North Umpqua Trail: Marsters Segment
The North Umpqua Trail: Marsters Segment is a short stretch of the much longer North Umpqua Trail that follows along the winding banks of the North Umpqua River as it cuts across the Oregon landscape. While out on the trail, you will follow the water’s edge and enjoy wonderfully scenic views of the surrounding woodland landscape. Hikers should take note that this is a one way route; be sure to plan a pick up at the end of the trail, utilize nearby campgrounds, or hike back along the trail to its start.
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Route Description for North Umpqua Trail: Marsters Segment
If you aren’t keen on spending several days outdoors but still want to experience a small slice of the 127.1 km long North Umpqua Trail, then the North Umpqua Trail: Marsters Segment is the perfect route for you to explore.
Setting out from the trailhead near Calf Creek, you will make your way to the northeast through the forest landscape, keeping the sound of the rushing water on your left. Eventually, the trail will turn more to the east, continuing alongside the banks of the North Umpqua River to reach the endpoint of the trail.
If you are planning on camping outdoors and continuing along the next segment of the North Umpqua Trail, the Eagle Rock Campground can be found a bit further to the east.
Getting to the North Umpqua Trail: Marsters Segment Trailhead
The starting point for the North Umpqua Trail: Marsters Segment can be found at the junction between the North Umpqua Trail and Calf Creek Trail, just south of where the latter meets the North Umpqua Highway.
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