Ghost Riders Spread Leave No Trace Message in Wilderness

8/30/2018
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Horse poop at the trailhead is the No. 1 complaint by backpackers heading into the wilderness. The Ghost Riders help other riders understand how to mitigate conflicts on the trails.

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