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post #16 of 39 Old 04-14-2008, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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Sweet! Thanks for the pics and advice! Question: Between Fins and Hell's Revenge - which one has the better views or better scenery?


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post #17 of 39 Old 04-14-2008, 09:02 PM
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Hell's revenge is definitely the better trail. I always run Fin's & Things and Hell's Revenge back to back. Consider F&T as training for HR.

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With only 1 day Hell's Revenge is a good choice. It's close to town, it's fun, and will leave you time to hit a second trail.

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Sweet! Thanks for the pics and advice! Question: Between Fins and Hell's Revenge - which one has the better views or better scenery?
Fins and Hell's Revenge are right next to each other. But Hell's Revenge has the better scenery, as it looks towards the north.
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Thanks everyone for all the input! I will DEFINITELY be posting a bunch of pics as soon as we get back!

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I agree with most HR is a lot of fun with optional difficulty. If you can I would recommend that you have someone go with you on HR. There is a grocery store in the middle of town... I can't recall the name of it, but around 9-10am there is usually a gathering where you could probably get someone to go with you. Last time I was there we did Bull Canyon, which ends with a short hike to the bottom of Gemini Bridges. It's rough enough that you don't see much of people in SUV's down there, but easy enough a stock wrangler could do it no problem. You could do also do both in the same day depending on how much you like to sit in your jeep.

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i think this thread is 4 years old...

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i think this thread is 4 years old...
Advice Fail... How did this get bumped?

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Looks like "hrnyghost"... I guess got nothing better to do that bump up threads. Probably a robot, what's the motive... no idea.

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Looks like "hrnyghost"... I guess got nothing better to do that bump up threads. Probably a robot, what's the motive... no idea.
looks like that was his first post haha. not sure what the bump was for

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I agree with most HR is a lot of fun with optional difficulty. If you can I would recommend that you have someone go with you on HR. There is a grocery store in the middle of town... I can't recall the name of it, but around 9-10am there is usually a gathering where you could probably get someone to go with you. Last time I was there we did Bull Canyon, which ends with a short hike to the bottom of Gemini Bridges. It's rough enough that you don't see much of people in SUV's down there, but easy enough a stock wrangler could do it no problem. You could do also do both in the same day depending on how much you like to sit in your jeep.
The store is City Market

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I wonder how it went? I don't see any pictures?
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I wonder how it went? I don't see any pictures?
No dout, you can't start a post in 2008 and not tell us how it went. Maybe it's one of those guys on youtube that falls down hell's gate... last jeep trip ever.

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Well, I'm headed there tomorrow with 2 other buddies so I'll see what's up with these trails. I'm thinking the snow will keep us in check if not completely at the hotel!
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