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Tintic Mining District Loop Review
 
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Exploring The Dangerous Rabbit's Paw Mine
 
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Another one of many old mines in the mining district of Sandon. I almost get trapped in this one lucky to make it out alive!
Tintic Mining District Loop Video 4 (Abandoned Railroad Tunnel)
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 1
 
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Eureka / Tintic Mountain secret trail
 
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This trail is actually difficult to find. I went in search of it today. Clearly, the trail is overgrown, but what an awesome and slightly technical section not too far from home.
Views: 196 James King
Tintic Mining District Loop Video 7
 
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Western Utah Trails
 
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September riding on historic trails in western Utah: Pony Express Trail, Transcontinental Rail Grade, Tintic Mining District, Hastings Cutoff.
Views: 88 Alex KM
Tintic Mining District Elberta Slant Train Tunnel
 
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This video is about Tintic Mining District Elberta Slant Train Tunnel here is a humble edit of the three vids
Views: 94 John Bud Liley
Tintic Mining Interviews Trailer 1
 
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Updating our project
Views: 209 tjorgensen2007
#Ride360 Bouns Episode #1: Eureka Utah
 
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I worked in Eureka and some great nights buzzing through town on my motorcycle. This town is always going to be one of my favorites in Utah, Enjoy the ride... - Check it out on our Ride Map https://drive.google.com/open?id=15kp... About Eureka Utah: Eureka was originally known as Ruby Hollow before it developed into a bustling mining town. Incorporated as a city in 1892, Eureka became the financial center for the Tintic Mining District, a wealthy gold and silver mining area in Utah and Juab counties. The district was organized in 1869 and by 1899 became one of the top mineral producing areas in Utah. The Eureka Micropolitan Statistical Area housed the "Big Four" mines—Bullion Beck and Champion, Centennial Eureka, Eureka Hill, and Gemini-and later the Chief Consolidated Mining Company. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eureka,_Utah
Views: 106 RIDE360
Historic Tintic Mining District
 
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A short Ken Burns Photography Montage with voice over.
Views: 83 Danno UnitStills
Tintic Mining District Loop Video 2
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 10
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 13
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 11
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 9
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 12
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 3
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 5
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 6
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 14
 
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Tintic Mining District Loop Video 15
 
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Part 2 Abandoned Tintic reduction mine
 
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Genola Utah part 2 of 3
Views: 26 Carole Fraze
Ghost Towns and Mine Shafts Part 2: Tintic Mining District
 
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This part 2 (part 1 here: https://youtu.be/M3Oct4lIa9A) shows us exploring the several other abondoned buildings that can be found in the Tintic Mining District near Eureka and Mammoth Utah! Check us out on instagram and facebook @UtahAdventureLife or at http://www.UtahAdventureLife.com All of the music in this and all of my videos is copyright free Music credits for this video Moon by LEMMiNO https://soundcloud.com/lemmino Spring Autumn Sunset by Artificial.Music https://soundcloud.com/artificial-music Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/KXhQ-Y6gguI SONG : THE GUNFIGHT ARTIST : EVERET ALMOND https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/... • Sleepdebt- icu https://soundcloud.com/sleepdebt https://facebook.com/sleepdebtmusic (Yung Gravy gave me specific permission to use his music in my videos-Thank you Mr. Gravy!) Yung Gravy - Ms. Gravystone (ft. Mia Gladstone) https://theartistunion.com/ygravy Thanksgiving's Eve out now: https://soundcloud.com/ygravy/sets/th... Catch it on Spotify real soon: https://open.spotify.com/album/5BCFxJ... Feat. B: https://soundcloud.com/miagladstone
Views: 676 Tanner Travels
Elberta Slant Road - Elberta, UT
 
