I don't think it can be called a risk when the probability reaches 1.0.nonot wrote:risk of people being stupid
Uh-oh, those are officially geriatric directions. Don't feel bad, I absorbed directions in my mom's hometown from my grandparents, who spoke mainly in terms of landmarks that were gone before I was born. I could give a good historical tour of that place.azbackpackr wrote:It's where the trailer park used to be
I hope two of them didn't bail out partway through and try to walk out on their own.SAMBA wrote:It's a 2-part PBS series originally filmed in 2014 of 9 adventurers attempting to replicate Powell's 1869 expedition through the Canyon in IDENTICAL wood row boats.
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?