Yakso Falls Trail is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Glide, Oregon that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, birding, and mountain biking and is best used from March until September.
Little River drops 70 feet, as protruding rocks spread the water flow to make Yakso Falls a spectacular sight. The Yakso Falls Trail passes through an old-growth forest which has been selective logged and has many wildflowers during the early spring. Rhododendrons are plentiful and the waterfall is approximately 70 feet high.
Beautiful falls, great for kids! Not really a sign visible from the road telling you that you are at Yakso Falls trail, so you have to keep your eyes peeled if you don't know the area. Worth the drive!
It was a beautiful and short hike out and back to the waterfall. The falls were stunning and one of the more unique that I have seen. The last five miles of the drive are on a gravel road and the mosquitoes were rather thick; probably because of the adjacent very small "lake" and our early summer timing. Also, it was very near hemlock falls which made it even more worth the trip.
Great little "hike." I say it like that because it felt like a stroll in the woods rather than a hike. This short 0.75 mile trail leads to a beautiful waterfall and pool beneath. I went in late June and the water was still roaring over the cliffside. Come later in the summer for a lower flow which would make for better photos if you're into photography.
Really short trail; but good warm up in the morning up hill on the way in but a nice downhill on the way back. I have done this trail numerous times while camped at lake in the woods and have never seen others on it. Guess I have just been lucky:)
easy hike peaceful beautiful area nice Lake across trail head. Definitely recommend
This is an easy hike into a beautiful waterfall. The trailhead is directly across the road from the Lake in the Woods campground so park your car in their day use area. A notice at the trail head warned of a foot bridge being under repairs at 0.25 miles bit the small creek it services was completely dry (mid August) and we walked right over the dry bed. Don't let this stop you. As remote as this area is we were surprised to encounter two other hiking couples, one on the way in and one on the way out. Although the day was warm, as we were descending down to the base of the waterfall during the last few hundred feet of the trail, the air cooled significantly and the mist of the falls was very refreshing.
Beautiful waterfall with a little rock beach. Great place to pack in a lunch and hang out for an afternoon.
Very pretty short hike- .7 miles. It is marked a moderate trail.