Trail of Ten Falls

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Trail of Ten Falls is a 7.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Silverton, Oregon that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
7.1 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1433 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

kid friendly

birding

camping

hiking

nature trips

trail running

walking

forest

hot springs

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

muddy

rocky

no dogs

A trail in Silver Falls State Park past 10 beautiful waterfalls, perfect for the whole family. This casual hike through a beautiful canyon in Oregon's largest State park takes you past ten beautiful waterfalls ranging in height from 27 feet to 178 feet and 4 of them you can even walk behind. There are plenty of benches to rest at and the trail is extremely well maintained, perfect for the whole family. The park itself is 9,000 acres and contains over 24 miles of trails for biking and hiking.

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So beautiful.

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Love silver falls. Heading there again to hike today with some good friends :)

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What's better than a trail that takes you to ten different waterfalls and some where you can literally walk behind it?! Amazing. This place got me to fall in love with Oregon so much more. We got here on a Saturday at 12-1pm, it was pretty crowded, but the parking lots are huge, it wasn't hard to find parking. 5 dollar for the pay permit machine, if there isn't anyone in the ticket booth. Also the machines only take cards, no cash.

The hike is about 7 to 8 miles, and it loops around. The waterfalls are gorgeous, ranges from different heights. The trail was well maintained, and the hike was great for everyone. I saw kids, elders doing just fine. Incline was here and there but nothing serious and long. Dogs are only allowed on certain trails at this park, unfortunately not the trail of ten falls though.

Had a great time, me and my friends finished it in about three hours. Also got some amazing photographs of this trip as well. My tip, park as close as you can to the directory map, grab a map, or snap a photo, choose a point and just start walking. It doesn't matter which part you start at in this trail, it'll loop you through it. And if ever you get pooped from all the waterfall and is ready to head back, there's little detour trails that takes you back to the parking lot on this trail.

"Go chase waterfalls."

We arrived around 7:30am and parked in the south side and payed $5 for parking. It's a big parking lot so there's tons of parking. The hike is pretty easy and just beautiful all around. The rim trail is the only trail where dogs are allowed that's why we didn't bring our dog :(( We finished our hike around 12pm and there was still plenty of parking for a Saturday, but I still recommend to go early so that you'll enjoy your hike peacefully and with no crowds. It's totally worth it for better pictures :D

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