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Wilson Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Wilson Falls, Wilson River Trail (bobcat)


Wilson Falls is a long, narrow multi-tiered waterfall, about 200 feet high, that splashes down and across the Wilson River Trail on an unnamed creek between the Tillamook Forest Center and the Footbridge Trailhead. A sign notifies you that you are actually at the falls. The entire length of the falls cannot really be appreciated from the trail; more of the scope of the falls can be seen in winter, when the forest is bare, from Highway 6.

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