Historically, Forest Park has had 3 major fires. Two in the late 1800s, and the most recent in 1951, burning over 2,400 acres. Since then, firelanes were implemented and bulldozed to provide quick access in the event of any blaze. Another reminder to keep the wild fire in you (and your candle), although who doesn't love the smell of wood fire smoke?
Firelane 1 has smoldering warm notes of:
Top: smoked woods
Middle: fir, balsam, cedar, pine, red berries
Base: charred woods, crackling embers
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Recyclable 13.5 oz glass jar 4.25"H, 3"D
Net Wt. 11 oz
Up to 60 hour burn time
About the Trail: Firelane 1 is one of many fire road trails open to foot traffic in Forest Park, but it is the mother of them all. With about 1000' ft of elevation gain, it's quite steep, long, and variable, with impressive views of the Columbia River, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams. It can tend to get pretty slimy in the wintertime, so be prepared to slide a bit in the steep areas... but that makes it all the more adventurous.
GPS Coordinates: [45°32'51.8"N 122°44'42.2"W]
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