The trail is getting hammered, 'cause this is really just a heavily used bush-wack. This is not actually an official for service trail, so now that so many people using it (I counted 100+ people one day) the EROSION IS HORRIBLE! You see so many people in over their heads, trying to climb up steep loose rocks in their flip flops, totally dehydrated and dragging a beer cooler.

It sure would be great if we could get together as a community and persuade the Forest Service or whoever is in charge of this public land to put in a few weeks with a trail crew in RE-route the whole thing so that it follows that natural topography like all good trails do.