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Bigfoot Creek

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Bigfoot Creek Road, where a use trail connects it with the Upper Gnat Creek Trail (bobcat)

Description

Bigfoot Creek is a small tributary creek of Gnat Creek; it marks the official end of the Upper Gnat Creek trail. There is a short loop at the end of the trail here. Head up an old alder-shaded road bed and descend it to a junction at Bigfoot Creek. The unmarked trail going right heads up for less than a quarter of a mile to the end of a spur off Bigfoot Creek Road. The little loop continues around to a small stand of Douglas-firs and hemlocks that shade a bench overlooking Gnat Creek: an excellent lunch spot. Complete the loop and head back the way you came.

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