A vehicle drives over boulders paving the new West Loop 4x4 Trail. The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is opening three miles of the new trail in the Tahuya State Forest near Belfair on May 13.
A vehicle drives over boulders paving the new West Loop 4x4 Trail. The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is opening three miles of the new trail in the Tahuya State Forest near Belfair on May 13. Courtesy Washington Department of Natural Resources
A vehicle drives over boulders paving the new West Loop 4x4 Trail. The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is opening three miles of the new trail in the Tahuya State Forest near Belfair on May 13. Courtesy Washington Department of Natural Resources

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