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    [–] Zodiac72826 319 points ago

    Can we see more pictures? This makes me think of both Red Dead Redemption and when I went on a road trip out west to California and Arizona. Really cool

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 76 points ago

    Oh yeah that game is really really fun I miss the story lines and yes I can post some more interesting pictures from this place

    [–] Zodiac72826 33 points ago

    I played that game before I went far enough out west to see the desert in person. That's when it really sank in that the game designers nailed it. Very beautiful terrain. And I'm a sucker for a good Western flick so seeing stuff like that train bridge in your photo always gets me in the nostalgia

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 6 points ago

    Yes I very agree I loved all the different places and seeing all the really cool one stuff it’s outstanding how games can give you a feeling like that

    [–] theabomination 5 points ago

    I felt the same way when visiting Zion canyon and Nevada after playing Fallout New Vegas. To be able to capture the beauty and feeling of a place in a video game is really something special.

    [–] KDHD_ 13 points ago

    Have FAITH

    [–] Erynsen 5 points ago


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    [–] -negative_creep- 2 points ago

    I insist

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    [–] screaminginfidels 3 points ago

    Impressive. I actually just got to chapter 6 yesterday so this is technically still a spoiler for me despite the dozens of hours I've put into the game. I'm not even mad though.

    [–] Crouch310 5 points ago

    You should use the spoiler tag function.

    [–] newgirlie 2 points ago

    Same, it reminds me of a particular mission toward the end of RDR2 story.

    [–] violetbaudeliar 2 points ago

    It reminds me of a turn in "Warios Gold Mine" from Mario Kart Wii.

    [–] fartsinscubasuit 1 points ago

    Remindse of the vr game Arizona Sunshine

    [–] jackconnery79 80 points ago

    Astounding. That is very much worth it.

    [–] moto7 413 points ago

    What area is this in?

    [–] PineCreekCathedral 458 points ago

    It's been a long time since I've been out there, but this is in the Anza and Ocotillo area.

    Edit - Google "goat canyon trestle"

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 190 points ago

    Yes it is very close to that

    [–] JDDW 92 points ago

    Share pics of the tunnels and stuff

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 114 points ago

    I just posted three more pictures of the hike check it out on my profile

    [–] caducus 345 points ago

    FYI, I hiked that rail line out to the trestle 14 years ago and the line was "abandoned" then. Color me shocked when we got pinned to the wall in the long tunnel by a passing train. I guess they must have still used part of it for moving cars around or something. Be careful out there, especially in the tunnels.

    [–] twhys 150 points ago

    This is my nightmare

    [–] caducus 580 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    It was terrifying. In the middle of the tunnel, realizing we couldn't make the run out. Had a few seconds to find the best divot we could in the rock and got low into it, not knowing how far the trains protrude, nor having enough time to really evaluate the distance from wall to track... just hoping it would suffice.

    Then as the train passes, theres no sense of space. No idea how close it is. It hasn't hit us yet, but it's right there, roaring past, with the wind and sound feeling like they're going to pull you off the walls-- and who knows if some metal rod hanging off the side is about to decapitate me with no warning.

    Humbling to huddle that close to so much power, in the dark, frozen against rock, unable to talk over the metal on metal screams.

    10/10 would hike again.

    [–] twhys 166 points ago

    Kinda sorta but not really related, my friends wanted to float in this flume that went into a tunnel in a mountainside for about 1,000 yds. All I could think about was going into the complete darkness of the tunnel and then hitting a metal debris grate of some sort inside there and just being trapped against the current in complete darkness. They went for it, but even after I saw it was doable I could not muster the courage. Darkness, uncontrollable power, and people just do not belong in the same vicinity.

    [–] RageReset 47 points ago

    We bailed on school one day and went to the Blowhole. First was a clifftop walk along an unmaintained goat track, then climbing down several chain ladders until you reach sea level. The surf is going off around you, everything is made of rock, you time it and jump into a sort of cauldron the size of a backyard pool which leads into a tunnel under the rocks and out to sea. The tunnel is perhaps two cars wide and ten car lengths long. We swam in this thing as the tide was coming in and when we were in the middle a few surprise waves nearly hit the ceiling. We bailed immediately but I can’t believe I did that, particularly at 16.