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For the full trail guide please visit: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/2095-elberta-slant-road The Tintic Mining District is rich with history dating back to the 1860's. It wasn't until June 24th, 1882 when the Union Pacific completed its line to the Tintic District. Mining crescendoed into the 80's and 90's but hit an economic crash in the 1920's. Slowly, the small mining towns started disappearing. Until this day, only two towns remain; Eureka and Mammoth. The railway was abandoned and left to weather. Now, the railway is almost forgotten and vanished with the exception of a few feet of tracks near the trailhead, some supporting structures, and one awesome tunnel. The tunnel is one of three, but the others were closed due to structural and safety reasons. It still stand tall and the trail heads straight into it. About midway through the trail, you enter a valley where, at one point in time, held one of the greatest architectural feats in the country in regards to the railway system: A double circle (as seen at waypoint 9). This allowed the trains to climb high in elevation to get over the crest without much straight forward travel. As of now, you are only able to see blocks of concrete where the trestles used to stand. Although this road may be less than exciting in regards to obstacles, its history is more than enough to keep you wanting to explore more. Get the trail details and download a GPS route today at: http://TrailsOffroad.com
Views: 1095 trailsoffroad.com
Chiulos Canyon 4WD Road - TIntic Mountains near Salt Lake City, Utah
 
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For the full 4wd trail guide please visit: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/3203 Chiulos Canyon 4wd Road is a nice drive through the Tintic Mountains. This steady trail features some history of the mining industry that used to be present back in the late 1800's and into the 1920's. The Farragut mine shaft is right along this route, which has a large grate covering it, however, you are still able to walk out over the entrance. This looks to be one of the deeper mine shafts to walk over in the area. This trail also allows access to Eureka via Jenny Lind Canyon so you can get some food or fuel if needed. If you are looking to do a little easy exploring in the Tintic Mountains, be sure to run Chiulos Canyon Road and save some time for a little hiking! Get the offroad trail details and download a GPS route today at: http://TrailsOffroad.com
Views: 151 trailsoffroad.com
Harrisburg and the Eureka Mine
 
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The ghost camp of Harrisburg, once a rich mining area back in the early 1900s. Discovered by Pete Aguereberry and Shorty Harris. The Eureka Mine belonged to Pete, it was mostly a one-man operation. Beautiful scenery, easy road to get there.
Views: 152 Cali49
Holmansville Pass Road
 
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In the 1870's, the little town of Homansville was just starting up. The Tintic Mining District started booming with all of the silver and other minerals being mined. Throughout the 1870's, 80's, and 90's the mines in this area produced enough profit to be considered the second largest mining district in the state of Utah and in the top 25 in the nation. Prior to the 1900's the town was abandoned. Today, you can still see remains of very few building. The trail pulls you from Highway 6 just north of Eureka and allows you to take a mild drive through the Tintic Mountains up to Allen's Ranch. Mines are rich in the area and you can often see tailings along the hillside. With all of the spurs offered in the area, it's hard to spend just a short day up here. Get the trail details and download a GPS route today at: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/2096-holmansville-pass-road/edit http://TrailsOffroad.com
Views: 74 trailsoffroad.com
The Standard Mine
 
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I'm afraid the Forest Service beat me to this one by just a few weeks, but there are still some interesting things left... The Standard Mine was initially developed around 1916 by Henry Skinner. At that time a large concrete dam 100 feet wide and 20 feet high was built along with thousands of feet of water ditches and flumes in order to carry out hydraulic mining with two to three monitors.
Views: 924 TVR Exploring
Tintic mining railroad tunnel.
 
