Pinard Falls Trail
The Pinard Falls Trail is a wonderful hiking adventure in Umpqua National Forest that will lead you to a serene waterfall setting. While out hiking the trail, you will meander along a short path through the peaceful temperate rainforest setting, enjoying the views of the surrounding woodland scenery before arriving at the magical site of Pinard Falls. This route can get busy during peak hours, so be sure to plan your hike accordingly.
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Route Description for Pinard Falls Trail
If you find yourself in Oregon exploring the beauty of Umpqua National Forest, then the Pinard Falls Trail is a quick and easy hike that offers a great reward for a minimal amount of required effort.
Setting out from the side of Forest Road 1790, you will follow the trail as it leads southeast through a magical scratch of temperate rainforest. Take your time here to appreciate the serene setting, before arriving at Pinard Falls along Layng Creek.
Here, you can explore the surrounding area and pause for a quick break to take in the natural beauty of the cascading falls. When you have finished, simply head back along the same trail to return to your vehicle.
Getting to the Pinard Falls Trail Trailhead
The starting point for the Pinard falls Trail can be found at the Pinard Falls Trailhead on Forest Road 1790.
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