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Green Peak Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Green Peak Falls in mid-winter, McBee Park (bobcat)


Green Peak Falls, on Benton County's Peak Creek, is in some ways a more impressive drop than its neighbor, Alsea Falls, one mile away. The two are connected by trails, but Green Peak Falls is in McBee Memorial Park, an area set aside for public enjoyment by the Hull-Oakes Timber Company. It's about half a mile from the McBee Park day-use area to the falls. The falls drop 45 feet and are more easily viewed, though less impressive, in the low water season.

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