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 Post subject: Lower Klickitat
 Post Posted: March 15th, 2017, 3:16 pm 
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Location: The Dalles, OR
Wanted to get some snowless miles in even if flat so I headed for the Klickitat Trail out of Lyle. I went to the 7 mile marker where there was a nice spot next to the river, which from what I heard is near flood stage. Some tributaries were running across the trail/road, but otherwise it was fine. This was Sunday and it started mostly cloudy but was a wonderful sunny and mid 60s for most of the hike out.

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