Tumalo Falls is a 5.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Bend, OR that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Easy stroll to Henline Falls. To the right of Henline Falls there is an old mine shaft. At some point a steel gate was installed and at a later point a small section was cut out of the gate allowing access. If you are looking for a more challenging venture recommend the 'Ogle Mountain Trail' which is before you arrive at the actual falls and forks to the right and up. It will lead you to the top of the waterfall and onto many other falls. Google "Family Falls" for more info.
The trail to the top of the waterfall is nice but a better trail can take you behind and under the waterfall.
Nice hike through through a sort of Hansel & Gretel like forest. It's a shared trail with bikes, so be aware.
Awesome, easy trail with very light traffic on a weekday besides a couple of mountain bikes. Would be a great trail for a run or a dog that doesn't mind bikes.
Nice easy trail. Worth the hike. I am going to go mountain biking next time.
easy walk but beautiful fall would recommend for family hike
Great little hike. Very easy. Found the hidden trail to the falls. Very cool!
Amazing hike. The waterfall was so beautiful! Make sure you take the hidden trail so you can go behind the falls.
Tumalo Creek Trail is an easy trail and leads to Tumalo Creek Watershed (Tumalo Falls). The waterfall is absolutely beautiful but I didn't realize there is also a parking lot 1/4 of the mile below the falls. There is a small detour on Tumalo Creek Trail that adds an extra mile each way to the hike. We started at Skyliner Snow Park and hiked approximately 3 miles to the waterfall. Also, we found the path that leads down to the bottom of the waterfall, spectacular!
Beautiful falls! Not really a hike though. Only 1/4 mile to the top. You can also go down to the bottom and and look behind the water falls via "hidden" path. Path isn't hidden really at all.
Really easy hike to a beautiful waterfall.