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Oneonta-Multnomah Creek Way Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Multnomah Creek Way Trail at the junction. A close look shows that the trail is on an old railroad grade, cut through a small ridge.
A closeup of the sign. The distance to the Multnomah Creek Spur Trail is actually 2.7 miles and the sign at the other end states it correctly.


This trail junction is where Multnomah Creek Way Trail #444 meets the Oneonta Trail #424. The Multnomah Creek Way Trail follows a long-abandoned railroad grade into the crater of Larch Mountain.


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