James T Slavin Conservation Area

Marshall, Washington

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From the trailhead, walk into the open meadow about 20 yards and go left at the first junction on a single-track trail that heads southwest toward aspens. At 0.5 mile, by a contorted pine, the trail meets an old farm access road (Diamond Lane). Turn left, hike the road about 60 yards and turn right on a single-track trail just before reaching a fence.

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"From the trailhead, walk into the open meadow about 20 yards and go left at the first junction on a single-track trail that heads southwest toward aspens. At 0.5 mile, by a contorted pine, the trail meets an old farm access road (Diamond Lane). Turn left, hike the road about 60 yards and turn right on a single-track trail just before reaching a fence."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Marshall
Distance: 5.5
Skill Level: Easy
Season: February-December
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: James T. Slavin Conservation Area

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