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Railroad tunnel near Elberta and Eureka Utah.
Views: 607 Seth Drew
East Tintic Mountain Exploratory Canyon Route - Eureka, Utah
 
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About 1 1/2 hours from Salt Lake City, this four-wheel drive route is in the Prospector OHV Network and brings you along the East Tintic Mountains. This route gives you off-road access into the historic canyons in which the prospectors mined silver and gold in this area referred to as the "Tintic Mining District". The Tintic Mining District is among the oldest mining camps in Utah. Ore was first discovered in December 1869 about a mile east of Silver City, and the district was organized the following spring. The district is named in honor of the Ute Indian Chief Tintic who lived his whole life in the area with his tribe. Shortly after the district was organized, an influx of settlers, prospectors, and miners started to move in. By 1899, the Tintic District was the leading mining center of the state of Utah Get the trail details and download a GPS route today at: http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/1788-east-tintic-mountain-exploratory-canyon-route http://TrailsOffroad.com
Views: 248 trailsoffroad.com
Noble mines( Eureka) number 1 and 2
 
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The original Noble mines prospect with open cut and tunnels...Eureka number(1) 140 feet long and (2) 350 feet long. Pine Valley,ca
MerOphir Trail (between Mercur Mine and Ophir, Utah)
 
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Heading up on an unusually warm October day (16th) About 1:50 into it, I hit a big rut, smack my head on a tree, but don't lose or tip-over the machine.
Views: 2334 James King
The Mine Where Two Teens were Possibly Found
 
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Police believe they found the bodies of Breezy Ottenson and Riley Powell who have been missing for several months. The bodies were discovered in the Tintic Standard Mine Number Two at the edge of southern Utah County. Brianna Bodily recently went down there and gives some details of the scenery and of the mine.
Views: 949 KSL News
D&RGW Tintic Branch - Tracks are being scrapped!
 
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It is always a sad event to witness the scrapping of a rail line, especially when it is one as diverse and interesting as the Denver & Rio Grande Western's Tintic Branch. The branch was built in 1891 to connect the railroad's mainline in Springville, Utah, to the Tintic Mining District around Eureka, Utah. The branch was pulled up in summer 2016. Music by Jukedeck.com - create your own at http://jukedeck.com
Views: 4523 ERA Films
Mill Canyon - Vernon, Utah
 
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For the full trail guide please visit: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/1776-mill-canyon Mill Canyon is one of the most rewarding trails in the Tintic Mountains. Although this offroad trail doesn't contain many obstacles, the view from the top is well worth the short trip up. In the spring time, camping up at Dry Lake is as peaceful as it gets. The history in this area dates back to the 19th century with the Tintic Mountains being 20th of the 25 richest gold districts in the United States and the second most profitable mining district in the state. Today, the area is mostly abandoned with the town of Eureka remaining with around 500 residents. Remains of old mining towns are scattered throughout the hills with some mine shafts still being visible. If ghost towns are your thing, this is the area to be exploring. Get the trail details and download a GPS route today at: http://TrailsOffroad.com
Views: 324 trailsoffroad.com
Harold Mill / Goshen Warm Springs (Closed to Public Access)
 
