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Vista Ridge-Eden Park Trail Junction

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The trail junction described here (Steve Hart)
Wildflower garden in Eden Park (bobcat)



This trail junction marks the end of the climb on the Vista Ridge Trail. From here, the Vista Ridge Trail is a short, fairly flat jaunt to the Timberline Trail and Wy'East Basin. The Eden Park drops off the ridge sharply to the west to a crossing of Ladd Creek and Eden Park.

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  • 60 Hikes within 60 Miles of Portland, by Paul Gerald

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