Ochoco
National Forest

The Ochoco National Forest is located in Central Oregon in the United States, north and east of the city of Prineville, location of the national forest headquarters. It encompasses 850,000 acres (3,440 km2) of rimrock, canyons, geologic oddities, dense pine forests, and high desert terrain, as well as the headwaters of the North Fork Crooked River. A 1993 Forest Service study estimated that the ex…
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The Mill Creek Wilderness is a fairly small, fairly unknown wilderness area in E…
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The tiny 5,400-acre Bridge Creek Wilderness comprises an ancient volcanic upland…
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Ochoco Mountains' highest peak, Lookout Mountain has wide, rolling summit platea…
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Much of the Mill Creek Wilderness encompasses the caldera of a 40 million-year-o…
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Ochoco Mountains' highest peak, Lookout Mountain features wide, rolling summit p…
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Steins Pillar is 350 feet tall and is named after Major Enoch Steen, who explore…
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350-foot High Rock Tower
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