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  1. #2881
    As things have gone quiet here, I thought I should name the canyon and post another easier one. It was Sidestep Canyon - a fairly short side canyon shown in the last photo, where if you keep walking up the bottom, you follow a wash that leads you into that slot.
    I think the other photo I nearly posted instead of Sidestep should be much easier to guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaniukr View Post
    As things have gone quiet here, I thought I should name the canyon and post another easier one. It was Sidestep Canyon - a fairly short side canyon shown in the last photo, where if you keep walking up the bottom, you follow a wash that leads you into that slot.
    I think the other photo I nearly posted instead of Sidestep should be much easier to guess.

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    That was a tough one to guess. But that was good. Hard doesn't mean bad.

    I have an idea on this one but am going to check my photo albumz...


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2065toyota View Post
    Looks like Das Boot
    sorry, no. Most people will have heard of this canyon

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    Looks like Zion. But is this one in Escalante?


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  9. #2886
    Looks like a darn London sewer to me!

    I'd be tempted to say Pine Creek.

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  11. #2887
    Not GSENM or Zion. But it's not a remote canyon - it's easy to get to it's entrance. A couple of vertical shots

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  12. #2888
    It's between Blanding and Hite

  13. #2889
    Fry Canyon.

    Has to be...otherwise I'd say Long, but you have to hike up a ways to get to scenery like this.
    Cheesebox requires hiking, too. I'd be impressed if you hiked to the narrows of Gravel.

    I'll stick with Fry.
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  14. #2890
    Yay. Well done @twotimer Cerys swam through the brown muddy water and I was going to say she thought a flash flood was coming when a car roared over the bridge, but that would have been too easy a clue

    Now you've still not escaped putting a picture up! You should have given the San Rafael answer after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaniukr View Post

    Now you've still not escaped putting a picture up! You should have given the San Rafael answer after all
    I was taking off on a vacation, otherwise I would have. That flash flood/car noise would have been a dirty trick!
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    "Never a quickie, always a longie"

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    The Chute of Muddy Creek

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    Quote Originally Posted by qedcook View Post
    The Chute of Muddy Creek
    Nailed it. Another spot in the Swell. You're up!
    "Never a quickie, always a longie"

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    I think this is an easy one, but we'll see...

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    It's been a long time since I was there, but that looks like it might be the little slot along the wall of the Grand Alcove in the Right Fork of North Creek?
    "Never a quickie, always a longie"

  21. #2897
    Sorry, I thought this was an easy one. It's in the North Wash.

  22. #2898
    It's in the butler canyon complex. it's on tom's canyoneering page

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    It was Foolin' Around. Anyone want to take the reins and post another pic?

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    Since no one went, I'll post another to get things going again.

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