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Trail Ratings

EASY: Paths generally have elevation changes or no more than 25m. Hikers will experience good trail conditions. Paths include bridges, stepping stones, boardwalks, steps and retaining walls.

MODERATE: Path elevation changes up to 75m may occur. Paths include bridges, stepping stones, or boardwalks. Boardwalks may not cover all wet areas.

DIFFICULT: Paths elevation changes up to 150m may occur. Hikers may experience rugged wilderness trail conditions



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