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Susan Creek Falls

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Susan Creek Falls (bobcat)


Susan Creek Falls is a scenic fan-shaped waterfall that tumbles approximately 40 feet (It is not as high as often claimed) on Susan Creek, which flows into the North Umpqua River. The falls are best viewed in the winter or spring, but they are an attractive sight even at low water as they splash into a plunge pool which issues through a narrow gap between basalt ramparts.

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