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Itinerary Info for: Thursday, September 12
Team: South
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah
Public Lands: BLM Lands
Mode of Transportation: hike4wheel
Total Route Miles: 66 miles
Description: Team leaves houseboat and takes Hole-in-the-Rock Trail to the upper trailhead to meet BLM ranger Brian Bellow. Support team motors up the lake to Bullfrog Bay, picks up vehicles, and drives around to Calf Creek campground where they meat the rest of the team.

Overnight: Calf Creek Campground


Hiking - 4 miles
4 Wheel Drive - 61 miles
Hiking X-Country 1 mile

Related links/websites:   Glen Canyon National Recreation Area--
  Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument--
for Thursday, September 12
North South Both


Itinerary Info for: Thursday, September 12
Team: North
Bridger Teton National Forest, Wyoming
Public Lands: National Forest
Mode of Transportation: hike
Total Route Miles: 116 miles over 4 days
Description: Jackson to Blind Bull Lake to Jackson. A backpack trip south into the Bridger-Teton National Forest, just east of Greys River.
Trek Team Overnight: Back Country Sites
Support Team Overnights: Commercial campground in Jackson

4 Wheel Drive 30 miles (from Jackson)
Backpacking Trip (4 days) 21 miles
4 Wheel Drive 65 miles (to Jackson)

Related links/websites:   nearby campground with area recreation map--
  Bridger-Teton National Forest--
for Thursday, September 12
North South Both


Public Lands:
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Team: North
In the Footsteps of the Mountain Men
Team North wakes up this morning by Blind Bull Lake, a remote and lovely alpine lake above the Greys River. Having completed their backcountry tour, the team will turn around and loop back to Jackson for the Wild Horse & Burro adoption event on the 14th....
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Team: South
Back on Dry Land
The trekkers of Team South disembark from their comfy houseboat and hike up the Hole-in-the-Rock Trail to the plateau above the lake where they will be met by their BLM host for the bumpy ride along the Hole-in-the-Rock Road to camp at Calf Creek. The...
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