This is an A level Mazama Hike that occurs in a non-wilderness area. A level hikes are easy or less strenuous hikes with less than 8 miles in distance and less than 1,500 feet of elevation gain.
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At the End of the Springwater Corridor is the Cazedero State Trail that uses a Railway right of way constructed in 1903 and abandoned in the 1940's. It is basically flat and a well kept secret if you don't live in Boring. It is commonly used by Dog Walkers, so let's give it a try. It shouldn't be too crowded on a weekday morning. The out and back distance is 6.1 miles with an elevation gain of 220 feet. We should be done by Noon. Leashed well behaved dogs are welcome, but you don't need a dog to attend.
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