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Olympic's Spruce Railroad Trail Construction Resumes March 1

The project aims to make 10 miles of trail along Lake Crescent at Olympic National Park universally accessible by 2019.

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One mile of the Spruce Railroad Trail at Olympic National Park will be closed from March 1 to late July for the next phase of an ongoing construction project (the affected area begins at Camp David Jr. Road). The project’s goal is to build 10 miles of accessible trail (open to hikers, wheelchairs, cyclists, and equestrians) along Lake Crescent and is scheduled for completion at the end of 20