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Wyeth-Green Point Ridge Trail Junction

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Fly amanita - yellow version (Amanita muscaria) near the junction (bobcat)


This trail junction is 450 feet below the southern edge of Green Point Mountain's gentle plateau in typical montane forest. Take the Green Point Ridge Trail up a narrow ridge to access the plateau and then the high point. The Wyeth Trail leads through lush old-growth benches to North Lake.


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