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Archer Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

View to Archer Falls from Scott Point (bobcat)

Description

Archer Falls, at the head of High Valley, is a 218-foot tall waterfall which spouts off sheer cliffs in spectacular fashion during the wet season but runs totally dry in the summer. It is also known as Columbia Falls.

The waterfall is in the Columbia Falls Natural Area Preserve, which is off-limits to hikers. However, you can get a good, if rather distant, view of the waterfall from Scott Point.

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