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2009-06-20  

Spruce Nature Trail, WA
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Spruce Nature Trail, WA  
Hiking1.20 Miles      30 Mns    2.40 mph
    
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Short loop in the Hoh Rain Forest at Olympic National Park. While the parking lot was pretty full, we didn't see or hear anyone on this short loop. Rain forest loop with a short leg along the nice blue-green Hoh river.
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