End of the road for Salt Creek trial

End of the road for Salt Creek trial

There are 1 comment on the The Westerner story from Oct 22, 2009, titled End of the road for Salt Creek trial. In it, The Westerner reports that:

Wednesday, October 21, 2009 End of the road for Salt Creek trial Attorneys for San Juan County and the state of Utah said Friday that they have proven the Salt Creek road in Canyonlands National Park was used continuously by the public from 1949 to 1998 and, therefore, should be open to Jeeps, all-terrain vehicles and other motorized travel.

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michelle

Holly Springs, NC

#1 Oct 24, 2009
Many things including uranium mining where part of the landscape from the 1940's to 2000 it does not mean it is good or right. As it is now 4x4 have a part of the trail and backpackers have the other part. Let us all share... how about the return of wildlife to salt creek??

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