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Gorton Creek-Green Point Ridge-North Lake Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The four-way junction on the Green Point Ridge (bobcat)


This trail junction is on the north slope of Green Point Mountain. It's a short distance south on the Gorton Creek Trail to the summit of Green Point Mountain. From there, the trail continues on to another trail junction a mile north. Hiking north of the Gorton Creek Trail leads gradually downhill, eventually leading to the Herman Creek Trailhead.

The Green Point Ridge Trail heads east for 2.8 miles to a junction with the Wyeth Trail.

The North Lake Trail, as the name implies, goes 1.3 miles to North Lake.


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