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I completed this trail November 6th, 2019. From approximately 1:30pm - 3:00pm. Did the full Jeffrey Pine Loop and completed Little Falls and back. November this year had a solid week or 2 of warm sunny days above 70°. I was worried about the trail being muddy like it was in my April 1st, 2017 experience, but due to the nice warm weather the trail was nice and dry. Was a beautiful hike in 70° weather! One of my favorite short/medium length, easier hikes.

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rocky
8 days ago

The lava flows on this trail are worth visiting once. They truly contrast from the green forest and makes it a sight worth seeing. Easy to moderate hike with on and off shade.

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10 days ago

beautiful hike...amazing fall colors!

A family favorite. This trail has a great destination. The Rogue River falls 15 feet vertically over a short distance. Fish are occasionally jumping up the falls. Great photo opportunity. Beautiful location for nature watching and fishing. During the summer you can also watch rafter attempt to go over this class 5 Rapid.

As others have pointed out, this hike leads to a large rapid in the Rogue River, so the "falls" name is a little misleading. A lovely hike, perfect in autumn. Wasn't lucky enough to see any salmon. Saw about 15 other people on the trail on a Saturday afternoon.

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rocky
17 days ago

Gorgeous views throughout the hike. Might see a few people on either side of the river. It did feel longer than what is listed. Wasn’t steep at all and anyone can do it. Also it gets very rocky towards the end!!

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rocky
22 days ago

Nice trail alongside the Rogue River. Beautiful views the whole way. Half of the trail is pretty rocky so I had to watch my feet a lot & stop for the views. You can get to some small sandy beaches from the trail.

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22 days ago

Well maintained trail. Have done this one in the spring and now the fall. It is only 2.5 miles total.

One of my favorites so far.

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rocky
28 days ago

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muddy
29 days ago

Beautiful hike. Not a soul in site. Heard growling about 3/4 of the way in near the Interpretative Trail cutoff. I didn’t see anything, but sounded like a bear. Hike in groups and use caution.

Quiet and peaceful trail. Saw a few people crossing the river when it was raging and one of them fell. Waterfall flow can change without warning so be mindful of weather changes.

on Rainie Falls Trail

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rocky
30 days ago

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1 month ago

The trail is a long, steady uphill for the first 3-4 miles. Elevation gain was fairly spaced out, and the hike was not difficult. Hiked to Shale Butte, then up to Devils. Look for the rock carrom marking the summit cutoff on the southwest flank. Alta Lake is a short hike on roughly the same contour as the trail and worth the hike! Total distance including Shale Butte and Alta Lake was just over 13 miles.

Did this on a Mtn. Bike... great flow, quick jumps all in all a great experience..

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1 month ago

Nice easy walk. Worth the stop.

great day hike

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blowdown
bridge out
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over grown
1 month ago

Not much of a trail. Didn’t find the falls so I think I got lost... was fun actually but definitely watch out. Lots of snags, climbing over things, easy to lose the trail, etc.

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1 month ago

This is one of my favorite hikes. It’s also referred to as the Upper Rogue River and Woodruff Bridge Trail. To find the trail head from the Natural Bridge parking area, head towards the footbridge and right before it look for a trail on the left. It’s easy to miss. There’s a sign that says Upper Rogue River Trail Number 1034. This is it. After about a mile and a half, you’ll reach a split—go right to the Knob Falls viewing point, go left to continue on to Woodruff Bridge. In October, you’ll see lots of fall foliage and lots of different kind of mushrooms. The best fall foliage will be seen between Knob Falls and Woodruff Bridge, so go all the way down if you have time. It’s an easy trail, with the only incline being on the way back from Woodruff Bridge. My total distance in addition to the Knob Falls Viewpoint was around 7 miles.

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1 month ago

We only went to the top if the first hill... it was a solid 2.5 miles of up hill, but the views at the top were worth it. We had to bushwhack a little to get the view. Ww will do it again when we have more light.

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rocky
1 month ago

VERY rocky, definitely wear good, sturdy shoes. It was awesome seeing the water the whole way and the friendly rafters as well. I wouldn’t really consider it moderate, it was pretty easy! It was a great trail and I’d definitely do it again!

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1 month ago

Fun stuff. Quite rocky so wear good footwear. Also not much of a falls. More like a cool, big rapid.

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1 month ago

This is wonderfully groomed trail for multi use. I hear that is thanks to volunteers from the local motorcycle club. There is nothing extremely difficult and the trail is easy on the feet. So many different landscapes. the views are spectacular. I went just over 4 miles and thought I'd seen about all there was so I turned back after the second open ridge. Perhaps I should have continued. I think I must have been close to the Stein Butte lookout that I see pictured. But, all said, it was a good day.

I've given this because it is such a workout with a great prize at the end. Straight up on not the best conditioned trail, with no switch backs. definitely "hard" but satisfying.

Awesome waterfall hike! Nicely graded switchbacks. (Please stay on trail, shortcutters are eroding the surrounding area!) Worth the drive off the highway for sure.

Most of this trail is a gravel road. What’s not is heavily traveled by cattle. The falls are not remarkable. I’d skip this one.

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1 month ago

I hardly never leave 2 review but the a big tree has fallen and the trail was not in great condition. Take the Francis Shrader trail instead of this, you will Not be disappointed!

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