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It's time again my men
Post pictures from your last hikes, trails, camps...etc. Or from old ones if you want, dinna fash yerself if you didn't go out lately
Lurking hard as usual
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Recent overnight adventure
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>>1129452
Where is it ?
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>>1129454
Close to Rivière-Rouge in Quebec
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>>1129456
Looks pretty great. I've been to Québec but didn't have the opportunity to venture outside of some cities
Unrelated but is Rivière-Rouge a majority francophone or anglophone city ?
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>>1129458
I didn't set foot inside the city but im pretty sure its 100% francophone.
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Went car camping at a state park in Ohio this past weekend starting Thursday with the fiancé and her parents. Had a decent time, went fishing for a few hours, ate a lot. Saturday though it dropped to 35 degrees and was pouring rain so we went home early. It’s all good, I think I’m gonna go on a solo backpacking trip later this month to take advantage of my vacation time I have saved up.

Dog got super muddy too so that was fun
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>>1129440
short hike last Friday.
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had to get that fall hike in before it was too late
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I haven't been out in a while, and my phone is a potato
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Some images from my most recent hikes.

1/2.
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I wish I could have done more in this area, but my left foot was killing me.
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Abercrombie Mountain in NE Washington looking toward the Selkirks in the Idaho Panhandle
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Chair Peak from Melakwa Lake
Washington Cascades
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Cape Lookout State Park in Oregon. 6 hours later my campsite had flooded.
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Gonna repost these. From July, my most recent /out/ing. May be going some time soon tho
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>>1130111
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>>1129440
today's hike to Strahlenburg, Schriesheim DE
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>>1130132
Comfy
Vineyards are in full autumn colours near my town as well
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>>1130132
Also came upon some ruins during the last hike
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>>1130254
beautiful view. Where do u live?
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>>1130264
Southern France, not far from the sea (slightly visible on the horizon of the pic actually)
It's from a rocky hill, right outside of my town so when I don't have time to go properly out it's a quick hike to keep my legs up and running.
Here's the view on the other side. The flat, long "summit" you see in the background is 1100m high, to give you a scale
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>>1130103
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>>1130325
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>>1130327
Spent August through October working and hiking the high Sierras
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>>1130328
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>>1130271
It’s beautiful man, I’m jealous. My mom and her side of the family are French but they don’t get views like this. Mostly flat land and farms. Hope I get to go see smth like this next time I visit
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Any LAbros here know of good places t go near the 337? I'm orig. from NOLA so not too familiar
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>>1130410
In what region do they live ?
Yeah we can have a surprisingly huge amount of different landscapes in small places but fields are also the norm, most of the north is shit for /out/. It can be comfy or pretty to look at for sure, but far less real outdoor activities than the southern half.
We also have our share of cultivated land down south, mostly in the south-west, but great places are never far unlike when you're stuck above Paris
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OP here, I don't (You) everyone but keep 'em going, these are some gorgeous places

Any Anon from New Zealand maybe ? I may spend a year in your country soon
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>>1130475
Dansey's Pass
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Lake Aviemore
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My SI Robin buddie who hung out until i left
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Between Piano Flat & Shingle Creek
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>>1130506
That's a BIG fucking rock
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>>1130522
That obelisk is the first blip on the left at the top. It's the highest point South before Antarctica. The whole range is covered in huge rocks. I camped along the ridge a bit behind one where some nice moss grew. Insanely windy up there and covered in snow in winter.
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Went rock climbing with a few friends. The fall colors were quite comfy.
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>>1129440
Croatia?
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>>1130111
Tn?
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>>1130522
For you
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>>1130534
dat ass tho
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Slåtterdalsskrevan, Swedish national park.
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>>1129526
ohiofag here. which state park did you visit and how was it? Im trying to get into camping more lol
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>>1130538
Languedoc, southern France
It's Mediterranean too so I see why you would think of Croatia
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>>1130525
Sounds pretty impressive, thanks, what's the name of the place ?
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Here's the view from the end of today's easy hike.
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>>1130474
My mom lives over kinda on the border of centre region and Limousin and my grandparents and all my aunts/uncles live in centre region like 90km out of Paris. I’m visiting during Noel but I’m not gonna be doing /out/ stuff during that time
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>>1130591
The Limousin is sparsely populated and has nice woods + it's not far from beautiful places in the Massif Central, but it's better in the south of the region so on the opposite side of the Centre border where your mother is.

