For the most part you're following a either a long gradually uphill drainage, or a long gradually downhill drainage. The legs aren't exactly straight, but pretty much so.elleryjk wrote: ... always gets lost and says it's tough to follow ...
Yeah, I recall some discontinuous bits of faint trail along that stretch, but it was mostly a road walk (although not much of route-finding challenge in the sense of possibly going astray).rcorfman wrote:Well there really is no tread from General Springs cabin east. I think most just follow FR300,
It would be beautiful and mostly fun, but I'd probably worry too much the whole way about whether there's a washout around the next bend waiting to wreck me.SAMBA wrote: Would it be fun, beautiful, and most importantly, relatively easy?
Maybe it's like those cattle grids that are really just lines of paint on the pavement. Or maybe there used to be regular fence extending from either end of the hula skirt.LosDosSloFolks wrote:hat's what I thought at first except that the cattle can just walk around either side. Seems to defeat the purpose.
The down side is that Colorado River water is apparently super muddy right now. I hope it clears up a bit in the next two weeks.chumley wrote:The entire Colorado basin is looking good.