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Coyote Gulch

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Coyote Gulch

To close off the summer season with the best of the best, we decided to backpack Coyote Gulch. It was probably one of the coolest places I've ever been; towering high walls and breathtaking narrows. Every turn of the canyon had a new and amazing feature that you couldn't help but photograph. We hiked about 31 miles in and out and it took us about 3 days and two nights in the dessert. Talk about big difference from hiking and camping in the High Uintas.

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Mt. Timpanogos Hike

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Mt. Timpanogos Hike

This was our second ascent to the top of Mt. Timpanogos, but our first time with a baby. I have this brilliant idea that we should hike it each time we get a new kid, that way we can have this cool collection of pictures showing our family growing each time we reach the summit. We'll see how that goes. So far, this is what we have.This was our second ascent to the top of Mt. Timpanogos, but our first time with a baby. I have this brilliant idea that we should hike it each time we get a new kid, that way we can have this cool collection of pictures showing our family growing each time we reach the summit. We'll see how that goes. So far, this is what we have.

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Red Castle

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Red Castle

This is documentation of our Red Castle overnighter. Sophia's first qua-backpacking experience. First day we hiked 10 miles and the second we hiked 14. It rained almost the whole time, which was fine--kept people away, we hardly saw a soul the whole trip! Good times, but the 14 mile day was killer! :)

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