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Here is a typical view of the flat part of Horsetail Falls trail to Triple Falls. The trail goes mostly along hillsides in the gorge and creek valleys.

aan.jpg Licorice fern (Latin name: Polypodium glycyrrhizais) growing along Horsetail Creek Trail. Licorice fern is named because of the sweet, licorice-flavored rhizomes. Maybe early spring isn't the season to eat this because It didn't taste good.ThumbnailsTori, Tom, Teresa, Steve, Drew, Bree, and Zach standing under the overhanging cliff at Ponytail Falls on Horsetail Creek in the Columbia River Gorge.Licorice fern (Latin name: Polypodium glycyrrhizais) growing along Horsetail Creek Trail. Licorice fern is named because of the sweet, licorice-flavored rhizomes. Maybe early spring isn't the season to eat this because It didn't taste good.ThumbnailsTori, Tom, Teresa, Steve, Drew, Bree, and Zach standing under the overhanging cliff at Ponytail Falls on Horsetail Creek in the Columbia River Gorge.Licorice fern (Latin name: Polypodium glycyrrhizais) growing along Horsetail Creek Trail. Licorice fern is named because of the sweet, licorice-flavored rhizomes. Maybe early spring isn't the season to eat this because It didn't taste good.ThumbnailsTori, Tom, Teresa, Steve, Drew, Bree, and Zach standing under the overhanging cliff at Ponytail Falls on Horsetail Creek in the Columbia River Gorge.Licorice fern (Latin name: Polypodium glycyrrhizais) growing along Horsetail Creek Trail. Licorice fern is named because of the sweet, licorice-flavored rhizomes. Maybe early spring isn't the season to eat this because It didn't taste good.ThumbnailsTori, Tom, Teresa, Steve, Drew, Bree, and Zach standing under the overhanging cliff at Ponytail Falls on Horsetail Creek in the Columbia River Gorge.Licorice fern (Latin name: Polypodium glycyrrhizais) growing along Horsetail Creek Trail. Licorice fern is named because of the sweet, licorice-flavored rhizomes. Maybe early spring isn't the season to eat this because It didn't taste good.ThumbnailsTori, Tom, Teresa, Steve, Drew, Bree, and Zach standing under the overhanging cliff at Ponytail Falls on Horsetail Creek in the Columbia River Gorge.Licorice fern (Latin name: Polypodium glycyrrhizais) growing along Horsetail Creek Trail. Licorice fern is named because of the sweet, licorice-flavored rhizomes. Maybe early spring isn't the season to eat this because It didn't taste good.ThumbnailsTori, Tom, Teresa, Steve, Drew, Bree, and Zach standing under the overhanging cliff at Ponytail Falls on Horsetail Creek in the Columbia River Gorge.

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