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Langfield Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Langfield Falls in summer (bobcat)


This 60-foot waterfall plunges over a breccia face on Mosquito Creek. The vista will be different depending on the season. In the spring, the falls can be a roaring 20-yard-wide single plunge, while later in the season there is a twin plume. By the end of the summer, a single column of water splashes into the plunge pool.

The falls are named after K.C. Langfield, a District Ranger for the Gifford Pinchot National Forest from 1933 – 1956.

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