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Sedum Point Professional Review and Guide
"Solitude is almost guaranteed along this overlooked section of the Pacific Crest Trail. Saunter through oldgrowth forest groves to a pair of excellent viewpoints—one north across the Trout Creek valley to the ancient forests of the Thornton T. Munger Research natural area, the other south down the Wind River valley out to the Columbia. And sedums? yep, you’ll see ’em! They’re stonecrops, a ledge-clinging star-shaped yellow flower that sprouts from rosettes of fleshy leaves."
--Craig Romano, Day Hiking Columbia River Gorge (The Mountaineers Books).
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