Stop restricting access to National Parks
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Our National Parks are visited not only by those wishing to simply take photos or vacations, but by those seeking adventure. From the climbers who either found their start at Yosemite's Camp 4 or simply followed the path of those who did, to the trail riders who visit places like Moab, Zion, and many others, our National Parks should be areas to be embraced and protected so future generations can continue the adventures started by previous generations.
President Trump, Vice President Pence, and secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke can facilitate this change by creating legislation that would prevent further decreases in access to our public lands. If successful, our parks will remain accessible with no further restrictions placed on them, allowing future generations to visit and explore. If this is unsuccessful, national parks will continue to see a decrease in size and access, eventually leading to disappearance.
While I have only been to a handful of these areas, the thought of them becoming inaccessible to future generations is a troubling prospect. As a country, we were founded by adventurers, and the generations that followed sought out more adventures, leading us to where we are today. Keeping the parks accessible will allow for further discoveries and adventures.
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