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    Anthony Ramirez updated Devils Garden Loop

    over 2 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez added Bluebonnet swamp trail

    about 3 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez added Daily ride

    about 3 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez completed Tammany Trace

    about 3 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Spruce Canyon Trail

    about 3 years ago

    This was the first time here and was absolutely amazing to see the villages and history. Very easy hikes to this site and anyone can do it. Paved walkway down to the living area with great photo opportunities. Enjoy and take lots of pictures.

    Anthony Ramirez completed Spruce Canyon Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez added Spruce Canyon Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez completed Bryce Canyon NP Scenic Drive

    about 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez completed Riverside Walk

    about 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez added Angel's Landing Hike

    about 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez completed Angels Landing Trail

    about 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez saved Angels Landing Trail

    about 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Bells Canyon Trail

    over 4 years ago

    This hike is awesome hands down (my 2nd time), I wouldn't rate it as strenuous as they have it down for though. The hardest part is right when you make the left to goto the waterfall is where it gets a little rocky and steep. You should be able to make it to the waterfall in 2-3hrs if you go at a steady pace. I've even gone beyond that to attempt to get to the reservoir but didn't have enough time to do it so had to turn back. This is one of my favorite hikes and would suggest it to anyone. Remember to go early in the spring when the waterfall is flowing good with all the snow melt. If you wait till June/July its not as impressive as it can be (still pretty through).

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Devils Garden Loop

    over 4 years ago

    This hike was awesome definitely suggest it! Me and my buddy took the trail to the right and looped around, I like that trail better and would suggest going that way first off then go to the left. We also trail blazed a bit just to explore other portions of the trail itself and it was awesome! Make sure to take a good camera and take lots of pictures this place is awesome. Oh and its not that difficult either, so get out and explore this wonderful garden!

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Delicate Arch Trail

    over 4 years ago

    This is a must if your ever in Moab! Its so pretty to see this Arch that may not be around much longer. Once you arrive make sure to check out the petroglyphs off to the left just after the log cabin, then walking up the steep slick rock is going to be your hardest challenge. Once at the top its pretty flat till you get to the Arch itself. Make sure to take a good camera and lots of pictures!!!

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Dead Horse Rim Loop

    over 4 years ago

    This place has some really cool vies of the canyon with many opportunities for some good photos as well. They even have a "history museum" type place in the information center about Dead Horse Point.

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Gemini Bridges Atv Trail

    over 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Half Dome Trail

    over 4 years ago

    By far the hardest physical test I have faced yet and the best!!! Also the most rewarding once I completed this hike. My legs and hips were sore after this trip but I kept on pushing to finish! The hardest part was coming back down step by step. Also make sure to take a water purifier and fill it up at the last point of water source from the river you will definitely need it...TRUST ME!!! I travel with a 100oz camelbak and thought I could make it since I also had a 1-liter bottle of extra water in my pack and sucked it all down about halfway back down when I ran out of water. I then realized that I had to pace myself in order to make it back to the watering station without passing out. Be prepared for an all day hike, start SUPER early, and bring snacks to replenish your energy that's for sure! Bring a pair of gloves if you plan on climbing "The Cables" too because of the cables them self you have to hold onto. I didn't take the "Mist Trail" on the way up, I went the other way but did come down the "Mist Trail". The other trail is a series of switchbacks that slowly increases as you go up and joins at the top of the "Mist Trail" once you cross over the waterfall bridge. The "Mist Trail" is basically like the ultimate stair climber. Make sure to take a good camera with you!!!

    Anthony Ramirez reviewed Buckskin Mountain Trail

    over 4 years ago

    This trail was a nice ride not to bumpy considering I was in a 1ton truck (you can also take the hiking trail as well). The scenery was nice with climbs up the mountain side. I began my trip at the North end of the trail making my way though the trail. Towards the end of the trail there was an "Arch" in the side of the mountain to my surprise which made for a cool picture! There are many other side trails that you can take if you like but depending on your vehicle will be up to you whether to drive them or not. There was one trail next to the "Arch" (pictured) that was pretty steep and rocky that I began to attempt but had to reverse down the trail because it began to get really rocky and that wasn't something I was willing to take on in my truck (way to bumpy). Its very peaceful and quite on this trail so if you enjoy getting out in nature and away from the city this is a very nice trail to drive. I also saw some antelope along the way!

    Anthony Ramirez completed Buckskin Mountain Trail

    over 4 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez completed Half Dome Trail

    about 5 years ago

    Anthony Ramirez checked in to Half Dome Trail

    about 5 years ago