Someone who’d been walking on the South Ridge Trail loop recently sent us these photographs of stumps in the middle of the pathway.
“If UCSF and the Mt Sutro Stewards insist on cutting down trees, at least they could do it properly,” the photographer noted. “They should make the stumps flush with the surface of the trail. These are camouflaged and easy to trip over.”
“They’re just the wrong height, too. Not tall enough to be noticeable like a tree or a tall stump, not flat enough to step on and keep going.”