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Little Zigzag Falls Hike

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Little Zigzag Falls (Gene Blick)
The waterfall on a dark, stormy afternoon (Jamey Pyles)
Little Zigzag Falls in winter (bobcat)



This is a short trail to a scenic waterfall, along a beautiful stream.

The trail ends at the falls, but there are possible off-trail routes above.

In the winter, there is usually snow, but the access road is plowed to the Kiwanis camp a short distance from the trailhead, so it makes a good winter hike.

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