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LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
User: jmitchell - 10/29/2005

Location: Lone Star Hiking Trail - Wilderness Section

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 12.50 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: Little Creek Loop/Pole Creek/LS Hiking/Sandy Bottom Never saw another sole, trails very badly maintained. The GPS showed almost 1 mile of movement trying to find where the trail went. Bridges sometimes were unsafe. Do not wear shorts. Lots of Posion ivy and briars. Lots of dead trees and downed trees? Lots of creek crossings makes it not so dull of a hike. Despite all complaints I did enjoy the hike.

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LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest
LLC - Sam Houston Nat Forest

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