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Sahale Falls-Sahale Falls Cutoff Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The sign on the Sahalie Falls Trail indicating the steep cutoff trail (bobcat)


The Cutoff Trail is a scramble trail that takes you steeply down to the base of Sahale Falls for a closeup view. Clamber up from the falls, and then scramble down again for a last tricky section getting down to the old Mt. Hood Highway.


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