 16 people all day. This is a gorgeous hike with eye candy at every turn of the trail. Really windy...as a matter of fact it was so windy we met up with a young 20-something woman from Boston whose Bo-Sox hat blew off and was sitting 100 feet down a 45 degree scree slope and she was skittish about getting down there to retrieve it. So I showed her the "Arizona Butt-Scoot" and got it for her. HECK...this is a RED SOX cap and I couldn't leave it in the middle of Utah!

Awesome hike.....beautiful day for our last day in Bryce.
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Trish-Kabob

"May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds" Ed Abbey
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