Idiots graffiti Tzouhalem trail

Last week after completing the Danilizer hike then over to the cross, I saw spray can graffiti on a huge boulder

Hiking Mount Tzouhalem is a sheer pleasure, covering its vast trail network and seeing outstanding views in a replenishing second growth forest. Users can be proud of leaving the trails and forest very pristine with almost no litter.

Last week after completing the Danilizer hike then over to the cross, I saw spray can graffiti on a huge boulder, illiterate lettering perhaps trying to spell PSYCHO without the H, then more at the base of the historic and newly replaced cross.

I can’t begin to figure this out, such mindless behaviour, and I implore those who did this to get up there and clean it off. Props to the trail builders and those who maintain them for hikers and bikers, and the finger to this idiot.

Also too bad about the latest logging on this recreational jewel of an area, but that’s another story.

 

Donna Wakefield

Maple Bay

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