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Category:Waterfalls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

If you're a waterfall lover, the Pacific Northwest is for you. After all, there's a reason they call those mountains the Cascades. It's said that the Columbia Gorge has more waterfalls per foot than anywhere else in the world. Throw in Oregon basalt flows and a lot of rain, and you've got waterfalls.

Pages in category "Waterfalls"

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