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ELK Hunting in Ashley National Forest

Ventured up Wolf Creek that used to be a dirt road many times during the summer, to check on our... read more

Reviewed October 30, 2017
Kristine E
From what I saw EXCELLENT

The area I went through was the eastern side of the park along Highway 44 and taking the wonderful... read more

Reviewed October 19, 2016
ManOfC0nstantS0rr0w
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30 Oct 2017
“ELK Hunting in Ashley National Forest”
19 Oct 2016
“From what I saw EXCELLENT”
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This national forest region comprises 1.3 million acres, whose landscape ranges from a low of 6,000 feet to a high of 13,528 feet at the summit of Kings Peak.
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Reviewed October 30, 2017

Ventured up Wolf Creek that used to be a dirt road many times during the summer, to check on our game cameras. Watched the various changes that occur in the seasons. This last trip was snowy and cold. We camped in Soap Stone and enjoyed...More

Thank Kristine E
Reviewed October 19, 2016

The area I went through was the eastern side of the park along Highway 44 and taking the wonderful Sheep Creek loop off of highway 44. The area I saw had great vista's and not what most people think of Utah. The west side of...More

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Reviewed August 26, 2016

Hoop Lake in the Ashley National Forest provided a great spot for our elk camp last year. It's a tough hike back into the high country, but if you are willing to hoof it (or if you have horses) this is a great spot to...More

Thank R S
Reviewed July 31, 2016

Went camping over weekend to Whiterocks canyon. Camp'd at the Ashley Nat. Forest campground in this canyon. Was in need of some upkeep. Very pretty remote area. Lots of deer in canyon and a beautiful river.

Thank zbestbiker
Reviewed July 3, 2016 via mobile

Our trip through Flaming Gorge was beautiful and our stop at the Red Canyon Visitor Center made it better. The staff was full of useful info and were happy to share. Seeing a small herd of big horned sheep with new lambs was an added...More

Thank SWWelland
Reviewed January 14, 2016

Beautiful scenery, with gorges, mountains, forest. I loved the remoteness of this area and can't wait to return to explore some more.

Thank Dave S
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