Wolf Creek Falls Trail
Roseburg District | OR
Season Dates: 1/1 - 12/31
During the rainy season of winter and early spring, Wolf Creek Falls puts on a massive display of the strength and power of water. Spring brings lush vegetation and vibrant colors for photographers. Spring and early fall days, especially with a light overcast, are considered the best weather conditions for taking memorable photos. The reduced water flows in the summer months reveal the delicate and complex channels and pathways that water has carved into the bedrock cliffs underneath Wolf Creek Falls. Across from the parking area for this trail, you will find a small picnic area and vault toilet. Trail length: 1.2 miles. The trail is not accessible to people who use wheelchairs due to the 13% grade on the first footbridge.
The trailhead is located 10.7 miles up Little River Road (County Road 17) which starts from Highway 138 in Glide, Oregon. Elevation: 1200'