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Old 08-26-2005, 08:24 PM
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Any one know any good trails?

I was just wondering if anybody knows of any good trails that ayou can ride horses on. I perfer the all day ones but couple hour ones are nice for when you don't have a lot of time. any suggestions would be great. I all ready know about dimple dell and the jordan parkway trails. but they are really not a challenge for my horse that will quickly get board of going on the same old trail all the time. which will lead to him trying to get some excitement and start crow hopping, and acting like its the first time he has ever been rode. not much fun.
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Old 08-26-2005, 09:03 PM
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Cant tell ya just where but west of you east of tooele is Brighams lost mine, cursed mind you but to the finder lots of gold. Story goes sheep hearder lost his flock went back into one of the draws looking and found this treasure, was told by Brigham not to let this location out. Now this man had said you could see this location from lake shore wherever that was back then.

Utah has a wide variety of land scape one could spend a life time looking over this state, I wish you luck and welcome to this BB.
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