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Latest revision as of 18:12, 4 March 2019

Bolt Camp Shelter, Lewis River Trail (bobcat)

Description

The Bolt Camp Shelter was constructed in 1931 using cedar shake bolts. The shelter was restored in 1991, but was subsequently damaged by winter storms. The current reconstruction by volunteers was completed in 2013. A toilet trowel, kindling, and a dining table are provided for your convenience.

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