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Date Posted: 00:02:04 10/21/04 Thu
Author: Nate
Subject: Trailless Peak Paths
In reply to: E. Schlimmer 's message, "Here is the Scoop, Nate." on 11:33:03 10/20/04 Wed

Thank you for the information. Considering what is happening in the Adirondacks and the increasing popularity of the NE Hundred Highest, do you foresee a time when all (or at least most) of the currently trailless peaks on the Hundred Highest list will have similar unofficial paths to their summits? In fact, it seems this is already happening to an extent, since there are already paths on Big Jay and Nancy, and that illegal trail on the Unnamed Peak above the Nubble. Further, this kind of begs the question of when is it okay for a peak to have a trail and when is it not? Why is it okay for paths to appear on the trailless summits in the Adirondacks, but not when someone puts in a trail on the Peak above the Nubble? (also, if that particular path is considered "illegal" can you say definitely if I can or can't use it when hiking that peak for the Hundred Highest?) Thank you for any insights you can provide in these matters.

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