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cool spot - artwork, spiral of stones out into the 'lake'.. There might be water, might not... but the stones are there
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Nice quiet place. But we took the spot a few hundreds meter before. It is more level. And no cars. Perfect. Great views.Report Check-In
What an awesome place! Beautiful views across the sands and lake. And over to the left views of the snowy mountains in the direction of Salt Lake city.
The dirt road isn't bad at first but gets progressively worse with persistent washboard. theres a 200 ish yard section of pretty wet silty mud which we plowed through using our momentum to prevent us from getting stuck in our 2wd promaster. I'm sure later in the year this won't be an issue.
We didn't see another soul for the 20 or so hours we spent out here
Camping worked, not totally sure of the legality. No ATT. Lots of washboard on the way out, take it slow.Report Check-In