Sedona author D.D. Kaczmarek Coffee saw her first book go into worldwide distribution, but it wasn't cause for celebration.Instead, she contacted the FBI.
- Written by Jeff Bear
- Published: February 1st, 2013
The recent revelation the U.S. Forest Service is considering restricting mountain bikes to forest system roads and trails in the Red Rock Ranger District because of unauthorized trail-building has produced many intriguing questions.
Where are these trails and how do people know about them? Why are mountain bikers being singled out? And, what does this mean for the future of the trail system?
Unauthorized trails are generally found by users in many of the same ways forest system trails are discovered — on the Internet, through word of mouth and simply by users wandering onto them. Several websites, many with the legitimate intention of providing information to outdoor enthusiasts, have posted maps and information for Sedona area trails that are not official forest system trails.
For the full story, see the Friday, Feb. 1, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.
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