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Larch Mountain-Gorge Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Larch Mountain-Gorge Trail Junction (Steve Hart)
Sign at the junction (Steve Hart)


This is the junction where Gorge Trail #400 heads east from the Larch Mountain Trail #441. The Larch Mountain Trail is a very early trail, dating from 1915. This section of the Gorge Trail was called Ak-Wanee Trail when it was built in 1978. The name means "'Til our paths meet again". Today it is simply referred to as a section of Gorge Trail #400.


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