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Fall Creek Falls Trail

Hike to this majestic waterfall along the North Umpqua River.
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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.6 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  The trails wind through old-growth forests of Douglas-fir, hemlock, and sugar pine, with trees often over six feet in diameter.

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Tips:  To get here take Interstate I-5 to Roseburg exit 124 and follow Hwy 138 to milepost 32. You will find the Fall Creek Falls parking... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Fall Creek Falls Trailhead

A one-mile trail passes through a narrow bedrock crevice and lush vegetation to Fall Creek Falls. It is a good walk for families with a few moderately steep climbs

2. Fall Creek Falls

Fall Creek Falls is a double falls with tiers
of 35 and 50-feet. In the summer it's a good place to cool off with a swim.

You can also take a trail up to a middle and upper section of the falls to get different views. Be careful though not to let children go around the fences, as it's a 50 foot drop, and slippery near the edge.

3. Jobs Garden

Along the trail to Fall Creek Falls there is a short hike marked Jobs Garden. There really isn't much to see here besides some basalt columns (which you can also see along the falls trail). Not really worth the extra hike, unless you are into geology.