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Eagle Creek
Columbia River Gorge

The Eagle Creek trail in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is probably the most hiked trail in Oregon.  For those willing to brave the steep drop-offs on the trail, at about 2 miles you will find Punchbowl Falls.

Copyright: Michael Medina
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Tags: waterfall; eagle; creek; outdoors; water; scenic; nature; forest; hiking; trail; oregon
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