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Nellie Corser Cascades

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

A dogleg waterfall, part of the Nellie Corser Cascades, East Fork Duncan Creek (bobcat)
Remains of a waterwheel apparatus at the Nellie Corser Cascades (bobcat)

Description

This cascade splashes down in several drops on the East Fork of Duncan Creek. Below the top tier of the cascades, you’ll see the remains of a water intake facility that serviced the Nellie Corser homestead via a waterwheel in the creek. Steel steps, a mounting platform, and a bent pipe remain.

The cascades are best view after the rains begin. In summer, water volume is quite small.

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