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Diamond Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Diamond Creek Falls on Diamond Creek (bobcat)

Description

Diamond Creek Falls is an attractive 120-foot veil waterfall on Diamond Creek, a tributary of Salt Creek. The upper falls are the ones most easily visited via a spur off the Diamond Creek Loop Trail. Diamond Creek's lower falls plunge in four tiers directly into Salt Creek and are only partially visible from the Diamond Falls Loop Trail.

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