Your aunts/uncles are fucked tho, around Paris is only flatness and fields as you said. Driving here is extremely boring
There are pretty places in the northern half of the country but they are usually either east or west of Paris
And the south is objectively superior anyway as far as nature go despite some gems like the Vosges or Brittany coastline up north

The Med coastline from where I come is cancer but I'm glad we have various mountains really close to compensate
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>>1130575
What is this place ? Looks kinda familiar
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>>1130568
West Branch State Park outside Ravenna. It’s pretty nice there, I enjoyed it. It’s mostly geared towards guys who have boats though as it sits on a lake.

If you want a beginner backpack experience, look into the Mohican park and pack sites. They’re campsites that are about a mile away from parking, used for getting people into backpacking and it’s pretty cool. You can link up longer approaches too if you want.

Another good spot for camping is Hocking Hills state park. By far the best park in the state, it has all sorts of car camping/rv sites, along with a “family” camping area where you park in a parking lot and carry your stuff to your primitive campsites. Tons to do at Hocking Hills
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>>1130605

Sawnee Mountain Preserve, outside of Atlanta.
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>>1130415
Wow I typed this up like a retard when I first woke up. Anyone near Lafayette, LA know good places to hike?

Pic related
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>>1130571
old man range
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>>1130602
Yeah? I gotta check out some stuff while I’m there then (next summer maybe). N yeah where my grandparents n aunts/uncles live just... nothing but farms and chickens. The whole drive from their town to Paris is literally just fields. I’d love to see the coast though down south. The Mediterranean n everything. Seems p beautiful down there
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>>1130628
Thanks
Never been there and not American but if I had to guess from all the pics I've seen on this board over a long time I thought it might be in this corner of the USA
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I finally made it up to the mountains today.
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Kosciuszko National Park, don't mind ol' mate in the middle.
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Been climbing around Britain all week. First peak was Snowdon via Crib Goch.
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Recent hike in Angeles forest
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Saving this thread from oblivion
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>>1129440
Had a wonderful trip up one of the White mountains in NH with my gf.
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this sept
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>>1133911
Comfy as fuck. NH = New Hampshire ?
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Pedra da Lua Branca.
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probably not the amazing view you were hoping for but i recently went gem hunting in east central Nevada.
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>>1134973
and a view. I live just beyond this mountain.
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>>1134961
How do you call this kind of nicely balanced pile of rocks, again ?
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>>1134986
Foot magnets.
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Few weeks ago. Been ill. Going out again this weekend.
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>>1135008
Looks comfey, what’s that pack?
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>>1135059
Mardingtop
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Is it weird that I still do my nightly jerk off when im /out/ and in camp
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Man its not quite the overlook in some of the pics Ive seen on here. Still pretty though.

Red River Gorge, Kentucky.
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>>1135059
>>1135066
From other side
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>>1135066
>>1135076
Cheers, been looking for a new pack to get. Looking at this one currently, thoughts on their products? Good for hiking ?
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>>1130325
>>1130327
>>1130328
Those grey rocky mountains are my favorite. Goddamn i wish i lived somewhere around there. I truly envy you anon.

Heres where i was yesterday, just some local forest preserve. Pretty much the best there is around here.
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This view wasn't worth the hike up.
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>>1136161
looks good to me
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>>1137115
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>>1137115
Are u a larping fagg????
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>>1130260
holy fuck that's gorgeous
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>>1130569
damn look at that cave
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>>1137117
Stunning colours man, even with the relatively blurry pic
Must have been a sight to behold
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>>1137192
There are quite a lot of them here
The southern end of the Massif Central range near where I took the pictures is mostly limestone soil. There are 7 major limestone plateaux around here, called "causses", the most famous being the Larzac and the causse Méjean

They feature a fuck ton of caves, tunnels, underground rivers... Some have become tourist attractions for their beautiful mineral formations (like the Aven Armand) or for their pre-historical paintings/carvings, but there are also hundreds of minor caves where no one ever set foot that are great for camping and outdoor activities. There are also great river gorges that cut deeply through those plateaux

If you are interested you can see some beautiful footage here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SS1YJIoMdMg
It's a French TV program but the pictures and videos need no translation
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>>1137191
Check out the so called Cathar Castles if you like medieval stuff on mountaintops
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>>1137197
Yep
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>>1137206
Have you ever found anything to indicate human habitation?
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>>1137334
Which brings me to question "where the fuck is it" I guess
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>>1137443
No, neither prehistorical nor modern.
I have found a fire pit in one cave most likely made by another hiker but that's as far as it goes for humans
I find traces of bear claws on the rocky walls more than once though. There haven't been bears in those mountains for some thousands years now and I always wondered what those cuts where. Then someday I visited a known cave in the region with the same cuts and the guide explained to us what those were, left here at the dawn of time

