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Multnomah Creek Way-Multnomah Spur Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The bridge over Multnomah Creek on the Multnomah Creek Way Trail. The trail junction described here is visible at the far end of the bridge (Steve Hart)
Trail sign (Jim Sifferle)


This is a trail junction near the West Fork of Multnomah Creek. The Multnomah Creek Way Trail #444 heads west across a single log bridge with a broken railing, and then up to the Larch Mountain Trail. In the other direction, it heads south deep into the Larch Mountain Crater. The Multnomah Spur Trail #446 heads northeast 0.8 miles to the Oneonta Trail #424.


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