Utah highways.

Discussion in 'Travelogue' started by Ben Egbert, Mar 20, 2018.

  1. Ben Egbert

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    Here are some images along the roads around Canyonlands and Moab from my trip last week.

    This back road from Dead Horse point to Moab has a slight obstecle. 180316-4964-Canon EOS M.jpg This is a view of Castle Valley from the La Sal loop road side of the valley. 180316-4972-Canon EOS M.jpg

    Here is a view of the Gemini Brigde road below the bridges.

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    A fun place to be.
     
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    Lots of fun roads to explore in that area.
     
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    My idea of a fun trip!
     
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    Looks like lots of fun Ben! That first road is crazy from Deadhorse. I have never been by that or on that. How interesting.
     
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    Its not a bad road, and it dead ends at the Potash road a couple miles below the potash plant. Nice alternative way to get back to Moab.
     
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    Wow, what a fun looking trip! I can almost imagine the fresh air there with those clouds.

    How was the ground clearance in those back roads? Wondering if my Subaru can traverse with its 7 inch clearance. It looks possible, at least from the first picture.
     
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    Hi Rafael. I think your Subaro would be fine on these roads, maybe not Marlboro Point where I also went.
     
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