Following these guidelines will help protect sensitive waterfall areas.
Protect fragile vegetation, stay on the trail.
Be sure matches are completely out. Crush and pack out all cigarettes.
Wash with biodegradable soap, away from open water.
Stream water is easily contaminated by human or animal wastes. If no toilets are available, bury solid wastes in "catholes" 6-8 inches deep, 200 feet from water, campsites, and trails. Pack out toilet paper.
Pack it in, pack it out! Leave nothing behind.
This brochure is a cooperative project developed by the Roseburg District, Bureau of Land Management and the Umpqua National Forest.