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    A-H is like 5.5miles. G-H is closed and there is a reroute. From G you go south on the east side of the middle loop until you get to poin 11. Then the reroute is maybe a couple miles if that to camp H.
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    I think HamMike is right on. According to my GPS app we hiked 5.02 miles from the side trail split to F right after A. I don't have the exact distance between the parking area A and where the side trail hits, but a nice round to 5.5 is on target.

    For what it's worth, the trek down the western side from H to A (on the original trail down to G) is 7.45 miles - at least from where our camp site was (not too far up the camp trail).

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    A question for those who have been on the re-routed trail up to camp H - is the logging still in progress in that section of the forest?

    If you were there on a weekend, you would not hear anything, since they work weekdays, but if you walked up the logging road to camp H (a better route than the section of the re-route that is east of the road) you might have seen trucks and equipment that would tell you the logging is still under way.

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    I typically go during the week, there was no body there.

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    There was no equipment on the road and we did not see fresh tracks (man-made, just a few deer tracks, what my uncle thought were small bear prints, and some other little critters).

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    I'll be hiking A-H for an overnight on the 16-17, assuming it's above 5 degrees.
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