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Wiesendanger Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Wiesendanger Falls (Steve Hart)
The falls and the Larch Mountain Trail (Steve Hart)

Description

Wiesendanger Falls (frequently misspelled as "Weisendanger Falls") were named for Albert Wiesendanger, a Forest Service Ranger. The 55-foot falls are also known as Upper Multnomah Falls, Twanklaskie Falls, and Double Falls (the latter together with Ecola Falls).

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