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Cedar Creek Crossing

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Cedar Creek (Jeff Statt)
The trail heads to the left on the other side of the creek (Jeff Statt)
Crossing back over Cedar Creek (Jeff Statt)


Crossing over Cedar Creek along the Cedar Falls Trail. Cedar Creek is a year round creek draining the valley between Aldrich Butte and Cedar Mountain. From this point, the creek flows downstream another 1000 feet before tumbling over the three-tiered Cedar Falls. Depending on the time of year this creek can be tricky to cross, however in mid-summer the small stream dries to a trickle.

At times of high water, you can head about 100 yards downstream and, past a large grand fir with an old growth Douglas-fir looming up the slope, cross on a mossy log that has been refurbished to provide better footing.

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