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Rock Climbing Photo: I can't remember where this was, but it's somewher...
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By Tristan Higbee
From: Ogden, UT
Sep 11, 2009
Toketee Falls.
By Chris treggE
From: Madison, WI
Sep 15, 2009
Nice Professor, right you are!!!
By Ken Trout
From: Golden, CO
Dec 19, 2011
...and twenty miles from Diamond Lake on Hwy 138, going to Portland.

Also, there is a partly covered wilderness hot spring, 108F, a few miles up the Umpqua River, above Toketee Resevoir. Two USFS campgrounds in the area too.

All stuff I looked up. Thanks for the beta. I zoom past Diamond Lake on my way to Smith all the time and missed this worthy detour.
By lucander
From: Stone Ridge, NY
Apr 2, 2012
Thanks for posting this, takes me back to my NPS years when we'd soak in the hot springs after work, camp there, wake up early, soak some more at dawn, and stumble in to the Ranger station just in time for the next shift.
By gso
May 29, 2014
Also, within 10 minutes of the falls are Old Man and Old Woman Rocks. "The Prize" 5.11c sport and "Dillie's Delight" 5.8 trad on Old Man are two Oregon Classics.
By Benjamin Chapman
From: Small Town, USA
Jul 11, 2015
Nice photos, Chris & gso.
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I can't remember where this was, but it's somewhere inbetween Crater Lake and Portland. Amazing rock structure. 2001?

Submitted By: Chris treggE on Sep 11, 2009
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