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** {{Hike ring|trailhead=Ramona Falls Trailhead|hike=Yocum Ridge Hike|log=Ramona Falls Hike/Log|previous=Timberline-Yocum Ridge Trail Junction|next=Yocum Pond}}
* Elevation: 4480 feet
* Elevation: 4480 feet

Revision as of 23:42, 25 March 2010

View of East Zigzag Mountain from lower Yocum Ridge Viewpoint (Jerry Adams)



This is nice viewpoint along the Yocum Ridge Trail. It's at mile 4.1 (from Ramona Falls Trailhead). Watch for a small spur to the right just before the first major switchback on the Yocum Ridge Trail. From here you'll have great views into the Sandy River Canyon, Mount Hood and a vast expanse to the south - including East Zigzag Mountain. There's a small flat area to put a tent, but there is no drinking water. For some this is a great destination in itself!

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