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OC&E Woods Line State Trail (MP 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 near milepost 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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