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    The Trona Pinnacles






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    not so retired henzilla's Avatar
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    Nice

    I have made a mental note of another thing to see in person.
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    Very nice Steve. Would a street bike have any problem getting there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Nice

    I have made a mental note of another thing to see in person.
    This is a super-nice GS ride on top of some cool views. Highly recommended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terham View Post
    Very nice Steve. Would a street bike have any problem getting there?
    Terence,

    The pinnacles are about three miles or so off the paved road. There were a couple of sandy spots and one rocky slight incline, but for the most part you should have trouble. Slow and easy and your rigs will work.

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    Such a cool place. I've not taken my bike there but we did have an overnight campout with our Nissan Xterra:

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    Nice video. Very well done.

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    That was a very fine video. Your use of the drone added enormously to its appeal. Thank you for sharing.
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