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.
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.
So many beautiful sights!
This is a great loop trail that has been very properly kept. The waterfalls are beautiful. Definitely an easy hike that's really about the journey and not the destination.
If you're starting at the South Falls parking lot AND are doing the entire 7.1 mile loop, I recommend heading east to winter falls first going counterclockwise and then finishing at South Falls. There is nothing to see between the parking lot and Winter Falls so it may be better to get over the boring part first instead of doing it at the end. Be there by 8am to miss the crowds.
Gorgeous hike this time of year. The waterfalls are all so full. I suggest going early in the morning to avoid crowds though!
Wow, Wow, Wow! Very nice hike with amazing waterfalls. We took the large wheeled stroller with our two year old and made it fine. Lots of steps on one end, not too many on the Rim trail. We recommend hiking in a direction that finishes on the Rim trail.
Wet and pretty muddy. Wish dogs were allowed on the whole trail... what's up with that? Not many covered places to stop for lunch. Embrace getting wet and have fun. Waterproof gear helped my seven year old get through fine.
I can understand how people say the spring and fall are the time to see Silver Falls. There must have been 20 waterfalls! March was a good time!