Well, I think the numbers are flawed. I think 600 rigs on the trail at any one time is pretty extreme, but it's hard to tell. You can get into the trail from four different trailheads, and people come and go all hours of the day and night. It would take some really detailed monitoring to find out what the real world numbers are.Ted said:Do you think the 600 vechical limit at anytime is a high or low number? Im totaly oposed to charging fees to acess public land. That is why we pay taxes. Plus, the majoriy of collected fees on federal land go to the general fund.
I am also opposed to any sort of fees. I say make the permits similar to the campfire permits, free, but your signature is on them certifying that you have read and understand what is expected of you.
I do not care for any sort of camping restrictions either. Once you start forcing people into established campgrounds, well, you might as well just spend the weekend at the fawking KOA. People head up to the Rubicon to challenge their rigs and enjoy the remote wilderness camping.
Unfortunately, the Rubicon has become too popular.