Salmon River Gorge April 1983 Expedition Frustration Falls

Another view of Frustration Falls, providing a glimpse of the debris that has accumulated at the base of the falls. During the early spring, snowmelt from Mount Hood and the smaller peaks that surround the Salmon River creates spectacular flows that toss huge logs down the river like toothpicks. Here, logs that measure two or three feet in diameter are wedged in the box canyon at the base of the falls.
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