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Itinerary Info for: Saturday, September 14
Team: South
Backpack in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Public Lands: BLM Lands
Mode of Transportation: hike
Total Route Miles: 27 miles over 3 days
Description: The trekkers will leave for a 3-day trip through the Grand Staircase- Escalante National Monument from Calf Creek Campground.

Trek Team Overnight: Undeveloped Sites On Trail
Support Team Overnight Calf Creek Campground

4 Wheel Drive - 2 miles
Backpacking Trip (3 days) - 10 miles
4 Wheel Drive 15 miles back to Calf Creek

Related links/websites:   Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument--
  Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument with area recreation map--
for Saturday, September 14
North South Both


Itinerary Info for: Saturday, September 14
Team: North
Jackson, WY: Wild Horse & Burro Adoption
Public Lands: National Forest
Mode of Transportation: 4wheel
Total Route Miles: 65 miles
Description: Team will participate in Wild Horse and Burro adoption program in Jackson then travel to Blind Bull Lake. Overnight at Blind Bull Lake, in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Related links/websites:   American Frontiers Exhibit on Wild Horses & Burros--
  Wild Horses in Wyoming--
for Saturday, September 14
North South Both


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Team: North
Adopt a Wild Horse or a Wild Burro Today!

Team North better have been saving their pennies, because today is their chance to bid on wild horses gathered from public lands in Wyoming. Since the trekkers have had so much experience packing through the wilderness, they will surely want to take home...
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Team: South
Exploring the Grand Staircase-Escalante

While the trekkers are hiking toward Deer Creek campground, the support team has many opportunities to do some hiking and exploring of their own. Starting right from the campground a 2.75 mile-long (one way), well marked interpretive trail leads to 126-foot...
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