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Nice Hike (LLCL Trail)

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User: wesley - 3/25/2006

Location: Lone Star Hiking Trail - Wilderness Section

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Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 13.21 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: I went on this hike with five other people; it was nice but the trail needs a little maintenance done, lots of downed trees across the path and some bamboo growing in the middle of the trail. The last mile or two of the Pole Creek Trail was nothing but ash on both sides of the trail due to underbrush burning that had gone on very recently… in some areas downed trees where still on fire. Other than that it was a good hike and we only saw 5 – 6 other people on the trail.

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