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Beaver Creek North Footbridge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

View to the footbridge from the bluff above, Beaver Creek Greenway, Troutdale (bobcat)
On the north footbridge, Beaver Creek Greenway (bobcat)


This footbridge, which is in a state of disrepair and twisted this way and that, can still be crossed (at your own risk) as of March 2018. The South Footbridge across Beaver Creek was removed several years ago, and some sections of trail in the Beaver Creek Canyon have succumbed to landslides. The North Footbridge is the only dry way to get across Beaver Creek in the lower canyon.

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