It is very possible I or anyone else could find human traces though. Many caves here with renowned paintings, engravings or human footprints were discovered accidentaly by sheperds and a couple times by hikers. But the traces we've already found are often really deep into the rock, deeper than I'm usually willing to go with my limited equipment and experience of caving
The ground is a Swiss cheese and it has been inhabited for millenias so it's safe to assume there may be more to be discovered
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>>1137463
Croatia, Medvednica
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>>1137484
that's really cool dude, we have a lot of native american relics here in the southwest, but it's incredibly hostile land compared to Europe, pic related, old native village site about 2 miles from a highway that's about 45 miles from the nearest city
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Up in northern VT. Had to break out the micro spikes halfway up.
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Had a casual walk around lake George now nobody is there.
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Lockegee Rock in KY a few weeks ago
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>>1129452
beautiful
>>1129493
looks like a real cool spot. wheres it at?
>>1129999
heyo fellow washabro. cute pup too

heres some photos from my trip up to the okanogan-wenatchee national forest in northern washington

shit was cold but man was the view beautiful and the hiking fun

heres an album of more of the photos if you want to check it out

https://imgur.com/a/bNIa2
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>>1137796
Nice, any luck hunting? We went out in Okanogan in September for grouse. Pic from ridge on Oval Peak
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>>1137927
saw a couple deer but season ended last week

all the elk have moved south it seems, but that was to be expected really

i also came across an interesting set of tracks. my buddy has the picture, ill see if i cant get it from him, but its a massive bear track (i assume grizzle, though ive never seen grizzly before to confirm) following a set of deer tracks that were clearly made by an animal moving at high speeds.

kinda made me chuckle if it means what i think it means
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Pretty fun hike, I haven't gone on one in a while so this one eased me back into it.
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>>1130568
Hocking Hills is all you need to know, brother. I lived in Ohio for 27 years and at one point went there every month for a 3 year stretch
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>>1130736
I hiked part of the Haute Randonee Pyrenee this summer and on a whim decided to take the train back to Brussels instead of my plane so that I could see more of the gorgeous country of France. After Toulouse, I was woefully regretful
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>>1138483
From this weekend in the Ardennes. 51 hours of unabated rain
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>>1138483
Holy shit look at the view. Same anon you replied to btw. Where in France is that?
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>>1137662
Yeah ancient human remains of any kind fascinate me, even more so old petroglyphs and paintings and I know the USA have a great deal of them
I would love to see the cliffside dwellings of the Navajo
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>>1138483
>After Toulouse, I was woefully regretful

Yeah train rides to the north aren't very exciting, especially from the west
If you pass through the center of France you cross all the Massif Central range and get decent sights even from a train or a car, and if you pass east between the Massif and the Alps you at least get to see mountains on both side up until Lyon
But west is flat as fuck from the start to the beginning. The best itineraries to see France's natural wonders aren't straight lines.

There are still beautiful places in the north or in the flatter parts of the south mind you, but not from a train's window.

>>1138537
Not him but I guess he's talking about the GR 10 trail which crosses all the length of the Pyrenees
Can't guess which part it is though
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>>1138660
>>1138537
It's actually the Haute Randonee Pyrenee, which goes between the GR 10 and GR 11. This is on the border of France and Spain looking into Andorra. Very few places have left me literally awestruck in my life.This was one of them.

https://caltopo.com/m/2DGN
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>>1139038
>It's actually the Haute Randonee Pyrenee

Ah my bad then mate, I don't live far from the Pyrenees but had never heard of this one

>Very few places have left me literally awestruck in my life.This was one of them.

Yeah I prefer the Pyrenees to the Alps actually, they're less riddled with ski stations and worldwide tourists and the scenery is without a doubt at the same level if not better
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>>1139123
Yea, I was there in mid June and didn't see a soul for 6 days. It was the loneliest I've ever felt in my life
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>>1139136
Nothing quite like having a different lake on top of a mountain to yourself every night for a week. First time summer hiking at that altitude though, so I got roasted from hiking on top the glaciers shirtless. I still have black spots on my shoulders six months later
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>>1139138
>when you sit down and take off your your gear after hiking all fucking day


