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Middle Siouxon Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Middle Siouxon Falls from the log viewpoint (bobcat)

Description

At 37 feet, Middle Siouxon Falls is the highest waterfall on Siouxon Creek itself. As with the other waterfalls in the area, it is perhaps best visited in the spring/early summer or in the fall after the rains have begun.

The trailside view is not ideal, so if you want a full-on, unobstructed view of the falls, descend to the creek bank where it runs closest to the trail below the falls. Then push your way to some large logs that you can walk along to get better views.

There's a good campsite below the trail between Middle and Upper Siouxon Falls.

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