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Middle North Falls

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Middle North Falls from the spur trail (Steve Hart)
The spur trail behind Middle North Falls (Steve Hart)


Middle North Falls is one of the most majestic waterfalls in Silver Falls State Park. In many ways, it's similar to Lower South Falls. The water cascades from a wide sheet about 100 feet into a large basin. Middle North Falls is one of four waterfalls on the Canyon Trail which has a trail going behind the waterfall. Centuries of erosion have opened a large grotto behind the waterfall, and a trail has been constructed through the grotto. The Middle North Falls Trail is sometimes closed due to the danger of falling rocks.

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Middle North Falls from the Canyon Trail (Steve Hart)
The trail junction leading behind the falls (Steve Hart)
The lip of the falls. It's over 100 feet down (Steve Hart)
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