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Upper North Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Upper North Falls (Steve Hart)
Upper North Falls (Steve Hart)
Large tree fallen at Upper North Falls (Steve Hart)

Description

Upper North Falls is the only waterfall in Silver Falls State Park that's not on a trail loop. Stashed away east of the highway, 65-foot "Upper North" is often overlooked or forgotten by visitors. For that reason it may be the most peaceful waterfall in the park. The North Fork of Silver Creek drops off of a basalt ridge here.

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