"... nudity is not prohibited on Forest Service trails ..."
In conservative Utah? Encouraging.
This sign is posted at the base of the Three Forks trail which leads to Diamond Forks Hot Springs, a location where nudity has been traditionally tolerated . . . and, it seems, recognized by the Forest Service on one of their official trail signs.
The third paragraph reads, "While nudity is not prohibited on Forest Service trails, the Three Forks trail," [the wording by implication affirming that nudity is not prohibited on not just this trail but all trails] "is used by families and Scout troops, so please use discretion." I love that phrase . . . "please use discretion". Isn't that what responsible naturism and nudism is all about anyway?