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OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 3)
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The OC&E woods line state trail (Oregon, California & Eastern Railroad) is a 100 mile converted bike and jogging path that stretches from Klamath Falls to the picturesque Sycan Marsh, Oregon.  This view was taken from near milepost 3 on the paved section of the bike trail near Ward Park.

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