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DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. - Officials with the Pike National Forest are confirming that a dangerous, improvised-spike strip was found on a trail in the Rampart Range area.
"The wire spikes were buried in the trail bed so that wheeled vehicles would be damaged and unsuspecting hikers could be injured," according to officials with the Pike National Forest.
"The booby trap caused 5 flats on 3 bikes and the riders getting out after dark," the posting said. "One rider suffered an ankle injury in a fall due to a flat front tire."
originally posted by: butcherguy
a reply to: HardCorps
This is exactly what the ecoterrorists detest happening to a National Forest.
Some want to ban horse trails.
originally posted by: uninfluenced
ugh why would people do this
Over in Utah a couple years back they found that some unknown person had set up homemade shotgun shell landmines along a hiking trail. thankfully a heavy rain had washed them out of the grown so no one stepped on one. - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...