By Steve Allen
The 1st Canyoneering advisor! dozens of hikes into the scenic beauty of the San Rafael, for adventurers at each point.
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We were all walking around the camp right by her anyhow. I was walking around with Steve . I got a couple of shots of Steve, talked to him for a while, and we drove out of there. That last day of the expedition, April 21, 1990, when we got back to the base camp at Tomsich Butte, I interviewed Steve. Admittedly, I had a little trouble concentrating because of the shower. He said he is a graduate of Colorado State University, had an auto repair shop in Fort Collins, and sold the shop so he could spend a couple of years hiking the deserts of the Colorado Plateau.
These include Huntington, Castle Dale, and Ferron. Page 8 The Environmental Imperative ''. . " This definition of wilderness is from the Wilderness Act of 1964. The desert from afar looks massive and solid. The towers, cliffs, mesas, and plateaus appear indestructible and unalterable. Up close though, the desert proves to be a fragile environment, one easily damaged. Wounds inflicted fester and rot. The scars remain. By its beauty, the desert invites intrusion. The hiker, climber, biker, and river-runner are attracted, as are the photographer and picnicker.
Upper Cane Wash, Upper Saddle Horse Canyon, and the Upper North Fork of Coal Wash 152 4. Devils Canyon 155 Copper Globe Road Section 155 32. Devils CanyonEastand the San Rafael Knob 156 Page vii 33. Devils CanyonWestand the Legends Trail 158 5. Mussentuchit Badlands, Cedar Mountain, and the Moroni Slopes 163 Mussentuchit Badlands Road Section 164 34. Upper Muddy Creek and Cat and Dizzy Trail Canyons 168 35. Top of Chimney Canyon 170 36. Segers Hole and The Squeeze 172 37. Cable Canyon and The Slides 174 38.