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Thread: Canyoneering/Hiking/Backpacking Sites Covering Other States?

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    Canyoneering/Hiking/Backpacking Sites Covering Other States?

    We are lucky here in Utah to have Uutah and Climb-Utah and Tanya's Zion site to provide lots of great beta, pics, and trail reports for this wonderful state. Are any of you away of similar sites that focus on other states?

    Is there something like a Climb-Colorado? Or maybe a AArizona?

    I'm especially interested in the intermountain west states but any will do.
    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    Re: Canyoneering/Hiking/Backpacking Sites Covering Other Sta

    Quote Originally Posted by Brewhaha
    We are lucky here in Utah to have Uutah and Climb-Utah and Tanya's Zion site to provide lots of great beta, pics, and trail reports for this wonderful state. Are any of you away of similar sites that focus on other states?

    Is there something like a Climb-Colorado? Or maybe a AArizona?

    I'm especially interested in the intermountain west states but any will do.


    I do North Rim Grand Canyon

    http://www.zionnational-park.com/grand-canyon.htm


    Maybe Todd's Hiking Guide? I think it covers a lot of Arizona

    http://www.toddshikingguide.com/

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    I forgot Tanya does the GC.

    Here is another site I found (I hope it is not verboten to mention it):

    hikearizona.com
    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    Re: Canyoneering/Hiking/Backpacking Sites Covering Other Sta

    Quote Originally Posted by Brewhaha
    Are any of you away of similar sites that focus on other states?
    I would be very interested in something like that about hiking, canyoneering, and adventure in New Mexico.

    Sub-topic: anyone interested in meeting up and exploring the Bisti Wilderness?

    http://richardbarron.net/desertcold/
    http://richardbarron.net/highroad/
    http://www.richardbarron.net/vp2001/
    http://richardbarron.net/newmexico/

    -Richard

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    Here's a much less extensive site for some NM hikes:

    http://www.explorenm.com/
    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    Summitpost coveres the world, but is only for hiking, climbing, and canyoneering:

    http://www.summitpost.org/

    Todd's Desert Hiking Guide is the best site I've seen for Arizona:

    http://www.toddshikingguide.com/index.htm
    Utah is a very special and unique place. There is no where else like it on earth. Please take care of it and keep the remaining wild areas in pristine condition. The world will be a better place if you do.

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    This site has beta on canyoneering in the Northwest.
    http://www.canyoneeringnorthwest.hopto.org/

    Some very cool looking canyons up there.

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    Perhaps this thread should be moved to one of the Canyoneering, Hiking, or Backpacking Forums given that it contains good info pertaining to those areas.

    Beech?

    Acca?
    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    Canyoneering in the Pacific Northwest:

    http://www.canyoneeringnorthwest.com

    Lots of beta on many canyons first descended (at least that we know of) in the last few years. Each summer more canyons are added.

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    I moved this to the Hiking section as kind of a catch all and more appropriate section.

    Here is a bunch of good Kalifonia info sprinkled with some other goods stuff.
    http://www.dankat.com/dankat/dankat.htm

    Some good Ice Climbing Info
    http://www.iceclimb.com/UT.html

    Some good Ghost Town info
    http://www.ghosttowns.com/states/ut/ut.html


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    Re: Canyoneering/Hiking/Backpacking Sites Covering Other Sta

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Barron
    Quote Originally Posted by Brewhaha
    Are any of you away of similar sites that focus on other states?
    I would be very interested in something like that about hiking, canyoneering, and adventure in New Mexico.

    Sub-topic: anyone interested in meeting up and exploring the Bisti Wilderness?

    http://richardbarron.net/desertcold/
    http://richardbarron.net/highroad/
    http://www.richardbarron.net/vp2001/
    http://richardbarron.net/newmexico/

    -Richard
    Your galleries are superb, Richard. Thanks for sharing. I want to visit Bisti on my way back east, but right now I don't know when that may be.
    Stan

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    Dang.... I almost forgot, there is a great Nevada site similar to Climb-Utah.com.

    Hiking Las Vegas
    http://www.hikinglasvegas.com

    It is a really good reference and the beta is certainly worth the coin if you are interested in Southern Nevada. The site caters mainly to hikers and has very little tech stuff.


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    My home away from home is www.arizonahikers.com; Todd's site is good although sometimes I disagree with some of his reviews ( Galiuros is one but that'll keep more people away from it); www.hikearizona.com for mostly Phoenix area trails.
    Desertusa is pretty good general info for southern California. DeathValley.Net for aforementioned.
    And I think it's Kaibab.org for grand canyon mainly discussion info.

    Just posted about a 5 day Death Valley trip and like 3 photo albums on arizonahikers.
    You can rest when you're dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRoxx
    My home away from home is www.arizonahikers.com;
    I get "Not Found" on that link. Guess you aren't home?
    Stan

    Check out my photo gallery at www.pbase.com/sparker1

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparker1
    I get "Not Found" on that link. Guess you aren't home?
    This should work.

    Arizona Hikers
    http://www.arizonahikers.com

    Proper web syntax must not be a requirement to join AZ hikers.


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