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Ecola falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Ecola Falls (Steve Hart)
Ecola Falls from Larch Mountain Trail (Steve Hart)

Description

Ecola Falls is the last major falls as you travel upstream on the Larch Mountain Trail. Ecola is a Chinook word for whale. The 55-foot falls are also often called Hidden Falls and Double Falls (together with Weisendanger Falls). The main trail passes the top of the falls and a rough scramble leads down to the base.

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