Damn...we're running out of trails. Is there another trail similar to Bassi that is within a couple of hours of Sacramento?Whitewater said:The camp is less than 1 mile in and it could be driven to in a honda civic.
The biggest problem according to the Forest Service, was trail proliferation (erosion). Now can you see why it is important to stay on the trail?RudeZuk said:I just want to thank all of the piece of shit people whos moms didnt show them were the F'ing trash can was:flipoff: :flipoff: :flipoff:
I have an idea......Next time you want to litter like that......Do it in your living room!!!!!!!!!!!!1
You live this close and REALLY think that? Holy cripes- the whole area around bassi was recently and is still being logged.twn44s said:The land at Bassi falls was owned by SPI they traded the USFS for another spot of land somewhere else in the woods. Bassi was to expensive to log so they traded it away for a better peice of land that was cheaper to log and also scored some points with the USFS and the eco-freaks.It is to bad glad I got to there a few times
Look at any map, and you will stand corrected- it IS public land (usfs) Although you do have to travel over private land to get there.The reason that the trail was closed is that the falls are private property and the absentee owner just found how it was being used and was worried about libilty issues!! I also think the way that it is always trashed had a lot to do with it.
You live this close and REALLY think that? Holy cripes- the whole area around bassi was recently and is still being logged.
Look at any map, and you will stand corrected- it IS public land (usfs) Although you do have to travel over private land to get there.