Thundering Waters - Oregon Cascade Falls User Guide
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Bureau of Land ManagementUnited States Forest Service
Toketee Falls
Type of Falls: Tiered Trail Length: 100 feet - Rating: Easy

A trail leads visitors through an old-growth forest along the North Umpqua River with views of cascading water through a narrow rock gorge. The trail has 200 steps leading to a sturdy deck overlooking the two-tiered falls. The upper descent drops 40-feet, and the lower falls plunge 80-feet over a sheer wall of volcanic basalt. In the Chinook language, the word "Toketee" means "pretty", or "graceful", an apt name for this inspiring waterfall. The trail is for hikers only.

Directions

At milepost 58.6 on Hwy. 138 turn north onto Road 34. Stay left at the Y and cross the bridge Trailhead road is 200 feet on the left.

Nearby Attractions

Toketee Lake Campground, Toketee Ranger Station, Watson Falls. Managed by Diamond Lake Ranger District, USFS

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Toketee Falls

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