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Timberline-Bald Mountain Cutoff South Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Summer 2015: new sign (BurnsideBob)
The trail junction described here (Steve Hart)


The Bald Mountain Cutoff Trail is a short path the passes over the crest of the ridge linking two places on the Timberline Trail. The Cutoff Trail is only 1/10 mile long, and the official route on the Timberline Trail is 1.3 miles long. This is the junction on the south side of the ridge.


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