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Begin your hike down Annie Canyon at the Mazama Campground. The approximate beginning elevation is 5,800 feet. The route leads down stream above the creek on the canyon rim. After following the canyon rim for three-quarters of a mile the track descends to the stream bed and loops northward. En route to the trailhead the Annie Creek Canyon Trail follows the western bank of the creek for three-quarters of a mile.

Directions: From Annie Spring Entrance Station: Drive northward into the park to the entrance to Mazama Campground. Turn right on to the campground access road and park at the trailhead near the amphitheater.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Year-round (Expect snow-covered conditions in winter.)

Facility Type: Trail

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