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Toothpick Trail - Siskiyou Mountain Park
USA

The Toothpick Trail is one of many trails in the Siskiyou Mountain Park outside Ashland, Oregon.  This is a popular area for hiking, jogging, and mountain biking.  This particular trail connects Lamb Saddle w/ Tolman Creek Road.

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