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    Sardine Peak Arch

    Not sure what the name is, but I've been seeing this arch for about 9 years from the Sardine Peak trail near Snowbasin and finally decided to hike down to it from the bike trail. I'm definitely not the first to visit, I've seen other shots of it and there's a light, sketchy and loose trail. Lots of exposure when you climb into this arch for the picture so be careful.




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    Whoaa--how long did it take to stack all those rocks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    Whoaa--how long did it take to stack all those rocks?
    He wouldn't go through all that trouble just to fake a shot. He would just edit the video if he wanted to fake it.

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    I didn't stack the rocks, I cut out the hole to make the arch. Tannerite

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
    Whoaa--how long did it take to stack all those rocks?

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    Looks a bit fishy to me.

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    I hear that arch was formed when Gardner Minshew threw a football up the canyon from Wildcat Stadium.

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    I'd bet a good drone pilot has footage of flying through that arch.
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    I have a friend who lives in Ogden Canyon who told me about that arch more than 20 years ago. He hiked to it from the bottom before the current trail was established.

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    Quote Originally Posted by middlefork View Post
    I have a friend who lives in Ogden Canyon who told me about that arch more than 20 years ago. He hiked to it from the bottom before the current trail was established.
    From the Indian Trail / Coldwater Canyon side? Dang I had a hard enough time hiking the 100 yards down to it with all of my gear

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    OK so it sounds like it's called "Breeze Arch"

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