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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.

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

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Guidebooks that cover this destination

  • Day Hike! Columbia Gorge, by Seabury Blair, Jr.
  • 60 Hikes within 60 Miles of Portland, by Paul Gerald
  • Afoot and Afield Portland/Vancouver, by Douglas Lorain
  • 35 Hiking Trails, Columbia River Gorge, by Don & Roberta Lowe
  • Columbia River Gorge, 42 Scenic Hikes, by Don & Roberta Lowe
  • Hiking the Columbia River Gorge - 1st and 2nd Editions, by Russ Schneider
  • 100 Hikes in Northwest Oregon - 3rd Edition, by William L Sullivan

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Oregon Hikers Field Guide is built as a collaborative effort by its user community. While we make every effort to fact-check, information found here should be considered anecdotal. You should cross-check against other references before planning a hike. Trail routing and conditions are subject to change. Please contact us if you notice errors on this page.

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