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Fall Creek Falls (North Umpqua)

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Fall Creek Falls (lowest tier) (bobcat)

Description

Fall Creek Falls plunges in three tiers through a dense mossy old-growth forest shortly before Fall Creek joins the North Umpqua River. The lowest tier splashes 50 feet into a scenic amphitheater. The middle tier of about 40 feet can be viewed from a switchback in the trail, while the uppermost tier, only 10 feet or so, is just below the road bridge on FR 4710.

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