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Siouxon-Chinook Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

14-mile Falls just above the footbridge over Siouxon Creek (bobcat)
The footbridge over Siouxon Creek at the junction (bobcat)


The Chinook Trail #130A leaves the Siouxon Trail here and crosses Siouxon Creek on a wide footbridge above a mossy, rock-walled narrows. Just upstream are 14-mile Falls. There are some campsites on the north side of the footbridge. It's about a quarter of a mile from here to the ford of Chinook Creek and a view of Chinook Falls.


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