Sahalie Falls











Location: Sisters, Willamette National Forest, Linn County
Stream: McKenzie River
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The word "Sahalie" is a Chinook word meaning "high". Sahalie Falls is indeed a high, glorious waterfall. The McKenzie River crashes 100+ feet over a lava cliff to form this stunning display. Sahalie Falls (along with Koosah Falls) was formed thousands of years ago when lava flows buried parts of the river.

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