In his April 10 article, “Mount Spokane expansion in a new phase of debate,” Bill Jennings omits an important argument.
I am a regular recreationist on Mount Spokane. I hike, mountain bike, horseback ride, snowshoe, cross-country ski and bird watch. I do none of these activities in the downhill ski area. Why should one form of recreation diminish the opportunities and enjoyment of so many other recreationists on our public lands?