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Shradicalwyo

Adventurer
Forgive the cheesy insta filter. Exploring camping sites along the Gros Ventre river outside Jackson.

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Dances with Wolves

aka jk240sx
I've gone in from the west side exiting through Zion at Bench Road near Glenadale. The better/longer way is Cottonwood Canyon Road, east of Kanab. It's more remote.
 

uscg2008

Explorer
"The best campsite in Zion."
2015-04-21-UT_DV-654 copy by at_olw, on Flickr

Cottonwood Canyon.
IMG_0239_edit_small by 92shawman, on Flickr

Devils Golf Course.
2015-04-23-UT_DV-786 copy by at_olw, on Flickr

Three generations of pickup trucks. Titus Canyon.
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Steel Pass.
IMG_0723_edit_small by 92shawman, on Flickr

Eureka Dunes.
IMG_0751_edit_small by 92shawman, on Flickr

What lights are you running on the front bumper?
 

at_olw

Observer
^I like the new bumper.

Thanks! It was a fun fab project.

How did you like Cottonwood Canyon and where did you start from it is my to do list.

It was interesting enough. I got the shot I wanted:
2015-04-20-UT_DV-469 copy by at_olw, on Flickr

I will say the utility lines took away from the experience of the first part of the drive. I also thought Smoky Mountain Road was a whole lot more interesting overall. And a lot more remote.

2015-04-20-UT_DV-427 copy by at_olw, on Flickr

2015-04-20-UT_DV-418 copy by at_olw, on Flickr

Very interesting area when you drop down low on the way to Big Water.
2015-04-20-UT_DV-433 copy by at_olw, on Flickr

We started Cottonwood at the south end, and headed north, from Bigwater.

I've gone in from the west side exiting through Zion at Bench Road near Glenadale. The better/longer way is Cottonwood Canyon Road, east of Kanab. It's more remote.
While perspectives vary, I didn't find any stretch of that road that remote. Mid week there were a decent number of folks around.

What lights are you running on the front bumper?
I'm not entirely sure - I bought them in a group buy on another forum. They're China lights. They're also fantastic. While I haven't had them wired up long enough to give a long term report, they've made it through a snowstorm and rain, and have no condensation. The light output is amazing! I had plans to add additional lights up front, but really don't need to anymore.
 

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