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OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 40-41)

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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 between milepost 40 and 41 in the Sprague River Valley with a view of the meandering river.  Not a popular section of the trail, this area is somewhat difficult to bike through due to larger rocks in the pathway.

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A: OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 39.5)

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The OC&E woods line state trail (Oregon, California & Eastern Railroad) is a 100 mile convert...

OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 39.5)

B: Forest Road 22

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Forest Road 22

C: OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 32)

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The OC&E woods line state trail (Oregon, California & Eastern Railroad) is a 100 mile convert...

OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 32)

D: Forest road near Bad Lands

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Forest road near Bad Lands

E: Bad Lands overlook [2]

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Bad Lands overlook [2]

F: Bad Lands overlook [1]

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Bad Lands overlook [1]

G: Road amidst the open forest

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Road amidst the open forest

H: Dry Lakes Basin (spring perspective)

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Dry Lakes Basin consists of two seasonal lakes on top of Modoc Rim north of Klamath Falls, Oregon dur...

Dry Lakes Basin (spring perspective)

I: Dry Lakes Basin (winter perspective)

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Dry Lakes Basin consists of two seasonal lakes on top of Modoc Rim north of Klamath Falls, Oregon.  T...

Dry Lakes Basin (winter perspective)

J: Modoc Rim overlook (spring perspective)

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View of Upper Klamath Lake from Modoc Rim near Modoc Point, Oregon during the spring months.  The lar...

Modoc Rim overlook (spring perspective)

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