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Rowland Wall-Rowland Wall South Tie Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Barrett's penstemon (Penstemon barrettiae), Rowland Wall (bobcat)
Junction, Rowland Wall-Rowland South Tie Trail, Catherine Creek (bobcat)

Description

The junction is where the tie trail coming up from the Indian Pits area joins the trail that runs up along the edge of the Rowland Wall. Clumps of Barrett's penstemon (Penstemon barrettiae), a plant endemic to the central and east Columbia River Gorge, bloom here in May.


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