You know what would end all of these threads?
How about the lscr lay it all out for Cam, Morgan and the rest of the crew,so they could write an article and post a sticky thread explaining the whole plan and process with regards to the trails falling under their jurisdiction. Explain the whole management process..all. Of it for the community to see. I hate what they are doing, but that doesn't matter anymore. People need a reference to go to so they can understand the process. What better place than here…what better time than now.
Why not sign up for the LSCR newsletter and educate yourself ? As someone who uses the area I signed up so I can stay informed of trail closures etc. Pretty simple solution.
from the last newsletter..
Mountain Bike Structure Decommissioning
Safety inspections of existing mountain bike structures on LSCR land are being conducted. Some mountain bike structures on popular LSCR trails (Neds, Dales, etc.) have reached their lifespan and may now present a safety hazard to users due to structural or surfacing deficiencies. Those structures deemed to be unsafe and beyond repair are being removed.
Decommission of Wills Way
Due to poor alignment, extensive erosion and area trail-braiding, the upper section of Wills Way Trail will be decommissioned. We are actively working in collaboration with the North Shore Mountain Bike Association (NSMBA) to create a sustainable trail network for all users.
Metro Vancouver Supporting the NSMBA Trail Adoption Program (TAP)
Metro Vancouver is supporting the North Shore Mountain Bike Association (NSMBA) in their commitment to trail maintenance and restoration. Please expect some work to be underway on the following trails this season within the LSCR: Neds, Bottle Top, Circuit-8 and Corkscrew. Please note that this work will include the removal of structures in unsatisfactory condition. Your patience is appreciated while this work is being carried out. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the NSMBA or LSCR staff at LSCR@metrovancouver.org or 604.432.6200.
Trail Adoption Plan (TAP)
"only the good riders wipe out on the easy stuff" - Heathen