I read that yesterday and this is another fine example of regulating a problem that doesn't exist.

What irks me is that these "Public Comment" periods have a very short window and a restrictive submission process and even if you do take the time to thoughtfully respond no one actually reads your input and none of it ever makes a difference. They've already made their plan and they will implement it unless there is a legal action taken to prevent it. And even those do little but maybe slow the process.

That said, I have to agree that fining a hiker for taking photos is something that will probably not hold up in court, but it will be a long and expensive fight none the less for whomever tries to take it on.

"You want to go where?"