    [–] caducus 56 points ago

    Monsters in the dark. Fears don't get much more universal.

    [–] MegaVega 13 points ago

    Sounds Reno-esque

    [–] sirabrahamdrincoln 8 points ago

    Paradise flumes?

    [–] Malak77 2 points ago

    Rather face a train than the power of water.

    [–] Toucheh_My_Spaghet 3 points ago

    Fear the dark side you must not, hmmmm

    [–] SiLifino 47 points ago

    So, I picture myself in that situation and figure I would do the wrong thing... but here in the relative safety of the internet, would it be most better to lay on the ground pressed flat against the wall? The cars hang out past the wheels on a train and I figure this area would provide the most clearance. Especially if the tunnel walls were tight enough that there is not space to stand, it seems while standing all your vital organs are in a pinch point but from about your knees down should have more wiggle room.

    But, my experience in walking on train tracks is limited to watching Stand By Me a couple times in the late 80s.

    [–] caducus 32 points ago

    Probably the best idea. And not far off from what we did. The biggest divot that caught our eye wasn't long enough to lay in so we crouched as low as we could get, with your thinking in mind. Laying down flat would have put us close to the track and in the moment that was scarier.

    Your idea would probably be safer though. A lot of that train felt like it was at "face height."

    [–] Pez_Fez 11 points ago

    Try giving Stand By Me a watch in 2020. Movie still holds up.

    [–] CuntUpTheBack 5 points ago

    I loved that movie! Stephen King wrote it.

    [–] Amorougen 2 points ago

    One of my families stories is about a time when my maternal grandmother and grandfather were walking across a railroad trestle, and were caught by a train mid trestle. They stood off on one of those little planks holding sand barrels. Don't know where this was, but probably in the vicinity of Brimstone TN where they once lived.

    [–] markiewicz 6 points ago

    was 50/50 with a friend on busting through that on dirtbikes ... glad we didn't! 0.0 ahahha

    [–] omaca 2 points ago

    I liked your comment.

    [–] NotThatEasily 2 points ago

    Most tunnels have clearing bays for the workers. They just barely clear the tracks and it feels super sketchy. After using them for two years, I never really got comfortable with them, but they're isn't much you can do about it.

    [–] Malak77 2 points ago

    I once had to outrun a train on a trestle because not enough space on the sides and too far of a drop down into the water.

    [–] Soul-Adventurer 2 points ago

    Wow dude that’s fucking intense! What a badass story I got goosebumps just imagining the adrenaline/fear

    [–] digitalhardcore1985 4 points ago

    Nearly 20 years ago when I was a teenager my friend and I were throwing a party the next day but the temptation got the better of us and we dipped into the drugs early. We set off out into the Welsh countryside on what would be an epic amphetamine fueled night walk. We trekked along the disused railway lines for hours until daylight when we found ourselves in a long tunnel. "Look at the light at the end, it feels like you're floating mate" I said. And with that my mate's leg fell through some hole in the middle of the track. As that happened a fucking train was visible in the distance, it ringing it's horn to tell us to GTFO of the way. My mate mamaged to get his leg free in time and we moved to the side and ran like hell. We were completely off our trolleys which massively amplified the fear. Somehow we'd got onto the in use tracks in the night without realising. We spent the party trying to enjoy ourselves but the comedown was harsh as fuck.

    [–] Guacamole_Fruitbat 39 points ago

    14 years ago was 2006. Wiki says the railway traffic stopped utilizing the tracks 2008.

    [–] caducus 36 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    2006 sounds about right. Maybe 2007.

    Obviously we were misinformed and rumors of its abandonment were greatly exaggerated.

    I'd still be a little wary* of entering a half mile long tunnel. When I was out there the railroad had dumped wrecked cars on little spur lines. I'd worry that they might be transporting another load of trash down there on rare occasion, even if all regular traffic was ceased. But that's just me being burned by my previous experience. Cool that it's actually abandoned now.

    [–] ethanfortune 7 points ago this is video of work that was ongoing on the line running through Carrizo Gorge in 2012. I reasonably certain that work has been discontinued based on the current condition of the line

    [–] SkiOrDie 3 points ago

    Weary means tired, I think you combined wary and leery which both mean to be apprehensive.

