||MODERATE (west to east)
|DIFFICULT (east to west)
Named after a volcanic plug that rises 1500-feet above
the river, this trail segment follows high along the
canyon rim. At the western end, you'll pass by the Soda
Springs Dam and Reservoir, then cross Medicine and Slide
Creeks. Look for a great view from an open bluff 500
feet above the North Umpqua River.
side trip will take you to see
Medicine Creek Indian Pictographs, one-mile up Road
4775. Please respect this cultural heritage site. Near
Toketee Lake is
Toketee Falls, a double-tiered waterfall plunging 80
and 40-feet over a sheer wall of columnar basalt to
the emerald pool below.