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Taitnapum Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Taitnapum Falls (Steve Hart)
Fall color (Steve Hart)


Taitnapum Falls is the forgotton little sister on the North Fork of the Lewis River. It's the smallest of the four and the farthest from the typical trailhead. If you've hiked as far as the Upper Lewis River Falls Viewpoint, it's well worth the short extra distance.

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