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Native Plant Hike, Mima Falls Trail

Come and join Bill and explore the Mima Falls Trail in Capital Forest outside Olympia. The trail passes through a logged off are that is in restoration before passing into a very pleasant wooded trail to the Mima Falls (pretty small) and on. We will picnic at the falls before pushing on for a short distance. The trail is quite an easy walk with very little elevation change. Thanks to Regina Johnson, we have a very nice plant list for the trail to help your botanizing. Bring your favorite plant ID book, water, lunch and snacks. Good hiking shoes are recommended. The Discover Pass is needed for the Trailhead. Directions: From Olympia go south on I-5 to the Little Rock exit. Go west on Maytown Road which becomes 128th Ave SW. Turn South onto Mima Road SW, turn right onto Bordeaux Road and next right onto Marksman Road to the Trailhead.

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