It seems like you spend all summer getting the trail in shape and about the time youre done, Mother Nature comes in and rearranges everything again, Lack says. Thats the story behind every easy, taken-for-granted mile of trail in the park. Crews spend their summers scratching detailed plans in the dirt, tugging on white-shirt higher-ups for pennies, and blowing hours and rivers of human sweat to earn back a few miles of trail for an oblivious public that thinks they pick up trash for a living. As they finish, rain drops let them know an engorged ecosystem is about ready to shake the Etch-A-Sketch on their lifes work. Again. But without them, itd be a lot harder to see much of the parks. Trail crew members Nathan Bingham, Jazz Pettit-Orr, and Kate Bradshaw push a hunk of tree off the trail. Photo by: Tegra Stone Nuess The East Fork Quinault River is one of the hardest-hit spots in the park. It leads from river-bottom rainforest to airy, 4,464-foot Anderson Pass over 18.5 miles. In between lies a graveyard of downed trees, scores of blown ravines, and a quarter-mile section of river where trail used to be.
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