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East Fork Multnomah Creek Bridge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

East Fork Multnomah Creek Bridge (bobcat)


This is the fourth major bridge as you hike up the Larch Mountain Trail #441. The trail crosses the East Fork on a single log bridge, just above the confluence of the East and West Forks of Multnomah Creek, and then proceeds up a narrow divide between the two forks. As of 2017, some of the railings on the bridge are missing, so use some caution when crossing it.



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