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Volunteers installing bridges on Mount Spokane trails

Volunteers finished installing a footbridge over a creek on a popular Mount Spokane trail on June 24, 2013. (Warren D. Walker)
Volunteers finished installing a footbridge over a creek on a popular Mount Spokane trail on June 24, 2013. (Warren D. Walker)

STATE PARKS — Volunteers organized from local groups and organized by the Washington Trails Association are installing foot bridges for hikers and snowshoers over the creek crossed by popular trails, such as Trail 100. in Mount Spokane State Park.

Photo shows the crew after the first bridge was completed on Monday.

WTA is returning to the park July 20-22 to finish more bridges.

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