In 1908, two rangers on horseback named a four-mile
ridgeline south of the river as "Dread and Terror"
in reference to the disagreeable possibility of fighting
forest fires in the impenetrable thickets of white thorn
brush blanketing the area.
Many forms of flowing water make this segment unique.
Just east of the Umpqua Hot Springs, you'll discover
Surprise and Columnar Falls. Several miles farther you'll
Falls, a wonderful 102-foot "horsetail-type"