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Didn’t make it all the way due to lack of time. Made it 5 miles round trip. Was a great hike. On one top of ridges can see the Steve Peak and grayback mt.(opposite of Applegate lake)

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muddy
rocky
washed out
7 days ago

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snow
9 days ago

I actually missed part of this trail and ended up on 4015 instead of 30. As soon as you leave the lot stay right if you want to go to the shelter. My route had beautiful solitude and fresh powder . Beautiful area.

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blowdown
washed out
15 days ago

Like previous reviews stated, shortly into our hike we lost the trail. We climbed and wandered for an hour and a half but never found the rest of the trail. The river and falls were beautiful, but there was trash and broken glass along the way. I don’t recommend it.

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28 days ago

Great trail. Can be confusing at times with lots of turn offs. Beautiful scenery.

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blowdown
28 days ago

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blowdown
1 month ago

Nice 4 mile out and back hike. The section early on down by the creek is the most scenic. There are about a half dozen downed trees over the trail that are big enough you have to climb over them or work your way around. At the turn around point at the end of the trail there is a caution sign due to the previous fire. Always funny to find a warning after you have gone through it. Most of the trees in the area seemed to have survived the fire. Still I would avoid the area during windy conditions. The trail seems neglected, but was still in serviceable shape. Anybody have a 6 foot cross cut saw and want to make a path through the fallen trees?

Great trail. Definitely a little sweat worthy. Great for the dogs!

This hike was beautiful! a moderate difficulty with amazing views. and rainie falls was breath taking! check out my video on YouTube! Https://youtu.be/Arzt8UrCBi8

A great trail to view old growth trees, beautiful undergrowth, and hear streams babbling down the slope. More moderate than easy. this trail is well laid out with a brocher to follow the markers along the way. The parking is across from the trailhead. We made a mistake and hiked a bit on what we thought was the trail. oh well. Enjoy.

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1 month ago

Easy to miss, but worth stopping to check out (super quick detour). A short, kid-friendly loop with some cool views of the river gorge below.

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2 months ago

Absolutely beautiful!! But the trail seems to just disappear at .9 miles in..

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scramble
2 months ago

Great trail. The veiw from the top is amazing. there are 3-4 down logs and the trail is fairly Rocky. It's closer to 10 miles according to the GPS. I will absolutely be doing Wagner again.

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
2 months 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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2 months 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
2 months 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
2 months 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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2 months 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
3 months ago

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muddy
3 months 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
3 months ago

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3 months 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.

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