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Old 09-09-2005   #11
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Deer Creek and Elves' Chasm. National made for a nice layover day too.

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Old 09-09-2005   #12
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North canyon mile 20, Nataloid canyon about 34, Buck Farm mile 41, saddle canyon mile 48 bring a rope and do the upper, Little nankoweap mile 52 vere right then look to left for break to the platue between big and little Nan's and you might find a huge rock with over 1000 years of pictures on it it was easier than it sounds. Sipapu about 6 miles up the little c, lava chuar canyon at about 65, red canyon although this is a great river to rim78, Clear creek around mile 80, monument creek from the granite camp mile 95, bass camp mile 110 go up over the ridge into shinamo creek hike to the confluence with white creek go twards the powell plateu 3rd onlt to thunder and mooney, Galloway canyon mile 132, Kanab creek incase it was'nt mentioned, Matcat and olo hook upya gota want that one, buckfarm 198, granite park 209, three springs 215 and every other one mentioned. sj

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Third vote for Elves' Chasm
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Old 09-09-2005   #14
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Did you go into the "Green Room" at Beaver Falls up Havasu? That's a must....

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The green room is a must. Way cool. sj
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big jump below beaver at the top of the climb. thunder room under 2nd tier of beaver. stone. kanab creek.
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Old 09-14-2005   #17
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Kinda hard to argue with SJ's post. Guy has obviously been there.
Here's is one not mentioned so far, but one of my favs:
Stone Canyon. (About mile 130). Big, flat beach. Don't get stuck there in falling water.
Go up high, see wonderful examples of the of very old sedimetary rocks, very unusual.
Really liked Blacktail, Silver Grotto and of course the usual suspects.

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