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    Places off the beaten path.

    Here is a diving board in the middle of nowhere.
    9yo went for it.

    Whatchu got? Don't disclose the location.Click image for larger version. 

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    sigless.

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    My favorite spot on the California coast is right next to a very popular campground but no one goes there. It has an unappealing name, and the main attraction is not apparent. Sorry, no pics.

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    Need to duck a fence, go past some Area Closed signs and hike a sketchy, degraded trail with serious exposure, but the views...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Need to duck a fence, go past some Area Closed signs and hike a sketchy, degraded trail with serious exposure, but the views...
    Na Pali?


    Beautiful


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    A few miles from Snoqualmie Pass
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    "somebody's gotta do it"

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    Up at about 15,000 feet, after a 1000 foot hike-a-bike…
    Forum Cross Pollinator, gratuitously strident

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    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    Maybe not the biggest secret, but I stumbled across the Fruit bowl in Moab last year while I was tooling around on the Moto. Pretty cool. I'd love to go back and play around with some gear.

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    South of tahoe
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3s View Post
    South of tahoe
    Could we get more tags like this please? I'd just like to know the general area of the pics.

    Nice pics btw everybody.

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    One of the most remote places IMO in the lower 48 is Bear Ears National Monument.

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    ^ Holy shit that's awesome.

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    Bears ears is amazing


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

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    Swimming hole in Western Maine mountains… no sign, just gotta know the right guardrail to turn in at.

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    Places off the beaten path.

    Somewhere in the Colorado Rockies…
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlecross View Post
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    Swimming hole in Western Maine mountains… no sign, just gotta know the right guardrail to turn in at.
    Reminds me of one here in Western Washington. This one is 100 feet from Highway 2 heading to Stevens Pass, so not exactly secret.

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ID:	421724. Colorado , not too far from manitou springs


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    About halfway between Kaltag and Unalakleet. Not too worried about it getting overrun.

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    This was a little more off the beaten path than intended. Here’s the road Google Maps told me was the quickest route
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    It got worse from there…even hiking I lost the trail twice thru 6’ high manzanita

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    Quote Originally Posted by muted reborn View Post
    One of the most remote places IMO in the lower 48 is Bear Ears National Monument.

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    When I lived in Durango, I would often explore the whole Cedar Mesa area and nearby, everything west of Bluff and Blanding, all the way to Lake Powell. It's all amazeballs. A 4wd high clearance vehicle is like the ticket to fantasyland.
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    And if you do enough acid you can visit with aliens.

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