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Lower Soda Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Lower Soda Falls in the summer, Cascadia State Park (bobcat)

Description

Lower Soda Falls is rather slight most of the year, but plunges impressively in winter and spring. The three-tiered waterfall splashes 134 feet through rock crevices and spills over a sheer face.

Upper Soda Falls is half a mile north of Lower Soda Falls and outside Cascade State Park.

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