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Hike Mt. Bachelor for Wildflower Displays

25th April 2017 | Becky Lomax

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 Transport straight to nature with 30 seconds of wildflower/babbling brook along Fall Creek on the Green Lakes Trail.

Transport straight to nature with 30 seconds of wildflower/babbling brook along Fall Creek on the Green Lakes Trail.
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 Transport straight to nature with 30 seconds of wildflower/babbling brook along Fall Creek on the Green Lakes Trail.
The Green Lakes Trail follows Fall Creek in the Deschutes National Forest. - © Karl Johnson/Flickr

The Green Lakes Trail follows Fall Creek in the Deschutes National Forest.
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The Green Lakes Trail follows Fall Creek in the Deschutes National Forest. - © Karl Johnson/Flickr
Shooting stars are usually some of the first flowers to blanket mountain meadows in July around Mt. Bachelor.  - © Mizinformation/Flickr

Shooting stars are usually some of the first flowers to blanket mountain meadows in July around Mt. Bachelor.
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Shooting stars are usually some of the first flowers to blanket mountain meadows in July around Mt. Bachelor.  - © Mizinformation/Flickr
Hikers on Mt. Bachelor can chop off some of the climb by taking the chairlifts. - © Mt. Bachelor Resort

Hikers on Mt. Bachelor can chop off some of the climb by taking the chairlifts.
Copyright: Mt. Bachelor Resort

Hikers on Mt. Bachelor can chop off some of the climb by taking the chairlifts. - © Mt. Bachelor Resort

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