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Puget Sound to Pacific trail would be ‘transcendent geographical landmark’

PS2P trail would be 200-mile multi-use pathway, if completed

Bikes head towards the two tunnels on the Spruce Railroad Trail leg of the Olympic Discovery Trail with Lake Crescent next to the road.
Clallam County and Olympic National Park collaborated to recommission two tunnels on the Spruce Railroad Trail leg of the Olympic Discovery Trail on Lake Crescent. (Photo courtesy of John Gussman)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
The popular Appalachian and Pacific Crest trails inspire pilgrimages into America’s wildlands.
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