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Old 08-02-09, 08:49 AM
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many of the National PArks allow dispersed camping away from roads, etc. under a 'backcountry' permit.

you would be hard pressed to show you were hiking with your bike thru the woods, but with a free backcountry permit you might be able to get away with being found. anytime i intend to just camp in a national park i have one of these at hand.

in the 80's a buddy and i were kicked out of a picnic area in Grand Teton Nat'l Park one night, guess we didn't squirrel ourselves away enough (and didn't have a permit)

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