“Pack-in, Pack-out” laws are created for national parks, so the US Forest Service is the one who enforces it. Each park has a team of Forest Service personnell who take care of trails, animals, and general well-being of the area. If you are busted for breaking the pack-in, pack-out rules, you’ll more than likely speak to the ranger for that region, seeing as they have the most power within their area.
Rangers from the U.S. National Park Service, in most cases. The NPS boasts several successfully enforced “pack in, pack out” policies. One is on Mt. McKinley, the tallest mountain in the country, where a “pack in-pack out” policy began in the late 1970’s. It has been successful ever since, with climbers removing all their garbage from the Alaska Range.
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