Explanation of "Total Length"
The "total length" given for a hike is the total distance you need to completely do the hike. On hikes where you go out and then come back the way you came the "total length" I give for the hike is twice the length of the trail. On loop hikes where you do not retrace your steps, the "total length" I give is the length of the whole route.

If you want to figure out the one-way distance of an out and back hike, just add together the mileages for each of the segments.

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Last modified 31 January, 2001