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NW Coast Trail Map & Guide Available at Fort Clatsop Bookstore
Published: 02/23/2014

The Lewis & Clark National Park Association is offering the NW Coast Trail Map & Guide. This map was created by the partnership of Adventure Maps Inc., Clatsop County Health Department, Oregon and Washington State Parks, the National Park Service, Warrenton Trails Association and Lewis & Clark National Park Association. This high quality, weatherproof, topographical trail map includes hiking, cycling, wildlife viewing, kayaking and equestrian trails in the lower Columbia and Coast Range region. Individual map sections can be printed or viewed on mobile devices. The map sells for $11.95 and can be purchased at the Fort Clatsop Bookstore. Lewis & Clark National Historic Park, Fort Clatsop, Astoria (503) 861-2471

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