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4 Responses

  1. Dana says:

    Looks like crap! There is nothing natural about it. Complete eye sore! So the destruction of the forests begins.

  2. Jim says:

    Our Park is for everyone, not restricted to hikers.
    I see no degradation in a wild forest with the construction of a bicycle trail.

  3. Dick Carlson says:

    I’ve ridden in here “back in the day” – this pic looks atrocious! A little crushed stone in a wet area – OK – not this – might as well be paved – looks ridiculous. There’s plenty of trails that are wet and we only ride them in a dry year.

  4. roger dziengeleski says:

    All trails, regardless of intended use, should be engineered and constructed to withstand that intended use. Best Management Practices and engineering minimize erosion and other environmental damages from becoming excessive. Eroded herd paths and expanded trails in muddy spots are the real eye sores and they have been tolerated for way too long.

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