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Tumalo Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Tumalo Falls from the North Fork Trail (bobcat)

Description

Tumalo Falls is a picturesque and striking 89-foot sheer drop on Tumalo Creek above its confluence with Bridge Creek. There are viewpoints up the canyon to the falls and at the top of the falls. The trails and trailhead here are almost always busy when the road is open. The forest around here was completely burned in the 1979 Bridge Creek Fire, and nearby interpretive signs tell of the lessons learned from that conflagration.

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