Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort Cabins
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Woke up to fog.
Sod this, I didn't come all this way to see fog. The thought of that combined with the cold wind led me east.
I remember Bill saying that Oregon has the weirdest weather on the coast so I thought I would head inland. I have to stay close enough to Eugene to get home but given we finished the TAT ridiculously early I am just tooling around to please myself.
I thought ...
... my new GoPro, Scarlet's new digital, and all our cameras in phones, so we got a good variety of pictures and videos. I'll share some here. I'd forgotten how rugged the trail can be, many rocks and tree stumps in the middle of the trail. Plus the muddy spots.
I learned a lot about carrying a backpack again. It's been several (30?) years...I learned where it needs to be tightened and how it rides on my hips. ...
The three pools swimming area is a section of deeply carved pools in the bed rock of a mountain run off creek.
After enjoying the cool mountain water we set off deeper into the mountain forest to camp by an even colder mountain run off creek just north of Detroit. The forest was full of conifers and ferns, ...
We left Paulina Lake and headed north further into the forest, in search of Bagby Hot Springs. Gabe couldn’t quite remember the name of the hot springs, and when I googled hot springs near by the first one was called Breitenbush Hot Springs. Gabe thought, that must be it, so we mapped ourselves there. We finally pulled into the right place, after turning around three times, to find a huge and full gravel parking lot. We walked inside to find out that this hot springs was run by ...
... trail. I heeded the warning and walked with care down to the viewing area then took the paved asphalt path back behind the fall for a truly spectacular view. Standing for a moment behind the great veil of water I headed down the hill on the other side of the fall. It was steep, and nearly dark, and I was in awe from the great rushing water and so must not have been paying great attention to the icy patches when I was taken for a quick ...