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Trail Facts: Wonderland Trail Information spreadsheet (UPDATED)
Tuesday, May 20 @ 12:11:54 PDT by drew (6723 reads)
Information to help plan a hikeHere is a spreadsheet that I have been putting together, It will be updated from time to time as more info is collected. EnjoyRight Click and select save asWonderland Trail Spreadsheet

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Random Photos
From the top of Beacon Rock you can see Hamilton Mountain and the basalt cliffs along the south side of the mountain. Looking at Hamilton Mountain you can see how steep slopes end in sheer cliffs in the Gorge.
From the top of Beacon Rock you can see Hamilton Mountain and the basalt cliffs along the south side of the mountain. Looking at Hamilton Mountain you can see how steep slopes end in sheer cliffs in the Gorge.
From: Beacon Rock, WA

Diamond Creek 155
Diamond Creek 155
From: WTA BCRT Diamond Creek

Dugout canoe replicas at Cottonwood Beach along the Steigerwald Lake Trail in Washougal, WA. Lewis and Clark camped here for 6 days in the winter of 1806.
Dugout canoe replicas at Cottonwood Beach along the Steigerwald Lake Trail in Washougal, WA. Lewis and Clark camped here for 6 days in the winter of 1806.
From: Steigerwald, Lake, WA

Alder trees along Dog Creek on King's Mountain Trail in the Tillamook State Forest, Oregon.
Alder trees along Dog Creek on King's Mountain Trail in the Tillamook State Forest, Oregon.
From: King's Mountain, OR

Looking down from Mt. Fremont down to Grand Park. The Northern Loop trail can be seen on the left.
Looking down from Mt. Fremont down to Grand Park. The Northern Loop trail can be seen on the left.
From: Mt. Fremont, WA


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