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Linton Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Linton Falls from the base (Jamey Pyles)
Linton Falls seen through the forest (Jamey Pyles)



Linton Falls is the second tallest documented waterfall in the state of Oregon. It has over 7 tiers. The tallest one is about 150 feet tall. This waterfall can be seen from across Linton Lake, but to get to the base, see the Linton Falls Add-on Hike. The entirety of Linton Falls cannot be easily seen together. From the base, more than half of it is still hidden. There are also another few separate large waterfalls upstream that are even harder to get to.

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