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Copper Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Copper Creek Falls (Steve Hart)
Copper Creek Falls from above (Steve Hart)

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Copper Creek Falls certainly isn't the biggest or most dramatic waterfall in the area, but it worth a visit nonetheless. Copper Creek flows beneath a wooden trail bridge and falls 25 feet into a deep green splash pool. Copper Creek has a small flow, so this one is best viewed in the wetter months.

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