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Badlands Rock

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Badlands Rock, Oregon Badlands Wilderness (bobcat)


Badlands Rock is a large, smooth-sided tumulus that looks like a giant clam shell. A user trail leads up into the middle of the formation, where you’ll find a campfire circle. Find a perch on one of the lava ridges to take in the far-reaching views west to the Cascades: the Three Sisters, Mount Bachelor, Broken Top, Mount Jefferson, and Mount Hood should all be visible on a clear day.

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