probably one of the greatest feelings in the world. .
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>>1129999
>Looked it up on google earth
>Right next to it is (((hooknose mountain)))
beware anon
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>>1134019
damn where is that
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This was a nice change from the woods.
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Few miles deep into the trails at midnight. Alone and in the freezing cold. Coyotes howling. It was kinda scary but a rush.
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>>1139843
How deep can you get into the woods with that mountain bike ?
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>>1139846
Very deep? Not sure exactly what you mean.
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>>1139848
The pic showed a trail more like a dirt road. Do people like walk the bikes 10 miles in through very rugged terrain ?
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>>1139850
It's not a road at all, it's purely a trail. No, you never walk the bike. Here's how the trail looks during daytime.
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>>1139850
Good bikes are very capable of extremely rough terrain (suspension and tire dependent) and are great at climbing steep mountains (gear dependent). Here's an INSANE video showing off what bikes are capable of. I'd suggest anyone watch this even if you have no interest in bikes because it's batshit crazy. Enjoy...

https://youtu.be/K_7k3fnxPq0
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>>1139853
So a trail like that is there regular people or were you pretty much the only one ?
Just trying to get a feel for what it's like to do that.
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>>1139848

Fucking Lefty

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>1139855
During the day there's a lot of people both walking, running, and biking. Weekends are pretty packed. At night there's no one hardly ever. I've never seen anyone else at night but I know of some people that do go at night with a group. I go alone.

>>1139857
Fucking regular forks.

REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

(stop cherry picking dumb photos)
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>>1139857
Also judging by the looks of that bike and crusty chain they probably never once did the required maintenance on that lefty in which you have to open it up, release all the pressure, and fill it back up. If you don't do that the suspension loses pressure, even if you fill it. Probably the reason for that snap.
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>>1139858
>>1139861

Allow me to explain my hate for the Lefty.

>Requires proprietary headset.
>Requires proprietary front hub.
>Can't take the front wheel off without taking the brake off.
>Shortest service intervals of any fork.
>Requires model specific tools to service. Is also a bitch to work on.
>Uses needle bearings instead of bushings. Those bearings "migrate" and need to be reset every 25 hours of riding to stop them from binding up under load.
>Inverted design with oil wiper directly over the brake. When it inevitably leaks it fucks your brake.
>Ridiculously linear air spring. It's like riding a short travel coil fork. Yay.
>Their claimed weight is hokum since it needs a heavier hub, headset and 1.5" headtube to even go on your bike.
>Looks retarded.
>Makes rider look retarded be association.

Thanks Cannondale.
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>>1139911
Where'd you copy+paste that from?
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>>1139911
And what era is that info from? 2005?
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>>1138654
here you go mate
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>>1140316
Noice
Are there any megaliths in the USA ? Menhirs, dolmens and stuff. I know they are usually more associated with the Celts and the European Bronze Age but I also know there are some all over the world.
There are a lot in my area, including some rare carved standing stones. The ones you can find on the British Isles are the most famous and among the most impressive, but there are actually more in France, with a big power gap between Brittany and the rest of Europe. Including the oldest still standing building in all the world
(I did not take pic related)
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>>1140497
Majestic pic
Where at ?
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>>1140559
Sorry, I have no idea why it turned sideways
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>>1140559
sup fatty
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>>1140559
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>>1140561
I know. I stopped going out for about 4 years and when I started again this summer I weighed 240 pounds. Since I've started hiking again and changed my diet I have lost 30 pounds. If I lose 30 more I'll be happy. I'm 6,2" (for reference)
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>>1140564
Oh good on you bud, keep it up.
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>>1140576
Thank's, I will. I really want to be fit enough to hike long distances again.
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>>1140497
I need to know where that is from too
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>>1140603
Outside
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>>1139789
SHUT IT DOWN
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>>1140446
There's nothing quite like that, but there are buildings (two story and taller) that were constructed on a grand scale. They are scattered along a more or less north-south line from Southern Utah down into Northern Mexico where they disappear and all human habitation pretty much returns to caves or mud huts - they're associated with the Anasazi. Hovenweep is one of my favorite examples because it literally looks like a castle. Not my picture, just a good perspective. You can find more pictures by looking up Chaco Canyon, Hohokam ruins, or just Anasazi towers.

House of Rain by Craig Childs is required reading for anybody interested in the subject
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>>1140564
Keep going!!!
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>>1129493

NZ south island?
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Really comfy outing
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first snowmobile ride of the season
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from a couple weeks ago in id*ho
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>>1141682
It's like a god damn Bob Ross painting
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>>1141682
Beautiful. Gotta remind myself to go to Idaho for /out/ shit
>>1141677
Fuck dude I'm jealous :(
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Me and my friend hiked Mt. Lafayette in NH last weekend, heres the best pic I got. Also, bump.




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