Applegate Trail in High Rock Canyon
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Panoramic photo by terry blackburn EXPERT Taken 13:00, 26/05/2014 (Pacific Time (US & Canada)) - Views loading...

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Applegate Trail in High Rock Canyon

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The Applegate Trail was billed as the ‘safer’ alternative to the treacherous rapids of the Columbia River.  Thousands of emigrants passed through the narrow High Rock canyon between 1846 and 1860.  The trail was particularly significant in settling the Rogue River Valley, and served as a primary route to the northern California gold fields.

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