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by Robert Eversole
December 18, 2018
Riding Arizona’s Superstition Wilderness with the Back Country Horsemen
Arizona is a fabulous place in general and the horse friendly trails on the Superstition wilderness are especially wonderful. I rode here with the Back Country Horsemen not too long ago. It was a great time. They took me to ancient Indian ruins, showed me how the desert blooms in winter and summer, took me over some incredible country on solid mounts, told a few tall tales, and explained how they help keep these trails open to horse use.
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SalmonberryTrail.org Mar 2, 2020 Updated Mar 10, 2020
The Washington County Visitors Association (WCVA) and Tillamook County recently announced they have granted additional financial support needed to complete the remaining master planning for segments of the Salmonberry Trail, described as Oregon’s most ambitious rail-to-trail project.
The WCVA and Tillamook County each awarded $175,000, the combined total of which - $350,000 - will help finance the master planning of the 18.6-mile canyon segment and the 15.3-mile river segment of the Salmonberry Trail, which are the remaining two of the four total segments of the 86-mile trail. Master planning on the coastal section was completed in 2017, and the valley section (from Banks to the top of the Coast Range) in 2018...
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