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Sahale Falls

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Sahale Falls (Dave Wunische and Lynn Wunische)
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Sahale Falls is a pretty waterfall on the East Fork of the Hood River near Hood River Meadows. It is right at a wayside the old Mt. Hood Highway near Mt. Hood Meadows.

Note: There's another waterfall of the same name, though spelled as "Sahalie Falls" on the McKenzie River. The word means 'high' in Chinook Jargon. Both spellings of Sahale/Sahalie are acceptable.

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