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Trail of Ten Falls

Silverton, OR

Trail of Ten Falls is a 7.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Silverton, OR that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October.

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Recent Reviews

on Table Rock Trail
6 hours ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

beautiful

on Table Rock Trail
14 days ago

hiking
5 Completed2 Reviews

Breathtaking! I've done this hike a couple times and both times it was amazing. It's pretty neat the way you hike the front side of table rock at the bad then hike up the backside to the top. Definitely a less crowded hike which helps make the sights more worth it!


17 days ago

Beautiful hike but only real view once at the lookout was Table Rock.. however the trek over to Rooster Rock so worth it.. amazing 360° panoramic view. Definitely doing Rooster Rock again on a clearer day.

on Table Rock Trail
28 days ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

Wow, what a treat that was. It always amazes me how many hours that must have been put in to create such a beautiful trail.

on Table Rock Trail
1 month ago

hiking
4 Completed1 Reviews

Fantastic and very fun and beautiful.

on Table Rock Trail
2 months ago

7 Completed6 Reviews

I don't see the hike I did on here, so my review is a hike from old bridge trailhead to rooster rock. We thought about making our way to Table rock but the snow turned us around. The 3k foot elevation gain/loss is fairly difficult! There is a rock outcrop west of rooster rock that provides amazing 360 degree views.

on Table Rock Trail
2 months ago

hiking
24 Completed10 Reviews

We went up 5/1/2016 and there was still quite a bit of snow towards the top. We brought our dog and nearly lost him in the snow crevasses so decided to turn around and finish the hike next month once the snow has finished melting. Beautiful terrain however, and looking forward to attempting it again. I'm sure this is worthy of five stars once you reach the top, we just weren't able to get there yet!!

on Molalla River Corridor
3 months ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Great trail system, the pin on this location can send you to the wrong spot if opened in google maps. It's not too hard to find off s. Dickey prairie rd.

on Table Rock Trail
3 months ago

hiking
34 Completed28 Reviews

4-9-16 Our traditional hike up Table Rock was early this year, really didn't think the road would be open yet... BUT IT WAS! Some snow drifts on the section from parking area to the actual OLD trail head that heads into the woods but nothing too bad. We took the shortcut that bypasses the bolder field (not going to tell you where that is). At the switchbacks near the top there was a lot of snow drifts that had NO tracks in them , not fun but yet again it was. You really had to know the trail because in spots it just disappeared under the snow. We kept falling through the snowdrifts... At the top about 2 to 3 feet of snow I'm guessing. Clear day so you could see St. Helens, Rainer, Adams Hood, and Jefferson. On way down finally saw the 2 groups that started at same time we did, they went normal route and had a very hard time going through the bolder field.

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on Molalla River Corridor
3 months ago

walking
4 Completed4 Reviews

Must've gotten bad directions. Ended up stopped at a gate on S Mololla Forest Rd, continued on foot down the road for about 1.5 miles until it returned to pavement and could see a house up ahead. No trails leading off and everything on both sides of the road was posted. Was a nice walk otherwise, but not what I had in mind...

on Table Rock Trail
3 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

The trail was awesome, however we didn't expect the snow. I do it again on multiple occasions

on Table Rock Trail
8 months ago

hiking
34 Completed28 Reviews

11-8-15 My annual trip up table rock... It was getting a little late in the season and not sure if I would make it up since the road is snowed in most of the winter. This was my first time up by myself. I knew the weather was going to be poor, as in pouring rain however it did stop near the top so it could snow sideways (a total blast) no joking I loved the whole thing. The trail was still in good shape, I did take the shortcut and didn't see anyone until the very top, they said the regular trail was washed out in one area and it was hard to get by. The fog and snow was so thick at the top you could only see 100 yards but that was ok, still one of the best hikes up.

"Get off your butt and enjoy the outdoors no matter the weather"

on Table Rock Trail
9 months ago

13 Completed2 Reviews

It was ACA-AMAZING!! Best hike ever!! Well so far the best. Just loved every minute of it. The views are spectacular!! It's a must do again!!

on Table Rock Trail
10 months ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful hike! One of my favorite places in central Oregon. Went on a weekday with beautiful weather. Only passed a couple other hikers. Great place to hike with your dog off leash providing your dog has trail experience. Can't wait to go back!

on Pechuck Lookout
10 months ago

hiking
156 Completed90 Reviews

easy to follow trail. nice views , the look out is very cool.

on Table Rock Trail
10 months ago

14 Completed4 Reviews

on Table Rock Trail
11 months ago

86 Completed34 Reviews

Nice easy hike to the top. Good views from up there. Trail has shade for most of it.

on Baty Silver King Trail
11 months ago

hiking
34 Completed34 Reviews

How does this hike have no reviews? It's so pretty! It offers lots of scenery and I saw a lot of songbirds. It was definitely not a moderate hike though...I thought it was easy as pie, but people are different. Really good hike...just not that hard.

on Table Rock Trail
1 year ago

hiking
36 Completed18 Reviews

Did this hike a couple days ago & I still can't get over how great it was. I wasn't too keen on the first part on the old road surface, but once you get into the forest it's great. When we reached the boulder field it was such an amazing view of Table Rock and I couldn't wait to get up top for the other awesome views of the Willamette Valley and the major peaks of the Cascade Range. Will for sure be visiting this trail again.

on Lower Molalla River Trail...
1 year ago

hiking
2 Completed2 Reviews

It was a very nice easy hike, made our way to Annie's cabin. Then went up to the top of the trail it was wet when we went and the trail was muddy and slippery in spots. Did not read the sign that said closed for bikes and horses but open for foot traffic. We were hiking and had the whole area almost to ourselves we did not do the route we wanted we could have if I just read the darn sign. Oh well it was still fun and not too hard at all. The trail head could be marked a whole lot better other than that nice easy hike nothing to out hard they were doing trail maintenance and making a new trail so the map I had was out dated.