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Muddy Fork Crossing on Pacific Crest Trail

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The current (2016) Muddy Fork crossing, Pacific Crest Trail (bobcat)


The sturdy footbridge that once spanned the Muddy Fork here was destroyed in a flash flood and, for many years, the only options for a crossing have been a fairly easy ford (in the summer months) or a pair of large downed trees, the upper one conveniently banded with a rope for handholds.



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