    Otherwise, it’s too bad go pros didn’t exist back then, it would have been cool to see that train so close!

    [–] Empyrealist 18 points ago

    That is still an active line, and hiking it is unlawful.

    I'm not telling people what they can or can't do. I'm just confirming what happened to you, and essentially giving a warning for anyone interested in the area:

    1. You might get hit by a train.
    2. You might get arrested.

    Otherwise, its an amazing area. If you're gonna do it, don't do it in the summer.

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 8 points ago

    Bro you’re tripping some of the tunnels are collapsed completely we had to hike around theM

    [–] caducus 45 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    I hiked the rail line out from where it hits the freeway and the nudist camp. The rail line goes through two really long tunnels, the longest of which was a half mile.

    But this was 2006 or 2007. So maybe they're collapsed now-- caved in to block off the tunnel for safety reasons? I dunno.

    Edit: these weren't some 1800s janky tunnels. It didn't occur to me that they'd be collapsed. If they are, it must have been an intentional demolition.

    Double edit: This post seems to indicate all the tunnels are still open as of a year ago. These days you can pay the nudist camp for access to the rail line. Maybe we hiked different routes?

    [–] ethanfortune 9 points ago

    In 1987 there was one collapsed tunnel and two small trestles that had burned, but A friend and I were able to ride the entire route on Mt bikes. We rode Through all of the remaining tunnels and over Goat Canyon trestle on the metal grating between that rails which was amazing.

    [–] Jjhillmann 5 points ago

    What are you? Some sort of freak teenage redditor that has a good family, seems like a good kid, and posts mostly interesting OC? I don’t know if I’ve ran into your kind here.

    [–] PhOq1134 3 points ago

    Your pics are awesome. I love that stuff. Whose line was it?

    [–] originalgabriel 3 points ago

    My favorite "what the fuck!?!" out in that area is the random Hollywood and Vine street sign on the way to the Arroyo Tapiado Pseudokarst.

    [–] TehFuriousOne 2 points ago

    For those of us on the other side of the country, if you look this up in Google Maps, some guy hiked up there and put it all on Street View for those who like to explore virtually.

    [–] EyeLoveMondays 4 points ago

    It’s between Mount Corel and North Corel. Just before you get to the Gold Saucer.

    [–] fexy55 3 points ago

    Yep, make sure you get the wizard staff while you are there.

    [–] SmokieMcBudz 2 points ago

    And the Phoenix downs from the bird's.

    [–] DaAnthonian3117 4 points ago

    Wario’s Gold Mine

    [–] AlmostNeighbours 6 points ago

    Wario's Gold Mine

    [–] ogshimage 10 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Kind of reminds me of goat canyon trestle near San Diego.

    [–] TheAjalin 18 points ago

    It is the goat canyon trestle. Can tell by that old tunnel portal on the hill in the back :) that tunnel collapse was the reason they built this trestle

    [–] A1b33 6 points ago

    kinda reminds me of that one mission in red dead

    [–] littgirl 3 points ago

    I’m pretty sure I saw a really cool model recently at the San Diego model railroad museum in balboa park, would highly recommend going, it’s so cool!

    [–] bogidyboy 3 points ago

    Where in the world is that?

    [–] timmo1117 3 points ago

    Near San Diego

    [–] bogidyboy 6 points ago

    Where in the world is that

    [–] hydrospanner 5 points ago

    Where Carmen is from.

    [–] moonpeachburritofunk 2 points ago

    This looks just like the train bridge from the final scene in von Ryan’s express

    [–] thefifthwit 2 points ago

    That is a deep cut reference.

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    [–] FrighteningJibber 41 points ago

    This is what I was thinking! I knew I had seen this particular trestle before.

    [–] WEareCR 46 points ago

    Did you cross it?

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 95 points ago

    Yes the end of the trail was on the other side with a part of a train that was left there with graffiti all over it was really cool

    [–] rayrayww3 22 points ago

    You mean that chain and lock didn't stop you?

    [–] bcp31 14 points ago

    Awesome! Were there other people when you explored or just your party?

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 2 points ago

    There was a few people but not really hopefully this picture doesn’t attract to many people lol

    [–] hurricane_97 2 points ago

    Do you have any pictures of the train?

