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Old 05-11-2009, 08:57 AM
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Some people get to ride those dream trails, others get to dream of riding those trails!!
I agree, just got to make time to get out there. Thanks for the pics. I do enjoy them.
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Just amazing!! I'm going to need a tour guide someday if i can ever get a vacation, that place is definately on my must do list for atving. And as always Thx for sharing!!! Great photos!

Some people get to ride those dream trails, others get to dream of riding those trails!!
If you ever do make it out here I sure hope you hunt us down. We will have time to play in the late fall which is our favorite time to ride.
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Wow, I don't like dry climates that much, but I'd sure like to live near those trails. Fantastic scenery. Great photos.
agreed you guys have a beauitful area to ride in for sure. thats gods country all the way.
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They way things are going with all these new tree hugger laws being passed...Utah may be the ohv'rs only refuge!! We might all be coming out there to live!!...(freely!!)
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We are coming to stay at the Rocky Rideg resort on June 11 through June 17th. Do you think there will be alot of snow? Any rides that we must do? Any advice would be appreciated and maybe we will see you there!
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Hey Cammer, I wanna see some pic's!! I envey you!!
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Comming out in September and could sure use a guide. It will be the wife and I and her little dog. wanna spend about 7 days riding and exploring. BTW great pics!
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Comming out in September and could sure use a guide. It will be the wife and I and her little dog. wanna spend about 7 days riding and exploring. BTW great pics!
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We'll be opening our store in the center of Marysvale in a few weeks so we wont be available to guide but we are pretty good at recommending trails and giving direction.

We took the day off from our remodeling and rode one of our favorite trails today, Manning Meadows.


No UTVs here except for the smaller Razors.


Time for a pit stop.


We ate lunch here at Upper Box Creek Reservoir.


On the bottom left of the map where the 01 is (Paiute Trail #01) is about 16 miles from Marysvale and is a good road passable by most vehicles, the first picture shows trail #89 just a few miles past the #01 on the map and is where we the trail started.

From the blue section of #89 to the black (black represents the rougher trails) we turned rright on to #87 and went over to Upper Box Creek Res for lunch.

We returned on #87 back to #89 north to back to #01 (#069). Turned right and headed to #033, turned right onto #033, to #53, to #068 back to #54 and then to #01. Turned left and rode back to Marysvale for a round trip of about 70 miles.


This is #87 leaving the reservoir after lunch headed back to trail #89.

Here's just a few of the ride;


#89


#89


#89 This was the "Oldroyd Fire" back in 2000 that burned roughly 1350 acres. This is a very neat section of the trail.


Back on #01, the flowers are out.


#033 We stopped for a toddie.


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#053 Just a nice picture.


This was coming back into town down Dry Creek Canyon which is trail #02.

It was a perfect day for a ride. It rained yesterday so there was no dust and cooler temps.
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Now you're just being mean showing those trails! LOL
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