Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway
United States Forest Service    |   Bureau of Land Management
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NORTH UMPQUA SEGMENT

The North Umpqua segment passes through rolling hillsides of mixed oak and conifers, transitioning into virgin stands of Douglas-fir, sugar pine, cedar and hemlock trees. For 40 miles the Byway parallels the North Umpqua Wild & Scenic River, famed for its remarkable emerald green waters and steelhead trout habitat. In this corridor you will discover many recreation activities -- fishing, camping, rafting, hiking, biking, photography, and watchable wildlife sites. The upper portion of the segment is rich in geologic formations which contribute to its spectacular scenery.

Points Of Interest
1Colliding Rivers
2Rock Creek Fish Hatchery
3Swiftwater Recreation Area
4North Umpqua Trail
5Susan Creek Falls
6Fall Creek Falls
7Mott Bridge
8North Umpqua River
*also see the North Umpqua Trail Website

Other Byway Segments

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The North Umpqua Segement The High Cascades The Upper Rogue Segment Segment Brochures
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Beautiful mountain morning Mott Bridge