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Update: As of 07/29/2017 The Harold Mill has been closed and is no longer open to public access. New no trespassing signs have been posted and according to this article this area has been posted for 15 years. Please obey this new ordinance as violators will be prosecuted. When this video was published this area had no signs and many visitors were in the area sightseeing, fishing, and utilizing the trail for walking, and running. As of now this video will remain online because the Tintic Mill is an historical part of Utah’s history. This old concrete structure goes by many names; Harold Mill, Tintic Standard Reduction Mill, or Tintic Mill. The mill was built around 1920 and for a short time played a role in Utah's mining history. The mill processed ore from the Tintic Mining District, which included mines in Eureka, Utah. The metals processed at the mill included copper, gold, silver, and lead. The highest amount of ore processed in one year at the Harold Mill was 200 tons. HD Camera Used: http://tinyurl.com/hk2yj2m Unfortunately the mill didn’t last long as the process they used to refine the ore was outdated and after a short 5 years the mill was closed. In 1978 the Harold Mill was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visiting the Harold Mill Today Currently the Harold Mill is open to the public, and like we mentioned in the first part of this article, if you don’t mind graffiti it is a neat place to visit and explore. The huge concrete structure includes foundations of water tanks, leaching tanks, drain boxes, and more. The area is not open to motorized vehicles, and from the parking area you will have to take a 5 to 10 minute hike to the mill. Safety at the Harold Mill If you choose to visit the mill, please keep in mind this is a very old deteriorating structure. There are pieces of rebar dangling from and sticking out of the structure. Also, parts of the mill have collapsed so navigation in some parts may be difficult. The mill is also perched on a steep hillside that is covered in loose rock and gravel. A good pair of shoes is highly recommended. Goshen / Genola Warm Springs: If exploring an old deteriorating concrete structure is not your thing the warm springs are beautiful and also hold a population of Bass for those who enjoy to fish. From the springs you will get a good view of the structure from a safe distance. Swimming or soaking in the springs is not recommended as some claim the water still contains pollution from the mill operations. For more information, visit: http://www.utahoutdooractivities.com/harold-mill-goshen-warm-springs.html Thank you for watching. Troy Webb http://www.utahoutdooractivities.com – Utah Outdoor Activities https://www.facebook.com/utahoutdooractivities - Like us on Facebook https://www.instagram.com/utahoutdooractivities/ - Click here for Instagram https://plus.google.com/+Utahoutdooractivitiescom – Click here for Google Plus https://utah-outdoor-activities.myshopify.com/ - Gear, Décor, Outdoor Themed Gifts Second Nature by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Jenny Lind Canyon - Eureka, Utah
 
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For the full trail guide please visit: [PATH TO YOUR TRAIL WRITE UP] Jenny Lind Canyon is another quick and easy route in toward the large network of trails within the Prospector OHV Complex; a several hundred mile span of trails along the west desert. This entire mountain range will provide several days worth of exploration. This trail stems from the historic and now dwindling town of Eureka. At its height, this city was once the 9th largest in Utah, where thousands of people flocked during the fortuitous discovery of mineral rich hills, leading to the development of the Tintic Mining District. The Jenny Lind Project involved extensive exploration and development within the canyon by the prominent Bear Creek Mining Company. Remnants of the mining heyday can still be seen scattered across the rolling hills, and for those wanting a personal peek into the area’s history, there is a small museum to visit on Eureka’s Main Street. Get the trail details and download a GPS route today at: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/3000-jenny-lind-canyon
Views: 178 trailsoffroad.com
Secret Canyon near Eureka, Utah
 
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This was the "Black Diamond" rated trail on the 2014 Tintic Elks Lodge Poker Run. It was rated like this because its steep, narrow, off camber (both directions) and just plain awesome. Top trail head starts at approx: N 39 59.233 W 112 7.868
Views: 875 James King
Jacob City 6/25/16
 
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Old mining area in local mountains. Music by The Moody Blues
Views: 245 John Sdhiker
Philippines: when the mountain rumbles (full documentary)
 
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It was not so long ago that on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, certain tribes would confront each other in bloody battle. The victor would carry home the head of his enemy as a trophy to render him homage. These wars were waged far from civilization, high up in the cordillera that conceals hundreds of villages. To put an end to such conflicts and impose the authority of the state, the Philippine Government decided to build a road between Bontoc and Tabuk, the two major cities of the north. A titanic work of construction began more than one hundred years ago and yet, today, the road seems no more than a track. It is called the Road of the Kalingas, the Road of the Head Hunters. Every day, Christopher, the site manager tries to use his diggers to open the road and every night the mountain recovers a section of it. Thousands of cubic metres of earth and rock that carry everything in their passage. The next day, if the machines have not been buried by the landslides, everything must be started again. The Kalingas is actually an important economic axis. Bus drivers take every sort of risk to get their passengers to their destination. It takes nearly a day, if all goes well, to cover the 90 kilometres. There is no public service; all the buses are private. Ed is the owner and driver of a bus that is more than twenty years old and which sways dangerously. Were it not for the driver’s skill, the bus could plunge into a ravine at any moment, as too often happens. Fernando clears the road. He removes every rock that blocks their path. But, above all, to avoid being swept away by a landslide, he scans the mountain. At the least rock, the least sign of a slide, Fernando stops the bus. Certain, very isolated villages, are inaccessible. Then you must either walk for long hours or take a motorbike taxi to reach your destination. Watari and his daredevil bikers fear nothing. Without helmets and wearing only sandals they carry their passengers and their goods. This impossible road is also the one taken by thousands to meet Santino. This man is said to have the gift of making the lame walk and curing the seriously sick. According to him, he can even raise the dead thanks to a miracle water. This bus also carries adventurers dreaming of riches. At the very top of the mountains there are gold mines...
Views: 219833 Best Documentary
Pinecone Canyon (Tintic Mountains, Utah)
 
