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Thanks! But...Panther Creek Falls is here: 45.867453° -121.828359° cheers, scott

Very nice photo, very good composition! I like it. I specifically like the true colours. These are not that overdone, as some "photographers" do!

But wait...in a just-discovered phenom...street-view still has the old elevator, at least for now 6/1/15. Check it out!

This Is the tourist view from the main trail...looking at Carroll Rim in upper center. You've got it mis-placed. cheers, scott

Hi Scott, You guessed it...it's Rick J. here, the reader who traded notes with you about Lewis Glacier. Also, it looked to me too that the Hamilton Mountain picture was out of place some so I saved your correction. I have more pictures of other locations I'd post, but kind of lost interest when I saw they're (Google) going to kill Panoramio eventually.

Beautiful! I'll be visiting this summer!

Well, just for fun I'll chime in here again. I do live in Hood River. I do write hiking guidebooks for the Gorge and Bend (and now PDX) for a living. I belief is that you will realize your error when you choose to retrace your steps. I know the foot bridge over Moffett Creek along trail 400 you are describing. It's just that that little footbridge isn't this photo. I've spent 15 years retracing my steps all over the Gorge so that my guidebook is accurate. Just make sure you also take a drive along the HCRH west from Bridal Veil and take a little walk at the easy-to-miss Shepherd's Dell bridge. See ya out there...and I hope you like my book if you find it someday---it has lots of little secrets in it! cheers, scott

Yeah Josef, you are right...this trailhead no longer exists, at least to park at. It does make a trip to Falls Creek a bit easier to describe in a guidebook at least.

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