Metlako Falls and Eagle Creek

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Metlako Falls is a 101′ plunge type waterfall along lower Eagle Creek in the Columbia Gorge. It was named in 1915 by the The Mazama’s club in honor of an Indian Goddess of Salmon, possibly because the falls represent the furthest upstream point of salmon migration. Mount Hood National Forest, North Oregon Cascades.

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Image Number: 102-9159-343

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Metlako Falls is a 101′ plunge type waterfall along lower Eagle Creek in the Columbia Gorge. It was named in 1915 by the The Mazama’s club in honor of an Indian Goddess of Salmon, possibly because the falls represent the furthest upstream point of salmon migration. Mount Hood National Forest, North Oregon Cascades.

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