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Thousands and thousands of archaeological sites," said Vaughn Hadenfeldt, owner of Far Out Expeditions and a guide to archaeological sites in the Cedar Mesa and Grand Gulch areas for more than three decades.


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Vaughn Hadenfeldt Bio More Biographies
LAM Program Presenter: Vaughn Hadenfeldt has been guiding in the Four Corners region for over 25 years, and is the owner and guide of Far Out Expeditions (FOE) in Bluff, Utah. While owning and operating a mountaineering store on the western slope of Colorado, he traveled with a friend to the canyon country in southeast Utah and was captivated by the incredible archaeological treasures of the region. Vaughn made use of his studies in anthropology and his passion for hiking in the backcountry to create a guide business that specializes in sharing his knowledge of the cultural and natural histories of the area while providing a fun and fascinating backcountry experience for his guests. Named as one of the Best Guides in the World by National Geographic Adventure Magazine in 2009, he is widely renowned and has been written about in books and magazines published around the world. Vaughn and his wife have lived in Bluff for 13 years. He's spent years in the field seeking out the sometimes subtle, elusive, less visited remains of prehistoric cultures. Vaughn is a recognized authority in magazine articles including National Geographic and books including "In Search of the Old Ones" and the tale of his latest adventure "Sandstone Spine: Seeking the Anasazi on the First Traverse of Comb Ridge", both by David Roberts To quote David Roberts' "In Search of the Old Ones", "Nuances of canyonscape, vestigial Anasazi ruins, all-but-vanished panels of prehistoric rock art, mountain lion tracks, inscriptions scratched by cowboys with bullet lead on sandstone walls a century ago - all these prodigies of the outback Vaughn manages to discover in places where I would have passed them blithely and ignorantly by."


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On our second hiking day, seven of us joined a professional tour of petroglyph art at a site below Cedar Mesa, led by Vaughn Hadenfeldt of Far Out Expeditions.
He was knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the rock art, and the participants saw much more than we usually discover on our own. For details and rates for Vaughn's tours, see his web site, www.faroutexpeditions.com . In the Cottonwood drainage, we found a beautiful two-room ruin and a spectacular granary cemented into a promontory point, but missed a great deal also, as Vaughn pointed out later.


www.lamountaineers.org

We will also offer a commercial rock art tour on both Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th, led by Vaughn Hadenfeldt of Far Out Expeditions (http://www.faroutexpeditions.com).Vaughn spoke to the club in January 2007, and led us on tours last February, demonstrating an extraordinary knowledge of Anasazi rock art.Vaughn is familiar with petroglyphs that date from the Archaic and Basketmaker periods, more than 2000 years old.Hiking on the tour will be at an intermediate level.If we can assemble eight to eleven participants each day, the cost will be $75 plus tax per person.Vaughn will provide transportation, we will provide our own lunches, and we will host Vaughn and Marcia at dinner one of our evenings.


www.azcentral.com

"One thing I really enjoy is people who don't have the best abilities learning on a hike," says Vaughn Hadenfeldt, of Far Out Expeditions in Bluff, Utah.He sees people freaked out when they start walking on slickrock.By the end of the hike, they're comfortable with it. "It's kind of cool to get people who have that kind of trip in the outdoors," he said. Hadenfeldt has spent years learning his territory."I know tons of guides that are basically as clueless at their clients," Hadenfeldt said. John Aldrich travels frequently in the outdoors and seldom hires a guide, unless it's a fishing guide or Hadenfeldt."I think Vaughn has a great ability to sense what people's limits are," Aldrich said, "and if he indicates that he thinks I can do some particular move, I will give it a try, and he's always right."Vaughn Hadenfeldt Far Out Expeditions, Bluff, Utah 1-(435)-672-2294


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