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Butte Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Butte Creek Falls (Steve Hart)
Butte Creek Falls in the fall with more water (Jamey Pyles)

Description

Butte Creek Falls is the tallest waterfall in the Butte Creek Drainage. 100 yards upstream is Upper Butte Creek Falls. The falls is most commonly viewed from a high rocky point at the end of the improved trail. There is a loose use path continuing off the edge of the rock toward the base of the waterfall. Though, the use path should only be attempted by experienced, well equipped bushwackers, the trail to the viewpoint is a short stroll for anyone.

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