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April 14, 2013 12:00 AM

Wonderland Trail: A land of never-ending ups and downs

The Wonderland Trail is relentless. It's Washington's toughest walk. With more than 22,000 feet of climbing and just as much descending, the ups and downs are part of its legend. They've kept many from finishing and many more from even trying.

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