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Jeremy Dye Jeremy Dye Canyon of Life 2011-05-13 0.2 km0.1 mi 0h:08m 6 photos

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For pictures and description of this trail, see http://dyeclan.com/outdooractivities/hiking/canyonoflife.

I also have lots of other fun outdoor activities in and around Utah on my website: http://dyeclan.com/outdooractivities.
These include canoeing, canyoneering, caving, hiking, hot springs, rock
climbing, and fun places. The site's a work in progress, so check back
often.

Maddie Hatt Maddie Hatt New Bern to Oyster Point 2011-05-10 61.4 km38.1 mi 14h:06m 38 photos

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This track represents two days of paddling from New Bern, NC to Oyster Point campground in the Croatan National Forest.  On the third day of paddling, the trip concluded at Harkers Island visitor center but the final leg of the GPS tracking is, unfortunately, not available.  A full trip report is available at the following link:http://zenkayaking.wordpress.

Peter Dunsby Peter Dunsby Devils Peak 2011-05-01 7 km4.3 mi 5h:06m 46 photos

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Another classic hike, for those who like a bit of a thrill and like looking down into big open spaces.

Jeremy Dye Jeremy Dye Hickman Bridge in Capitol Reef National Park 2011-04-30 2 km1.2 mi 1h:09m 25 photos

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For pictures and description of this trail, see http://dyeclan.com/outdooractivities/hiking/hickmanbridge.

I also have lots of other fun outdoor activities in and around Utah on my website: http://dyeclan.com/outdooractivities.
These include canoeing, canyoneering, caving, hiking, hot springs, rock
climbing, and fun places. The site's a work in progress, so check back
often.

Iris in Panthertown Valley North Road Trail junction Snail on the trail Panthertown Valley overlook Map

Excellent hike multiple waterfalls, wildflowers and scenery at Panthertown Valley in far southeaster North Carolina in the Nantahala National Forest. Trip writeup to come.

Buying a map is essential as many unmarked trails go to must-see locales.

Jeremy Dye Jeremy Dye Cassidy Arch in Capitol Reef National Park 2011-04-30 4.6 km2.8 mi 1h:59m 16 photos

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For pictures and description of this trail, see http://dyeclan.com/outdooractivities/hiking/cassidyarch.

I also have lots of other fun outdoor activities in and around Utah on my website: http://dyeclan.com/outdooractivities.
These include canoeing, canyoneering, caving, hiking, hot springs, rock
climbing, and fun places. The site's a work in progress, so check back
often.

Dennis Sheen Dennis Sheen Camp Serenity 2011-04 2011-04-29 10.3 km6.4 mi 5h:43m 25 photos

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I would love to have a good story here, but there isn't a lot to say on this one.  We were supposed to enter Algonquin @ Tim River for this trip, but in the end the lakes were still frozen (yes, cold even for Canada @ this time of year), so one of the guys was kind enough to let us use his lake front lot instead.

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Um curto mas agradável passeio de bicicleta pela margem Norte da Lagoa de Óbidos. Um dia frio e ventoso de primavera, depois de grandes cargas de água que tingiram a lagoa de vermelho.

Yakaddict Yakaddict Cape Hollow Cove 2011-04-23 0.2 km0.1 mi 0h:06m 6 photos

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Started at Bass Point Resort and paddled out of cove going out through main channel out and around into Cape Hollow Cove the across cove and back down the other side before realizing my GPS lost signal. Good thing I made note of landmarks. Way too many coves with homes that all look the same YIKES! Not a paddlers paddle at all.

Don't count on GPS alone...

Peter Dunsby Peter Dunsby India Venster 2011-04-17 2.8 km1.7 mi 3h:20m 37 photos

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Possibly among the best hikes in the world, India Venster is a must for any one with a sence of adventure. The tricky sections are now assisted by chains and staples, but even with this extra protection, do not attempt this hike if you are inexperienced and do not have a head for heights.