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Oneonta-Bell Creek Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Wilderness permit box on the Bell Creek Trail at the junction (bobcat)
This footbridge is just 50 yards from the junction on the Bell Creek Trail (cfm)


This trail junction is where the Bell Creek Trail #459 meets Oneonta Trail #424. This is the uppermost point on the Bell Creek Loop. A tree stands in the middle of the junction with signs pointing you in the right direction. A wilderness sign and permit box were placed here in 2021.


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