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post #1 of 9 Old 03-16-2012, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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redington, "mini moab"

wheres the place that people call "mini moab" up in redington? is it just all the way up the main dirt road or do you have to turn off somewhere? maby take a trail to it. hopefully its just all the way up the dirt road, lookin to check it out, ive never been up all the way.

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wheres the place that people call "mini moab" up in redington? is it just all the way up the main dirt road or do you have to turn off somewhere? maby take a trail to it. hopefully its just all the way up the dirt road, lookin to check it out, ive never been up all the way.

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Is that just all the way up redington?
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Is that just all the way up redington?
thats the easyier way in from what i have heard though if it has rained will be muddy. Google it will give you some insite

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Thanks. Yeah it rained today and is suppose to again tomorrow so i want to get up there as soon as I can
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The map you need is here:

http://azstateparks.com/OHV/download...ngton_Pass.pdf

The way in from the east could be exciting in wet weather.

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The map you need is here:

http://azstateparks.com/OHV/download...ngton_Pass.pdf

The way in from the east could be exciting in wet weather.
thanks, the map is helpful. and your pms are full
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Chimney Rock from the east on the 14th anyone?

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