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Spray Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Spray Falls (bobcat)


Spray Falls is a 350-foot veiled waterfall resembling a giant Ramona Falls. To get the whole picture of the waterfall, you need to find a way across Spray Creek and then scramble up a loose scree slope on the east bank. The falls are almost always in shade and picture-taking can be tricky.

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