Why is that so interesting???
well for one its interesting because a reason given that dogs shouldn't be in the park is "in consideration of wildlife"; what could be less considerate of something than shooting at it?
Hunters and horse (I guess in those days it was the same thing) are one of the first users of that park.
I'm gonna put the horse people fourth:
2. Chilcotin First Nation people (if you head in to the Chilcotin from the Williams Lake side, you are likely to meet them)
4. People using horses for all sorts of purposes
We should thank them for the trails.
haha chatted with some horse packers when i there in the spring - they were saying that everyone should be thanking the mtb'ers for the trails! its all love
The "South Chilcotin Mountains Park" is a somewhat smaller than the old "Spruce Lake Protected Area" signs would indicate.
yeah, i had a closer look at the new maps and boundaries last night. i think the loops we're planning all at least cut through the park. still tempted to bring the hound
"Nobody really gives a shit that you don't like the thing that you have no firsthand experience with." Dave