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Miller Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Miller Creek Falls in spring (bobcat)


Miller Creek Falls is easy to see, but difficult to photograph. The falls spout into an amphitheater on the south bank of the Lewis River. They are partially hidden by the maples and Douglas-firs in front of the viewing area. A use trail winds through the salal from here and then extends steeply down to the Lewis River to a gaging station if you want further exploration.

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