Mount Jefferson Wilderness, Oregon.
The Mount Jefferson Wilderness straddles Oregon's central Cascades and includes 7,841' Three Fingered Jack.
This popular day hike is suffering the results of heavy use and poor trail maintenance—trail erosion has created incised trails causing users to hike on the edges of the incised trail. The result is a ditch with a trail on each side.
The USFS is collecting fees under the Northwest Forest Pass from users at this trailhead. They should be able to expect the agency to use those funds to better care for the resource.