The department, in consultation with the Departments of Fish and Game and Transportation and Public Facilities, shall designate a system of wilderness trails and campsites throughout the state. Significant in the selection shall be the scenic, historic, natural, or cultural qualities of the areas through which the trails may pass. The department may acquire the trail sites jointly selected by grant, gift, purchase, lease, dedication, or prescription and hold them in the name of the state.
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