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Washington - Klickitat Trail Conservancy

The Klickitat Trail is a nearly level 31-mile rail corridor extending from Lyle, Washington, to the Goldendale Plateau. It follows 11 miles of the nationally designated Wild & Scenic Klickitat River, and then winds its way up through Swale Canyon. The U.S. Forest Service, in partnership with Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, will manage and operate 13 miles of the 31-mile railbed as a recreation trail in the rail banked section between the communities of Lyle and Klickitat, Washington. The Trail offers spectacular river and canyon views throughout its length. The beautiful carved gorges of the Klickitat and Swale Canyons, with their rolling oak and pine forested hillsides, host spectacular wildflower displays and provide top notch birding opportunities. These are just a few of the unique attributes that make this Trail truly a gem of the Columbia Gorge and Pacific Northwest.

Site URL: http://www.klickitat-trail.org
Date resource added: 12-Jan-2004
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