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Jul 27, 2015 08:39 |  #1

Hiked down on Sunday.
Very pleasant day, stream flow defenitely helps.


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Jul 27, 2015 08:56 |  #2

Nicely done. I like the reflection and the foreground.


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Jul 27, 2015 18:12 |  #3

LV Moose wrote in post #17646042 (external link)
Nicely done. I like the reflection and the foreground.

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Jul 28, 2015 17:12 |  #4

Very nice, Kurt. I have never driven far enough down HITR to see this one.


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Jul 29, 2015 08:02 as a reply to  @ sparker1's post |  #5

Thanks, Stan
Don't blame you for not going too far down hitr, about 130 miles roundtrip of rough road.
The arch is about 2 miles from a trailhead.
We hiked this from the lake a few years ago and wanted to complete the canyon from the top.
Also hiked down the hole in rock cut, used by pioneers, to the lake.
amazing effort by those folks.




  
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Jul 29, 2015 09:53 |  #6

The colours of rock and the sky together are superb. It has taken millenia to achieve the formations and you have done well to capture them.


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Jul 30, 2015 17:11 |  #7

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The colours of rock and the sky together are superb. It has taken millenia to achieve the formations and you have done well to capture them.

Thank You, very much!




  
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Jul 30, 2015 17:24 |  #8

At the trailhead, this rock is very evident.
You could put a pool table on it, I'd guess roughly 10'x10'.
It overhangs several feet and tapers down to around 1".
Pretty cool rock.


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Jul 30, 2015 21:52 |  #9

oldno7 wrote in post #17648513 (external link)
Thanks, Stan
Don't blame you for not going too far down hitr, about 130 miles roundtrip of rough road.
The arch is about 2 miles from a trailhead.
We hiked this from the lake a few years ago and wanted to complete the canyon from the top.
Also hiked down the hole in rock cut, used by pioneers, to the lake.
amazing effort by those folks.

I'd love to see it, may have to get a jetpack to get there.


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