not telling - Trail, somewhere, Utah

not telling - Trail, somewhere, Utah

DESCRIPTION

single trak that starts with a hellish hill climb for about 14 miles and 5000' vert to the top of youwishyouknow mt. and than you drop down the other the side through singletrack so tight it will remind you of your wedding night until you come to a natural hot pot to soak your tried boones! ahhhhh

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[Mar 13, 2002]
ima gonnakickyerass

however put up this review is a fukin jack ass. why don't you post another review about the good time you are going to have when I give you a taste of the back of me hand you stupid 'merican bitch

Customer Service

ask the fawqin loser who posts trails that have no name and no directions. I would recommend looking for this trail up that guy's boyfriend's ass, since that's another place that he likes to go and "not tell" about

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[Apr 06, 2002]
RG

It's either Lava Hot Springs in Idaho, or Pah Temp in La Verkin. Near St. George

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[Apr 10, 2002]
chromehead58

hayduke wouldnt pull his head out of his arse long enough to tell anyone so i could review it..

Customer Service

hayduke..give me a friken break...you are a disgrace to eds memory....

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[Apr 16, 2002]
Clint

I bet i know where this trail is, it is where you start at south fork and make your climb up around provo peak, which is a bout 5000 vert and then drop into diamondfork canyon which is where the hotpots are located after which you drop into spanish fork canyon till it dumps you in the city. I win, i know i guessed it so if your sorry ass ever comes back and takes a gander at his pathetic trail review, you better give me props for figuring it out you panty waste.

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[Jul 23, 2002]
Spence

"This trail is great. Ride it all the time. I would recommend it to any one." Whoever put up this trail is a %$&*ing idiot. Pull your dick out of that jackalobe and get life.

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[Nov 04, 2002]
Slickrock_dick

There's a "No Trespassing" sign there for a reason. Unfortunately, people like these who poach trails make it impossible for trail advocacy groups to ever reach agreements with local landowners so that others can enjoy the same trails in a responsible and friendly manner. And then the same people bitch when BLM and Department of Ag and local landowners refuse to deal with trail use advocacy groups to get trails established for use by mountain bikers when horses and ATVs regularly use trails in the same areas and do more (envinronmental) damage. So, unless you've got permission from whoever owns that land, don't ride on it.

Customer Service

Don't poach trails, jacka$$

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