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This is a hidden and rarely used trail that climbs to near the top of the Tintic Mountains. This trail is about a mile South of Mill Canyon. The trail is narrow, off-camber, steep and full of downed trees making riding very difficult.
Views: 478 James King
Exploring the Abandoned Tintic Railroad
 
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February 2018 For more information on the Tintic Railroad visit: http://utahrails.net/articles/tintic.php We explored the abandoned Tintic Railroad. We have always wanted to see the train tunnel, but stumbled upon the double loop area. We did not realize the full extent of it until we got home and started looking up the history of the rail line. We were also testing out three different cameras so the sound, picture quality, and stability differ throughout the video. Photo Credits: Close-up of train on trestle picture: Utahrails.net D&RGW Tintic Branch Collection https://donstrack.smugmug.com/UtahRails/DRGW/DRGW-Tintic-Branch/ Multiple trains with trestle picture: Photographer: Savage, C. R. (Charles Roscoe), 1832-1909 Courtesy, L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602 Music Credits: Fig Leaf Rag - distressed by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100702 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 57 Cabin Dreamin'
Documentary of The Park City Silver Mine Adventure--Utah
 
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Park City, Utah--1998. Don "Yu Yo" Stewart worked as a tour guide in the Ontario Silver Mine. Visitors to the mine were loaded into cages and sent down fifteen hundred, where a mine train took them nearly a mile to various underground areas. This video was produced by the Park City Silver Mine Adventure. Written by Jim Santy and narrated by Don "Yu YO" Stewart.
Views: 693 Donald Stewart
Barlow Canyon Mines - Eureka, Utah
 
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Definitely a worth while spur off of Barlow Canyon, this road leads to one of the best mines in the area. The road up it really nice, although only half a mile long. Once you are at the top of the trail, there is a mine back to the left in the rock. You can see where the old entrance used to be, an open gated entrance, and a grate over another shaft. If you venture the other direction from the road, you will see some tailings from that mine. Get the trail details and download a GPS route today at: http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/1774-barlow-canyon-mines http://TrailsOffroad.com
Views: 518 trailsoffroad.com
empire mines state park in grass valley , ca ''the cottage'' 4/23/2017
 
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empire mines state park in grass valley , ca ''the cottage'' 4/23/2017 it costs 7$ a person ..you dont have to take the tour,you can just walk around on your own if you want to...its very nice and easy to walk around ..it is stroller friendly ....
Views: 491 spahn ranch worker
Saving Eureka Mine #4
 
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The Eureka mine #4 is one of the last two remaining Coal mine fronts in the Cahaba area. This was an attempted to preserve the front title for the Helena Museum because the location is leveled for the new High School in Helena, AL. All funds were donated by citizens to preserve part of Helena's history
Views: 904 Hewy NoSleep
East Tintic Mountains Loop Video 3
 
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Interactive ATV Trails combines the power of three-dimensional maps, GPS, and multimedia technology into one interactive, immersive format. Our free, intuitive maps allow to see exactly where this video was shot. No more guessing where this amazing trail is, just visit www.interactiveatvtrails.com to view more videos of this trail and many more. Visit www.interactiveatvtrails.com for more information.