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University Falls Trailhead

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

University Falls Trailhead sign (MileageMike25000)
University Falls in winter (bobcat)


Hikes starting here

Driving Directions

Drive Highway 26 west from Beaverton for about 15 miles and bear left for Highway 6, Banks, and Tillamook.

Drive 19.1 miles on Highway 6 before turning left at the summit for Rogers Camp Trailhead and Browns Camp.

Immediately come to the junction for Rogers Camp and bear right on gravel Saddle Mountain Road for Browns Camp, University Falls Trailhead, and Stagecoach Horse Camp.

After 0.7 miles on the gravel road, bear right at a signposted junction for the University Falls Trailhead.

In 0.4 miles, after passing the Deyoe Creek Trailhead bear right again for University Falls.

Keep right at a second junction and cross a wooden bridge, driving for 1.6 miles on University Falls Road to another junction.

Go right here and, in 0.6 miles, pull into the small parking area at the clearly signed University Falls Trailhead.

Other Notes

  • Watch for ATVs on Saddle Mountain Road.
  • The road is plowed in winter, but not on a daily basis.

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