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Check out the red circle I inserted, then look at the next picture.

Crazy how high those hikers were. We were at 4953 ft elevation and they were way higher than us!
 

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Nice pics and video, looks like an awesome place to ride. Be quite the hike for them lol. The stock tires do alright for your riding?
 

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Just bought the quad so I'm just getting a feel for the stock tires. Ran Big Horn's on my last quad. The stock tires are doing well on the sharp rock and they corner well. Might keep them till they wear out.
 

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Not sure if I'm more amazed by the hikers of your camera's zooming
ability. :grin2:

At least you now know that the Kodiak 700 has great brakes and traction. Was going down the what seems to be a dirt path to your left not an option?
 

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Bridge was out...little sketchy on the quads. Wife wouldn't go through so video shows me taking both through the gap. Video doesn't show the true representation of the ground very well. Shale to the right on a 80 deg slope was a no go. Had to take the rocks down.
http://vid113.photobucket.com/albums/n208/Fisherhawk/20151003_132336_zpsxbbaj8mr.mp4
Great job with how tricky it looked to be, might not have been something a newb would be able to take on with such ease :D
 

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I might of made it look easy but it wasn't. It was harder going the other direction, tires going up the rock! I was nervous but once I was committed I had no choice but to keep going. Had my heart rate up for sure, then I had to get back through to go home!
 

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Sometimes that's all it takes, just have to take a chance and in the moment dealing with it every inch of the way. At least you have it on video!
 

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Last Weekend on the ATV's

Wife and I quaded Mt Woodside last weekend. Was a bit hazy but still good to get out. This picture is where the Harrison and Fraser Rivers meet up. Lots of huge Chinook Salmon to be had!!! Love living in the Fraser Valley!!This is Campbell Lake at the top of the mountain, Lots of Rainbow Trout and salamnders.The Mighty Fraser River and Mt Cheam in the background. Didn't see any deer cause it was mid day. The pictures of mountains that I have posted in the past are the ones in the background behind my wife. Very close to the US/Canada border. So close that my cell phone switches providers at times.
 

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You're so lucky to live near these scenic trails! Any high points near me can only be accessed after a very long drive and by then I'll have to head home for work the next day.
If hunting doesn't go well you can fish for some trout. :grin2:
 
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