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Wildcat Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Wildcat Falls (bobcat)


This is the highest waterfall in the Siouxon drainage, dropping over 200 feet in three tiers. On the way to Wildcat Falls, you will pass 40-foot Lower Wildcat Falls and a 25-foot slide falls, both only partially visible from the trail. At a sharp switchback below a rock face, there’s a view across to Wildcat Falls’ lovely amphitheater. This is just the lower 125 feet of the falls, with another two tiers totaling 100 feet not really visible above. The falls are best seen during the rainy season as they become a frail wisp of their former selves in the dry season.

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