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If you haven't found us on Facebook, please follow us there for current up to date information regarding the status of the High Lakes.https://www.facebook.com/friendsofthehighlakes

Here is the first post on our 12-Post Series. Enjoy!

People often ask about what they can do to help keep the High Lakes accessible. Having just passed the 500 Facebook followers milestone, here’s a FB special- How to Keep the High Lakes Open: A 12-Post Series. (A quick review of practical things users can do to keep trails open *in no particular order*).

Part 1: Rock Gardens
Rock gardens are a Forest Service identified area of concern, and fuel for closures. Obviously, rocks make for good wheeling. But are there rocks that are okay to wheel on and those that are off-limits? Absolutely. Rocks on designated trails are fair game. Rocks in natural rock gardens that are outside of the designated routes on the High Lakes map are NOT. Rock gardens are a more fragile part of the High Lakes than many people realize. A prime example of rocks NOT to wheel on are those in the rock garden just off of the well-known Stair Case. Wheeling in these areas causes irreversible damage. Do your part- wheel the trail, leave the natural rock gardens undisturbed, and help educate your buddies while you’re at it.

 

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COME UP AND HELP OUT FOR AN AWESOME CAUSE! KILLER RAFFLE PRIZES THIS YEAR! HELP US KEEP THE HIGH LAKES OPEN!

 
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