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Henline Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Henline Falls (Matt Reeder)


Henline Falls awaits the hiker at the end of the 0.9 mile Henline Falls Trail. The 125-foot falls is very photogenic and a worthwhile destination for an easy dayhike.

Also here is the concrete foundation for the Silver King Mine's power plant. The 1,700-foot adit heads into the cliff face to the right of the waterfall and is blocked by a bat gate. Silver King Falls is an alternative name for Henline Falls.

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