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Necklace Valley Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The Necklace Valley Trail is named for the loop of lakes it travels, which look like a jeweled necklace. It’s a very steep trail; the railroad right-ofway portion of the trail extends for 1.5 miles. This portion was logged in the 1920s. Continue for 3.5 miles on a flat trail through old-growth forest, and then climb steeply for the last 2.5 miles."
--Natalie Bartley, Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest (Falcon Guides).
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