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1311-61 - Cathedral Rock at the intersection of upper Baldwin Loop and HiLine Trails with sign warning that the HiLine Trail is for experts only, Sedona, Arizona, United States of America, North America
857-92685 - Three participants of the UTMB are running in the hills of Chamonix. The famous peaks of the Mont Blanc range are in the background. The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (also referred to as UTMB) is a single-stage mountain ultramarathon. It takes place once a year in the Alps, across France, Italy and Switzerland. The distance is approximately 166 kilometres (103 mi), with a total elevation gain of around 9,600 m. It is widely regarded as one of the most difficult foot races in Europe. It's certainly one of the largest with over two thousand starters. The combined participation in all of the events is approaching 10 thousand runners. While the best runners complete the loop in slightly more than 20 hours, most runners take 30 to 45 hours to reach the finish line.
857-92684 - An elderly woman is running in the hills of Chamonix. She is close to finishing the extremely exhausting UTMB race. The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (also referred to as UTMB) is a single-stage mountain ultramarathon. It takes place once a year in the Alps, across France, Italy and Switzerland. The distance is approximately 166 kilometres (103 mi), with a total elevation gain of around 9,600 m. It is widely regarded as one of the most difficult foot races in Europe. It's certainly one of the largest with over two thousand starters. The combined participation in all of the events is approaching 10 thousand runners. While the best runners complete the loop in slightly more than 20 hours, most runners take 30 to 45 hours to reach the finish line.
857-89709 - Hikers setup camp on a beach along the Colorado River near the plumeting 180-foot Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89713 - Female hiker cooks dinner on a cliff-pinched patio above camp and the Colorado River near Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89701 - Hikers on the sandstone Esplanade of the Thunder River Trail below the North Rim of the Grand Canyon outside Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone from the Bill Hall trailhead to connect the Thunder River and Deer Creeks trails. Hikers descend into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley, Deer Creek, Tapeats Creek via Thunder River and even the Colorado River.
857-89710 - Hikers cook dinner on a cliff-pinched patio above camp and the Colorado River near Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89708 - Hikers swim in the pool below 180-foot Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89717 - Hikers follow a route along the Colorado River that connect Tapeats Creek and Thunder River to Deer Creek in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89712 - Male hiker filters water on a cliff-pinched patio near Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89700 - Hikers on the sandstone Esplanade of the Thunder River Trail below the North Rim of the Grand Canyon outside Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone from the Bill Hall trailhead to connect the Thunder River and Deer Creeks trails. Hikers descend into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley, Deer Creek, Tapeats Creek via Thunder River and even the Colorado River.
857-89703 - Hikers past small waterfalls along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89711 - Male hiker filters water on a cliff-pinched patio near Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89702 - Hikers walk along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89705 - Hikers walk along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-89734 - Woman rides the popular Bell Rock Pathway near Courthouse Butte in South Sedona, Arizona. Bell Rock Pathway is a popular starting point to access Sedona's classic loop rides.
857-86011 - Hikers walk along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86023 - Male hiker filters water on a cliff-pinched patio near Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86016 - Hikers overlook the Colorado River as they exit the Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86021 - Hikers setup camp on a beach along the Colorado River near the plumeting 180-foot Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86015 - Hikers walk along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86013 - Hikers walk along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86000 - Hikers on the sandstone Esplanade of the Thunder River Trail below the North Rim of the Grand Canyon outside Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone from the Bill Hall trailhead to connect the Thunder River and Deer Creeks trails. Hikers descend into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley, Deer Creek, Tapeats Creek via Thunder River and even the Colorado River.
857-86025 - Hikers follow a route along the Colorado River that connect Tapeats Creek and Thunder River to Deer Creek in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86007 - Hikers cook dinner along Deer Creek Narrows in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86027 - Hikers climb out of Surprise Valley to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86022 - Hikers setup camp on a beach along the Colorado River near the plumeting 180-foot Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall to access Surprise Valley. Hikers connect Thunder River and Tapeats Creek to a route along the Colorado River and climb out Deer Creek.
857-86003 - Hikers descend into Surprise Valley to access the lower canyon through a break in the 400-foot-tall Redwall on the Thunder River Trail in the Grand Canyon outside of Fredonia, Arizona November 2011. The 21.4-mile loop starts at the Bill Hall trailhead on the North Rim and descends 2000-feet in 2.5-miles through Coconino Sandstone to the level Esplanada then descends further into the lower canyon to access Thunder River, Tapeats Creek and Deer Creek.
832-374691 - Landmark "Tiger & Turtle - Magic Mountain" by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, walkable sculpture in the shape of a roller coaster, on the Halde Heinrich-Hildebrand-Höhe heap, Angerpark, Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe, PublicGround
1167-167 - Hiker takes a break on the Peekaboo Loop Trail in winter, with snowy red rocks and cliffs, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, United States of America, North America
832-243980 - Aerial photograph, motorway loop, Autobahn ramp A45, B1 Ruhr Highway exit, Bochum-Stahlhausen, Wattenscheider Strasse, Bochum, Ruhr Area, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, Europe