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Shady Creek Bridge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

This page is marked as a Closed Hike. Some or all of this hike has been closed by a governing body and hikers may be liable for fines or even arrest. At least part of this route may be dangerous and hard to follow, or it may cross areas with sensitive plant life or wildlife habitat. Trailkeepers of Oregon does not endorse or recommend hiking this route. When restrictions are lifted, this notice will be removed.
The Shady Creek Bridge

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Description

Shady Creek is a pretty much ignored and forgotten creek right in the middle of Oregon's tourist mecca. It flows under this bridge on the Perdition Trail, drops in the Multnomah Falls Amphitheater forming Shady Creek Falls, then flows under the paved Larch Mountain Trail near all of the protective slide fencing.

This bridge, on the closed Perdition Trail, is no longer maintained and may be unsafe.

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  • 35 Hiking Trails, Columbia River Gorge, by Don & Roberta Lowe

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