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Pacific Crest-Benson Way North Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Camp site on the PCT north of the junction (bobcat)
Oregon anemone (Anemone oregana) near the junction (bobcat)


This trail junction, marking the north edge of the Benson Plateau, forms a key junction for many loop hikes in the area. There is a large campsite on the Pacific Crest Trail north of the junction, but the nearest water is at Teakettle Spring, found down the Crest Trail after it drops down the Gorge face.


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