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Fall Creek Falls (Diamond Peak Wilderness)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The upper tier of Fall Creek Falls, Vivian Lake Trail (bobcat)

Description

This is a two-tier waterfall separated by a stretch of Fall Creek on a slope that offers a bounteous harvest of huckleberries in late summer. There's a viewpoint to the top tier, an 80-foot plunge. The lower tier of about 50 feet can only be reached via a bushwhack up Fall Creek although it is partially visible from the Vivian Lake Trail.

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