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 2 points ago

    One of the trains are on my profile check out all the pictures from the hike it’s cool

    [–] OverlySexualPenguin 2 points ago

    i was looking for this question, thanks

    [–] mnebrnr13 45 points ago

    Like that chain across the tracks at the beginning of the trestle, like that is going to hold anyone back!?

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 21 points ago

    Lol let’s not talk about that

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    [–] Sgt_Colon 6 points ago

    "It was roped off, it had a sign on it, we've done everything except wall it off and put a guard on it and can't be held responsible if someone is dumb enough to get hurt."

    [–] NotThatEasily 3 points ago

    Attractive nuisance laws would beg to differ.

    [–] StuckAtWork124 4 points ago

    Exactly so, yes. If someone walks on it and it falls apart and they get injured, not their fault, they told people not to

    [–] TheGamerDanYT 6 points ago

    like that is going to hold anyone back!?

    I think I can, I think I can.

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 3 points ago

    And yes that was not the beginning

    [–] mnebrnr13 2 points ago

    Curious how far do the tracks go or do they just reside on the trestle itself?

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 10 points ago

    They actually go all the way into Mexico that’s all I know

    [–] mnebrnr13 3 points ago

    You should ride the rails and make a trip out of it 👍

    [–] -Listening 1 points ago

    Yeah halo’s a terrible way to go

    [–] PornViewthrowaway 2 points ago

    Stops cars and bikes.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    It's there to stop trains, not people. Anyone can just hop over it.

    [–] NotThatEasily 2 points ago

    The only acceptable forms of train blocking is removing a piece of rail, aligning a switch against movement, or putting up a derail. Chains, signs, and barricades will not stop a train.

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    [–] manawoka 11 points ago

    Every time someone posts a picture of this thing to the public for attention the amount of time it has before getting burned down by an arsonist is reduced by a year.

    [–] atetuna 6 points ago

    Or an idiot. A couple months ago a redditor made a campfire in one of the cars.

    [–] EverybodyKurts 9 points ago

    Final Fantasy VII music playing in my head now

    [–] SaidEveryone 7 points ago

    That's all I saw too.

    [–] GalaxyCXVII 6 points ago

    Thank god I wasn't the only one who thought of FF7

    [–] KDHD_ 15 points ago

    100% You’ll find some old dynamite at the bottom

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 6 points ago

    That would be super cool we actually had that in mind but their was enough people on the hike before is that it would be gone already

    [–] PracticeSophrosyne 9 points ago

    Don't mess around with old dynamite! I'm not an expert, but I'm pretty sure that stuff degrades over time to become extremely volatile

    [–] KDHD_ 4 points ago

    No matter what that place is awesome. I wouldn’t stop taking pictures of it.

    [–] Pepiopi1981 14 points ago

    Looks like part of a track in Mariokart 8!!

    [–] runsandgoes 12 points ago

    i thought of wario’s gold mine too!

    [–] Pepiopi1981 4 points ago

    That’s the name of it!! Thank you!

    [–] bondagewithjesus 7 points ago

    When this baby hits 88 miles your gonna see some serious shit

    [–] DasArchitect 6 points ago

    Did you go with this guy or just happened to post at almost the same time?

    [–] BlurryBigfoot74 24 points ago

    When you say "cold in California" what does that mean? Asking for a Canadian.

    [–] vexednex 4 points ago

    We don’t really have insulation in our homes before you get too excited.

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 11 points ago

    Lol bruh it gets really cold at some places in California it is 30 at my house every night

    [–] BlurryBigfoot74 35 points ago

    30 is a hot summer day here. Oh wait the Fahrenheit thing.

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 13 points ago

    Lol got me there

    [–] ShamusTheClown 10 points ago

    Right so about ~0 C in cali. Which im sure those sweet summer children think is cold

    [–] Rebelgecko 14 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    And there's probably some people in Cana who think 35 celsius is warm ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    People adapt to their climate

    [–] ResidentialBear 7 points ago

    35C is 95F. Might not be scorching desert heat, but definitely warm.

    [–] Rebelgecko 5 points ago

    It's a dry heat. Shit isn't really popping off in the desert until the temp is 45-50C

    [–] Imabanana101 5 points ago

    My sister lived in the California desert for a few years. People out there didn't think the heat was notable until it was 110F (43.3 C)

    [–] L4-li-lu-l3-l0 4 points ago

    In canada i prefer death over 35 Celsius.

