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Panther Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Panther Creek Falls from the viewing platform bobcat)


At Panther Creek Falls, Panther Creek plunges 69 feet over a cliff just below the confluence with Big Huckleberry Creek. Most of the flow is channeled into a deep groove that steers the spate to a two-tier plunge over the drop, while a small portion of the flow avoids the crevasse and drops directly to the pool below. Right across from the viewing platform is a series of springs that spills rivulets of water 100 feet down a mossy face into the same plunge pool. Just downstream is a 30-foot drop that completes the cascade.

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