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March 17, 2013 12:00 AM

Wonderland Trail: Author makes case for hiking route counterclockwise

Editor’s note: The 93-mile Wonderland Trail sits high on the bucket lists of most Northwest hikers. This is the second story in a three-month series about preparing for and hiking Mount Rainier’s iconic trail. Nine times Tami Asars has hiked the 93-mile Wonderland Trail around Mount Rainier, making her an expert on what she calls “one of the toughest trails in the state.”

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