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Lower Boulder Creek Crossing

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Carved steps leading to the trail, Lower Boulder Creek Crossing (bobcat)

Description

This crossing is near the boundary of the Mt. Hood National Forest and a square of private land that was clearcut and is now severely overgrown. You’ll see a broken log across the creek. Steps have been carved on another log to take you up the opposite (east) bank, where you’ll find two small cairns astride the Boulder Creek Trail.

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