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- A small brook flows across the trail near the trailhead. This picturesque brook flows gently across the Pacific Crest Trail.
- This section of the Pacific Crest Trail gently curves and climbs towards Dry Creek Falls.
- Lady Slipper Orchids bloom early in the spring along the trail.
- A closeup of some Lady Slipper Orchids shows the details of the flowers.
- Sunlight backlights moss draping from all the trees along the first part of the trail. It takes a long wet season to get moss to grow on trees like this.
- A closer detail of moss draping from a tree shows how wispy the moss is that hangs from the trees on this section of the Pacific Crest Trail.
- Dry Creek Falls plunges out of a basalt cleft to plunge into a small pool at the bottom of the falls.
- Dry Creek Falls creates a lovely creek flowing down along a forest road.
- The stream below Dry Creek Falls rushes over the mossy rocks as it courses along a forest road which is used as the trail.
- Here is a picture of the Pacific Crest Trail in Cascade Locks. The beginning of the trail is an easy walk up a gentle grade.