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Mima Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Mima Falls from above, Capitol State Forest (bobcat)


This 25-foot waterfall splashes prettily down a rock face in typical coast hills forest. A short trail drops to the side of the stream at the base of the waterfall. There's a picnic table here for those who want to stop for lunch.

Signs here warn against hiking beyond the footbridge over the East Fork Mima Creek. A bigger loop would add, minimally, another 15 miles to your day amongst a tangle of trails and logging roads.

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