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North Umqua Trail: Hot Springs Segment

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Umpqua National Forest

North Umqua Trail: Hot Springs Segment is a 3.3 mile point-to-point trail located near Crater Lake, Oregon that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 3.3 mi Elevation gain 754 ft Route type Point to Point

Dog friendly

Hiking

Mountain biking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

Hot springs

Wildlife

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Dave Lund
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Beautiful hike. River. crossings were stunning.

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Rheanna M.
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Mary Hare
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Hiking

I loved visiting the hot springs! You can definitely make this trail shorter if you continue up the road to the parking lot. Just be sure to leave no trace— pack out what you pack in!!

Sam Johnson
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Running

Awesome trail! Beautiful views of the river, hillsides, and trees. I started at the campground trailhead at tokatee lake and ran to the hot springs and back. Started out at 67F around 10am then by the time I got back it was 80 degrees, but there was lots of shade so I barely felt the heat at all. No fallen logs in the way, though my clumsy self tripped over some tree roots. There were a couple spots where I could get down to the river and stick my feet in. Highly recommend.

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J H.
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Wakan Burrows
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Hiking

Beautiful trees, moss everywhere, nice mellow grade change, With one of the best Hot Springs I have known at the end of the trail.

Gwyndolyn Styarfyr
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I would rate this trail as easy. It was so beautiful, but a little confusing. we started at the hot springs trailhead. Go over the bridge and turn right, the path will "y" when you see the sign that says "hot springs" and points to the right. it's hard to see that there is a y there as you're coming up an incline and there is no sign saying anything goes to the right. About half way in you'll be dumped onto a road, again with no signage. Go left over the overpass and a trail will open up to your right. About 100 feet in on the trail you will finally see a sign saying tokatee lake is 2 miles.

Amanda Kirkman
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Running

I started at the Toketee Lake trailhead and trail-ran up to the hot springs and back. It was really beautiful. There was one section close to the hot springs trail junction where there was a big landslide and a fallen tree. Had to scramble uphill around the tree trunk and scramble back down on loose rock. It was definitely do-able, though, just use caution.

Mary Blwu
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Hiking

An amazing 8.7 miles round trip trial to the hot springs from a parking lot near Toketee fall, with 1,676 elevation gain. It's trail for those who want to experience what Oregon Trail is all about via "sole" :)

Chris larive
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Mountain biking
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I am a big fan of trails where I can get a soak in after (or before), heck if I could be in a hot spring on my bike I would be in heaven.

Cedric Lopes
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Austin Elliott
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Ryan Sawicki
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Diane McKillop
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Shylow Ervolina
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John Dorry
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Alex Georgevitch
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Sam Johnson
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Shaun Arnett
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Shaun Arnett
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Josef Pifer
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Jooim Y.
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Kim Smith
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Kim Robb
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Tim Vredenburg
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