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This cache appears to be missing. I'm temporarily disabling it, to give the owner the opportunity to check on the cache, and repair it, if necessary. If the owner feels they will not be able to repair this in a timely manner ( i.e., within two weeks), let me know, and I'll archive it. This will keep the cache from continually showing up in search lists.

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Sahalie & Koosah Falls #32

A cache by EugeneCascades&Coast Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/3/2012
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Sahalie Falls and Koosah Falls are located off Highway 126. A basalt lava flow 3,000 years ago created these two foaming whitewater rushes in the middle of the Willamette National Forest. A loop trail connects the two waterfalls and the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail. According to the Willamette National Forest, the falls got their names from the Chinook Jargon words for ‘heaven’ (Sahalie) and ‘sky’ (Koosah).

Both sites feature a parking area, restrooms and interpretive panels with more in-depth history about the falls.

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