Well, no problem. I mean, it was still pretty visible.
I soon discovered that, yes, there was a problem. And that was making sure that you stayed on the "correct" trail. Because, this part of the park appears to have (over the course of many years) developed lots of trails going through this area. Now some of this was "marked" for hikers. Conor is standing in a section where someone has helpfully placed some small trees to make sure everyone knows which trail to stay on.