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 Ramona Falls, OR 
Trailhead for Ramona Falls in the Mt. Hood National Forest.
Trailhead for Ramona Falls in the Mt. Hood National Forest.
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The streambed for the Sandy River widened out considerably after the flooding in 2009.
The streambed for the Sandy River widened out considerably after the flooding in 2009.
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Ramona Creek parallels the trail for about a mile and is a very pretty creek.
Ramona Creek parallels the trail for about a mile and is a very pretty creek.
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Ramona Creek parallels the trail for about a mile and is a very pretty creek. This is at one of the places where the trail crosses over the creek.
Ramona Creek parallels the trail for about a mile and is a very pretty creek. This is at one of the places where the trail crosses over the creek.
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Another pleasant spot along Ramona Creek just before you reach Ramona Falls.
Another pleasant spot along Ramona Creek just before you reach Ramona Falls.
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Ramona Falls cascades down a cliff of dark basalt right next to the trail.
Ramona Falls cascades down a cliff of dark basalt right next to the trail.
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Ramona Falls cascades down a cliff of dark basalt right next to the trail.
Ramona Falls cascades down a cliff of dark basalt right next to the trail.
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A log bridge spans Ramona Creek just downstream from Ramona Falls, providing a front-row view of the falls.
A log bridge spans Ramona Creek just downstream from Ramona Falls, providing a front-row view of the falls.
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Ramona Falls cascades down a cliff of dark basalt right next to the trail. A flat clearing near the waterfall provides a nice view of the falls.
Ramona Falls cascades down a cliff of dark basalt right next to the trail. A flat clearing near the waterfall provides a nice view of the falls.
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Above the Sandy River is a junction for Ramona Falls Loop and the Pacific Crest Trail. From the junction, the trail parallels the Sandy River down to the stream crossing.
Above the Sandy River is a junction for Ramona Falls Loop and the Pacific Crest Trail. From the junction, the trail parallels the Sandy River down to the stream crossing.
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The Sandy River shows the devastation of flood from 2006 and 2011. A couple sections of the trail have been rerouted after being washed out.
The Sandy River shows the devastation of flood from 2006 and 2011. A couple sections of the trail have been rerouted after being washed out.
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