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After crossing a flat lodgepole pine-forested lava flow, the trail ascends steadily up the Soda Creek drainage through several vegetation zones. This is a primitive trail with no footbridges over streams, thus requiring hazardous fords at high water during early season snowmelt. The upper elevation portion of this trail does not usually melt free of snow until mid-summer.
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This hike is listed as One-Way.
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