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South Waldo Shelter

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

South Waldo Shelter on the Waldo Lake Trail (bobcat)


The South Waldo Shelter sits in an area of wet meadows near the south shore of Waldo Lake close to the junction of the South Waldo and Waldo Lake Trails. The three-sided shelter has a shake roof, wood stove, picnic table, and sleeping platform. The structure is maintained by Lewis & Clark College Outdoors.

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