Trestle Creek Falls Loop Hike
The Trestle Creek Falls Loop Hike is an awesome adventure in Oregon that will take you to not one, but two amazing waterfalls within Umpqua National Forest. While out on the trail, you will hike along Brice Creek and climb uphill to reach the Upper Trestle Creek Falls, before descending to the lower falls. Parking at this trailhead is limited, so be sure to arrive early if you want to secure a space.
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Route Description for Trestle Creek Falls Loop Hike
For those who want to spend an afternoon on the trails and pack as many waterfalls into their adventure as possible, the Trestle Creek Falls Loop Hike is a great route to explore.
Setting out from the trailhead, you will make your way to the southeast alongside the banks of Brice Creek, before turning to the northwest. Here, you will climb uphill through the serene forest landscape to arrive at the Upper Trestle Creek Falls.
Take a few moments to revel in the beauty of the falls, before following the trail downhill to the southwest. Eventually, you will turn left along the Brice Creek Trail, following it until you arrive at the edge of Trestle Creek. Turning left, you will take a short detour to visit the Lower Trestle Creek Falls, before heading back to the main trail.
From here, continue on to the southeast, following the edge of Brice Creek until you arrive back at the trailhead. If you are looking for a longer adventure in the area, be sure to check out the Brice Creek Hiking Trail.
Getting to the Trestle Creek Falls Loop Hike Trailhead
The trailhead for the Trestle Creek Falls Loop Hike can be found along Brice Creek Road, right next to the junction with Champion Creek Road.
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