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Between the Lines: On the trail in fact and fiction

The Pacific Crest Trail hasn’t been the same since Cheryl Strayed published “Wild” in 2013. An estimated 10 times as many hikers than usual have pounded its 2,663-mile length since her troubled memoir appeared, followed by Reese Witherspoon’s film version in 2014. The phenomenal increase is known as “the Wild Effect.” (Strayed’s book of inspirational quotes, “Brave Enough,” is due in October).

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