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North Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Looking to White Butte from North Point, Bridge Creek Wilderness (bobcat)

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North Point, a prominence on a basalt cliff in the Bridge Creek Wilderness, is named on topographical maps. You can see conical White Butte below, and the drainages of Gable and Thompson Creeks flow into Bridge Creek as it wends it way through the Painted Hills to the north. Looking south, you can spot the lookout tower on Mt. Pisgah, which is manned in the summer months.

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