Niagara Falls Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located in the state of OR that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Directions from Beaver: Travel east on County Road 858 for 11.8 miles to Forest Route 8533. Follow 8533 south for 4.3 miles to its junction with 8533-131. At the junction, turn right and travel 0.7 mile to the trailhead.
trail is a little difficult to get to and can be difficult to find. GPS takes you to a road, that if you drive down that road (or walk) you will find the trailhead. Trail can be a little slick, with all the rocks, during the wet season. But certainly is a beautiful trail! 2 waterfalls are gorgeous! and has a nice picnic table at the waterfall where you can eat lunch. just remember to bring a towel to sit on! The walk back up can be a little difficult for inexperienced hikers.
This trail is a pain to drive to, but a fun hike with a pretty waterfall. My kids (Ages 17, 15, 11, 6) did ok. The younger ones struggled a bit with the mile hike uphill after leaving the waterfall, but not too bad. Trail is nice and clear with benches to rest at along the way.
Great hike. There isn't much water falling in the summer though.
It is a great and easy hike. Really beautiful. It is short and worth it. Getting there might be tricky. it is a dirt road, logging area, hunters, etc. But there is a small sign 5 miles down. You'll have no problem.
From Hebo, OR, travel north on Highway 101, 4.5 miles to Beaver, OR. From Beaver, OR travel east on Blaine Road for 6 miles. At Blaine Junction, travel east on Upper Nestucca River Road for 5.8 miles to Forest Service Road 8533. Go south 4.3 miles to Forest Service Road 8533-131. Turn right at the junction and travel 0.7 miles to trailhead parking.
From Tillamook, OR, travel south on Highway 101 to Beaver, OR. From Beaver, OR, travel east on Blaine Road for 6 miles. At Blaine Junction, travel east on Upper Nestucca River Road for 5.8 miles to Forest Service Road 8533. Go south 4.3 miles to Forest Service Road 8533-131. Turn right at the junction and travel 0.7 miles to trailhead parking.
Great hike but short very serene.
A nice hike, a little short but still worth it with the bonus of having two waterfalls. Trails are nicely maintained, a bit slippery after a rainy spell which is to be expected. Parking area is small and there are no facilities.
This was fun short hike (out and back in 1.5h with lunch). As the rocks get wetter, use more caution. Not crowded at all, very private. Took our time to get pictures and have lunch at the picnic table at the base of the falls. Forgot a pad to sit on, so we stood and ate lunch. It was also nice that they had put benches along the trail for novice hikers. We used them on the way back up! It was the perfect day to hike.