Zion's Mt. Kinesava Private Property Issues
- What do you think? Should I leave the trail description with directions to it? Is it best to delete the trailhead description and gps coordinates as I did or should I delete the entire thing?
I removed any part that has to do with the private property.
----- Forwarded Message ----
From: PM Design of Southern Utah <pmdesign@...>
Sent: Sat, February 12, 2011 2:22:05 PM
Subject: Mt. Kinesava and West Temple Trail descriptionTo whom it may concern:The trailhead description given in your website for access to Mt Kinesava and the West temple through Serendipity Lane and Mukuntuweap Dr. requires crossing over PRIVATE PROPERTY.The roads described are posted as private roads. They are not posted No Treaspassing as a courtesy to locals and guests. However, once one leaves the road at any point in Kinesava Ranch subdivision one must cross private property to access Zion National Park.Remove the trail description from your website. After 30 days if no action is taken on your part, a meeting of the Kinesava Ranch Homeowner's association will be held to consider further action.SincerelyPaul MaillouxPresident - Kinesava Ranch Homeowner's Association
- Thanks Henk!
Just give Bo a call. He has books that both of us have signed.
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--- In Zion_National_Park_Hiking@yahoogroups.com, henk <henk.auwema@...> wrote:
> Hi Tanya,
> The cover looks very nice. I think it will attract people to the
> content and looking at the topics it must be interesting.
> Having done only some hikes in Zion NP and the the subway outside the
> main park there is a lot to discover.
> Would it be possible to get a signed copy from both you and Bo?
> Hopefully next year I will be in the area again