The second part of a two part series on the saturation of our trails by novice hikers. We discussed in our last episode what new hikers are experiencing and how this increased saturation is causing a deeper ripple effect. Are their solutions that can be done to support the increase interest and education? And what would that look like? Should Leave No Trace play a bigger role? How is Search and Rescue handling 2021?
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What we talk about:
We saw a Grizzly Bear
Yellowstone National Park is really cool
The “ripple effect” has consequences
Where is Andrew Skurka?
Leave No Trace get out of your Subaru
Scott will accept the Administrations job offer
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