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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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    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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    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!
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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?
    "Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son."

  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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