Great point John. While they are technically required to be on the trails, most of the rangers will only give you a warning. But I feel if you are going to use the land, at least pay a little to keep it open. The permits are about $15 and good for two years. I will post some info on how to get them before or I can set up a time to get them locally before we hit the trails.
I have gone out there a couple of times w/o the permit, but since GSNW is an organized event, and we want to project the image of being responsible recreationalists, I am with Jay and think we should make it a requirement.
On the way in to TSF from Blayne (sp), there is a gas station, the last gas station before browns camp right on the highway. I forget the name, but will try to remember to post it on here after I get back from there in May. they sell OHV stickers. probably one of the easiest spots to get them.
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