Uh, I don't think so. There are many many more trails up there than just BD and Wasabi that are "hidden" and have been up there for years. For the most part, they still exist. Heck, 90% of blue dot is rocks that you ride down, or ride off. What is the FS going to do? Take boulders out and remove rock slabs hundreds of feet long? Even if they did manage to take out some of the trail, someone would easily reroute it back to those same rock slabs and drops from other directions....rockman said:You'd think it would be a no brainer. Snowbowl runs the scenic skyride in the summer anyway. There's already the impact of the ski runs so whats the impact of a few trails? For some reason, the Snowbowl management is against it and I'm not so sure its out of respect to the native americans. You'd think it would appeal to the forest service as well as more and more illegal trails are built by the downhilling communtity. Don't get me wrong, the freeride community should definitely have a place to careen down the mountain. Unfortunately, the "north shore" type of trails are hardly multi-use and will most likely never be condoned by the managers of the Coconino Nat. Forest. I'd be willing to bet that Blue Dot and Wasabi will be eradicated once the FS gets wind of them. So why not Snowbowl?