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Caddywhomper Viewpoint

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The best view from the viewpoint (bobcat)


A bench at this viewpoint at the end of an old logging track offers a view northwest although only the tops of the hills can be seen over the tops of the conifers. There's a grassy opening here being swallowed by a thicket of Scots broom.

"Caddywhomper" is a logger's term for a tree that is twisted and bent.

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