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    07-17-2009, 12:41 PM
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Elbe Hills

Spent last weekend at Elbe Hills State Forest - Nicholson Horse Trail System - riding out of the Sahara Creek Camp

Very nice riding here. Elbe Hills is just easy of Mount Rainier and some of the views are just incredible! Trails in the lower elevations are through mature forest and have a lot of undergrowth. Once you get up a bit higher the understory lightens up (especially where there's been recent logging!) and the views go on and on.

As always more pics, trail maps, driving directions, and video here

Cheers

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