This undated photo shows volunteers stripping a downed log of its bark to prepare it for use in a trail structure in the North Cascades in Washington.
This undated photo shows volunteers stripping a downed log of its bark to prepare it for use in a trail structure in the North Cascades in Washington. Arlo Smith Washington Trails Association
This undated photo shows volunteers stripping a downed log of its bark to prepare it for use in a trail structure in the North Cascades in Washington. Arlo Smith Washington Trails Association

Hiking can be just as fun in rain, but be kind to trails

November 06, 2015 03:10 AM

UPDATED November 04, 2015 01:51 PM

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