Lemur  LbNA # 3844

Placed DateJul 6 2002
LocationCorbett, OR
Planted ByThe Paisley Orca    
Found By colls & DB
Last Found Sep 12 2008
Hike Distance?

This letterbox was placed by The Paisley Orca and John on July 6, 2002 in the Columbia River Gorge near Corbett, Oregon in Multnomah County.

DIRECTIONS: Take I-84 East to the Bridal Veil exit. This puts you on Hwy 30. Go East on Hwy 30 (lots of great waterfalls along here), past Multnomah Falls, till you see a green sign that says "Adopt-A-Highway Program" Park in this area.

Clues: Easy.

Terrain: Easy, short hike of perhaps 1/2 hour or less. Unfortunately, not handicap accessible. Trail parallels closely with Hwy 30.

Park in the trailhead parking and head up the Oneonta Trail. At the junction follow the sign for Gorge Trail 400/Larch Mt. Trail heading West. Continue on the path through the clearing and into more trees. Keep going. Go under the arched branch and keep heading up the incline. Eventually, you will see an evergreen on your left with a VERY large rectangular-looking mossy boulder just a few steps beyond it for all purposes right on and jutting a bit in the path on your left. Beneath this rock to the side the Ring-Tailed Lemur lingers.

Best regards,

Amanda Briles
The Paisley Orca