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Lower Marble Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

View to Lower Marble Creek Falls (bobcat)


This 33-foot falls spills over a rim near Marble Creek's confluence with Merwin Lake. The falls can be seen from a viewpoint at the end of a trail although the scene is now partly obscured by trees.

Upper Marble Creek Falls, 92 feet high, is just upstream, but is on private land above Highway 503.

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