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Thread: Secret road off of Rout 12 in Southern Utah

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    dlearl476
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCQTT
    Mark that a previously secret road
    Yeah, don't make us come down there and break your camera!


    Truth is, the four corners is PACKED with little roads like that. I once figured that there are over 500 miles of great dirt roads within a 50 mile radius of Panguitch. Definitely GS country. Then again, I have a pretty good time up there in the P cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j-budimlya
    ....and the reasturant's is just outstanding...it's really pricey, breakfast for 2 $30+. dinner $100...but the place is very memorable and the food is 1st cabin....
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    I think I got 2 eggs, sausage, two pancakes and coffee for around 5 bucks not to mention some good attention and road advice.

    That is indeed Burr Trail and I'm thrilled to see what I missed out on. Looks like you can get east over to 95 or on 276 to that ferry. I'm suffering from GS envy.
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    Randy, great pics, tale, and road disclosure . Rode through the area in May and looking forward to a return! Having a GS I now have a great idea for area exploration.

    So this road would be a faint road heading east out of Boulder?

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    DZIMBRIC
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    Nice pics, another road to place on my DO LIST.

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    Very cool ride and photos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RT RANDY
    I think I got 2 eggs, sausage, two pancakes and coffee for around 5 bucks not to mention some good attention and road advice.

    That is indeed Burr Trail and I'm thrilled to see what I missed out on. Looks like you can get east over to 95 or on 276 to that ferry. I'm suffering from GS envy.


    Heading south towards the ferry is easier, depending on the condition of the road. I know I've posted this photo of the burr trail switchbacks before...

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