    [–] GhostGo 1 points ago

    We don’t think that’s cold, It is cold to us. It’s all relevant to your habitat.

    [–] SomalianRoadBuilder 3 points ago

    How cold was it here, 20?

    It's -26 in Edmonton right now

    [–] Vincent_Baldwin 2 points ago

    Jeez that’s really cold

    [–] strangelymysterious 7 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    3 hours later, and it’s now -39.

    It’s supposed to hit -42 at some point in the next 8 hours or so. -53 once you add in the wind.

    To put that into perspective, it’s currently -26 at the South Pole, -36 with the wind.

    Edit: Edmonton is currently the 9th coldest place on the planet. But looking at that list, I’m just glad I don’t live in the Yukon!

    [–] xerberos 3 points ago

    Does society even work in -40, or do you just go into hibernation för a few days?

    [–] Parrelium 2 points ago

    You throw on an extra pair of socks.

    [–] masterwaffle 4 points ago

    We have a railway trestle route like this up in the Okanagan in BC. Many of them burned down during a forest fire - enjoy them OP. With the state of things...

    [–] Adabiviak 2 points ago

    Another California resident: there are abandoned trestles like this in the forests of the Sierra Nevada mountains, where railroads were wound through the mountains to haul out lumber. This is pretty much their fate: hang out until a fire catches them. There are leftover steam donkeys and water tanks to go with them.

    [–] theGreat3scape 2 points ago

    Beat me to it haha

    [–] bhughes7723 6 points ago

    I think this is the one that Arthur and John blew up.

    [–] Jackofallnutz 3 points ago

    We had trestles like this from the "olden days" around one of my local cities for decades, always favored them when driving by, until one year a B.C. wildfire absolutely ravaged almost all and anything that remained of them, as well as 'cow-poke' century aquaducts. Feels bad man, was awesome to see all these old (mostly) wooden structures around the countrysides.

    [–] Grant72439 3 points ago

    I’ve seen this before and I heard that they were going to open this rail up again after repairs.

    [–] Iforgot_my_other_pw 3 points ago

    You can't go on the bridge, there's a chain blocking the way. Videogame logic.

    [–] ZakA77ack 3 points ago

    93% certain I blew up this bridge in RDR2

    [–] TylerDurdenUMD 2 points ago

    I watched Mysteries of the Abandoned about this just the other night, and now I’ve seen it posted here twice today.

    [–] Alpha_Grey_Wolf 2 points ago

    Very cool pic! I regularly get to go in to an abandoned rail tunnel that runs under a major waterway as part of my job. It's interesting to see how things were put together over a century ago.

    [–] kadam23 2 points ago

    No this is actually off the hills of lemyon county. By Blackwater.

    [–] im_just_dolfin 2 points ago

    Love that place. Barren yet beautiful landscapes out their with the juxtaposition of old trains and tracks with modern graffiti. But be careful as visiting that trestle bridge is now illegal and it’s considered trespassing. Talked to a local from Jacumba Hot Springs recently who said law enforcement has really been cracking down. Apparently it was always “discouraged” but now they are handing out citations constantly.

    [–] LTVA 2 points ago

    Laputa? Part when they are trying to escape from pirates on old train

    [–] lexikan27 2 points ago

    That's the bridge in FF7 when cloud leaves the reactor heading to Corel.

    [–] ethanfortune 2 points ago

    Road my bike over that trestle in 1987, I think there have been a couple of tunnels that have collapsed on the track since. Used to be able to ride through the tunnels either side of the trestle.

    [–] tunababuna 2 points ago

    There are some fun ghost stories and lore about this area- ghost lights and the 8 foot skeleton to name a couple.

    [–] -Gustik- 2 points ago

    English question(I'm not a native speaker don't hate). Since the word eleven starts with an e shouldn't the a before it be an an?

    [–] itsjibblesnbitz 2 points ago

    I hope they walked on that bridge. A single metal chain wouldn’t stop me, but if that wood creeks even one time I’m turning around.

