spoon said:Altering a trail is altering a trail whether its mass amounts of rockstacking or prying boulders out of a hillside. Both are wrong and show disrespect for everyone else who is using the trail, be it mall crawler or hardcore wheeler.
JOE THE TOE said:THIS IS TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO GO & DO TRAILS IN THERE RIGS,WHETHER IT BE A JEEP,TOYOTA, SUZUKI,LANDROVER,CHEVY,FORD,DODGE,KIA, I DON'T GIVE A SHIAT.............IF YOU STACK IT.........UNFRIGGEN STACK IT WHEN YOUR DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :maddance3 :maddance3 :maddance3
Yeah and I suppose the run-off from the melting snow every spring has absolutely nothing to do with the way rocks move around in LS.rusty_tlc said:Go to the Pirates site and look at old pictures of Little Sluice. It took a lot of guys with a great love of the skinny peddle to turn it into what it is today.
No argument Mother nature does her part to change trails. But I thought this was about how we impact the trails. If you belive all the erosion in LS is from run off I have a bridge for sale.spoon said:Yeah and I suppose the run-off from the melting snow every spring has absolutely nothing to do with the way rocks move around in LS.
Zebaru said:A year or so ago, I ran through Bronco canyon, and right towards the end I got hung up, and in getting free, I tore a big rock out of the wall. At the time I figured it would be okay to leave it there in the trail, but I now understand the error of my ways.
Now I am faced with the prospect of remedying this unfortunate situation. Replacing the rock in the wall would be the best course of action obviously, but I do not think that this is possible given the nature of the original position (it was very loose). If I am able, the next time I go up there, I will remove the rock from the trail completely, as I feel that having it gone more approximates the ?original? trail than having it there but not up on the wall. In the mean time, I will see if I can find a picture of the rock in question so that those interested in maintaining the sanctity of the trail may take appropriate action if they do not want to wait for me to return and attempt to do it myself.
I do truly regret this, as the rock would likely have fallen in a year or two through the forces of nature to create a wonderful obstacle for all to enjoy. As it is now, it is merely another man-made blight on this wonderful trail.
rusty_tlc said:Who said sarcasem dosen't come across in this media?
So tell us how you feel about the stack - unstack question.