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Keep Off Muddy Trails, National Forest Pleads

Recent monsoon rains in the Prescott National Forest have made trails vulnerable to damage from all users.

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Mud on the trail does more than dirty your boots. Hoping to prevent serious trail damage from hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, and drivers in the wake of recent monsoon rains, the Prescott National Forest issued a request this week for people to steer clear until the trails dry up.