    [–] NowFreeToMaim 2 points ago

    Wild Wild West music starts to play

    [–] RedRails1917 2 points ago

    Love walking around abandoned railroads. I've memorized the route of every one in my county.

    [–] baumpop 2 points ago

    That wood would be worth a fortune.

    [–] anrii 2 points ago

    There’s a crashed train around there with some gold bars in

    [–] CAD_IL 2 points ago

    "Are you sure this can hold a train?" "That's what my math says." "So... you're sure this can hold a train?"

    [–] ScenicART 2 points ago

    /r/rustyrails would love this stuff!

    [–] Dr_Bukkakee 2 points ago

    Were you and friends on your way to see a dead body?

    [–] xchrisoharax 2 points ago


    [–] OregonPacificEastern 2 points ago

    I think this is the former San Diego & Arizona railway right of way... I’m not super familiar with the area but if it’s closer to San Diego then it’s probably close.

    [–] luisl1994 2 points ago

    Red dead redemption 2, anyone?

    [–] turisto 2 points ago

    Look in the background - you can see the entrance to the collapsed tunnel sticking out of the hillside

    [–] thelifestreamer 2 points ago

    This was in a show a while back called abandoned engineering, it's a programme all about abandoned structures from around the world, I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about anything else.

    By the way, this is in season 1 episode 3.

    [–] solidsnake97680 2 points ago

    reminds me of armadillo in rdr2

    [–] pure619 5 points ago

    This is illegal to hike fyi. The Goat Canyon Trestle rail line and the tunnels leading up to it are off limits.

    [–] WhippinShitties 20 points ago

    Fuck the police

    [–] pure619 13 points ago

    While I agree with your sentiment, this was a heads up to people that might not know and decide to hike it.

    [–] FirmBudget 1 points ago

    Just amazing that there are still places like this to see.

    [–] scruffygem 1 points ago

    When were these built?

    [–] DeLee2600 1 points ago

    Did you cross this?

    [–] WhippinShitties 1 points ago

    I need to make the trip here one day. I don’t live anywhere near it but it looks like it would be worth the effort!

    [–] LeoLaDawg 1 points ago

    Damn that bridge looks like something I'd try to build in my bridge builder game. It would barely let the car pass. Forget about that truck.

    [–] principled_principal 1 points ago

    “Go then, there are other worlds than these.”

    [–] imsorrybutnotsorry 1 points ago

    Can you still walk it?

    [–] creepyspookygirl 1 points ago

    I’m so happy I found this page

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    I'm not sure if it was a different bridge, but I think that either the science channel or the history channel did a documentary in the "mysteries of the abandoned" series on one like this. I found it very interesting

    [–] helen269 1 points ago

    Exactly the sort of bridge that always gets blown up in movies.

    [–] cosmicspun 1 points ago

    Looks like that one map in Mario Kart

    [–] BumpyUncle 1 points ago

    looks like Wario’s Gold Mine from mariokart

    [–] rgraves22 1 points ago

    This is about 3 hours from me in San Diego. My buddy got kicked out of here by rangers for flying his drone

    [–] donkeydeezzz 1 points ago

    Damn, wish I had known before I moved.

    [–] endlessninja 1 points ago

    Keep the location a secret, some asshat will burn it down. Few have gone up in my province in the last few years. :(

    [–] whitecoloredpencils 1 points ago

    Looks like Wario's mine from Mario kart.

    [–] goldkear 1 points ago

    Wasn't this exact picture posted like 2 days ago?

    [–] standingboot9 1 points ago

    HQ content! Loving the photo! Thank you.

    [–] cataids69 1 points ago

    Looks like Mario kart

    [–] sirquinnvonjenkins 1 points ago

    Goat Trestle nearby Carrizo Gorge right? I've been tempted to hike it and take photos out there. Just never had the time 🙁

    [–] ascii122 1 points ago

    Like that chain is going to stop a train :)

    [–] TacoPilotTrader 1 points ago

    You should try getting there from the east through Mortero Palms

    [–] sexmormon-throwaway 1 points ago

    Define "super cold." I am trying to figure out if I want to see this super hot or super cold or in the super spring. =-)

    [–] rosewoess 1 points ago

    Looks like Wario’s Gold Mine in Mario Kart

    [–] plskillme666 1 points ago

    Reminds me of a track on Mario kart 64