Whitehorse Falls Trail
Less of a true hike and more along the lines of a quick walk, the Whitehorse Falls Trail will take you through a nice stretch of forest to a gushing waterfall. While out on the trail, you will meander past mature trees set in the picturesque woodland setting, before quickly arriving at the site of the cascading Whitehorse Falls. This adventure doesn’t take much time at all, so you might want to consider pairing it with another hike in the area, such as the Toketee Falls Hike.
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Route Description for Whitehorse Falls Trail
Perfectly suited for anyone with a love of waterfalls – or weary drivers looking to stretch their legs – the Whitehorse Falls Trail is a quick little adventure that will provide some scenic waterfall views for little to no effort.
Setting out from the parking area, you will make your way to the west through the tree cover, following the short-lived path until it quickly brings you to Whitehorse Falls. Take some time to appreciate the beauty of the magical woodland setting, before retracing your steps on the return to your vehicle.
Getting to the Whitehorse Falls Trail Trailhead
The Whitehorse Falls Trailhead can be found next to the Whitehorse Falls Campground along the North Umpqua Highway.
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