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Oneonta Gorge hike: Decision to keep going can be best decision

Dog friendly hike has many pleasant surprises along the way

By Will Campbell, Columbian Associate Editor
Published: July 8, 2023, 5:57am
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Triple Falls is shadowed by the sun in the burnt-tree forest, which is a common site through the area of the Eagle Creek fire that burned in 2017.
Triple Falls is shadowed by the sun in the burnt-tree forest, which is a common site through the area of the Eagle Creek fire that burned in 2017. (Will Campbell/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

I was about 3 miles into the hike and I was ready to turn around and head back.

On a boulder in Oneonta Creek, my dog Luna surveyed the burnt trunks dotting the hills around and above us.

We’d hiked past a few waterfalls on this trail, and I figured that it was time to return on this out-and-back hike, although up ahead, the trail kept winding into the charred-tree forest.

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