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Herman Bridge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

(Redirected from Herman Creek Bridge)
Herman Bridge (Jerry Adams)
One of several campsites just north of Herman Creek (Jerry Adams)
Herman Bridge in October (Steve Hart)

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A short connector trail between the Herman Creek Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail crosses Herman Creek on the Herman Bridge. Herman Bridge is a substantial galvanized steel bridge like the bridges on Eagle Creek. Herman Creek would be difficult to cross without the bridge.

It's about 0.4 mile and 200' elevation gain from the bridge to the Herman Creek Trail and about 0.8 mile and 500' elevation gain to the PCT.

There are a couple nondescript campsites on the north side of the creek with fire rings.

Most people stay on the Herman Creek Trail so it's not too busy

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