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Lee Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Lee Falls, Tualatin River (bobcat)

Description

Lee Falls is a block waterfall, unusual for this area, on the Tualatin River. It can be visited by walking up a gravel road maintained by the City of Hillsboro Municipal Water District. The waterfall is a popular summer swimming venue. A fish ladder runs up the south side of the falls.

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