dskoon wrote:Sounds like you need to make another trip up there and remove said yellow ribbons. . . and maybe scatter leaves, etc. on the "trail."
Yeah I'm thinking about doing just that.
They left some small cairns along the way, so I'll kick them apart, too.
The trail is visible visible only sometimes. On the open slopes, mountain sheep provide the best paths. Today it's raining, that might mitigate some of the churned boot-prints. But winter snow is coming soon, so I'll let nature take her course.
But to head up there again, yeah, I think I'd like to. The geology is open to view, and to walk on. I think it's interesting enough to have another look at the angles and thickness of the limestone layers. And check out the last of the buffalo-berries, and also collect a pocket-full of rose-hips.