Explore the most popular nature trips trails near Glide with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great Hike with spectacular views on the summit. We did it in early May and the snow was still pretty deep(obviously) and so we wore our mountaineering boots and just slogged up it. We brought snow shoes too but found that just the boots worked best. At the top the trail drops around to the left of the false summit and you have to traverse some slightly sketchy snow field we brought ice axes for this part and kicked steps in. We stayed up on the ridge on the way back down, but be careful of the cornices! They were pretty large and looked ready to go. All in all it took us about five and half hours to summit and another three back down. You could probably do it faster but we were carrying training weight. I'm knocking a star off due mainly to the snowmobiles that drove all the way to the summit and then spun circles around it. Quite obnoxious and sorta ruined the serenity of the mountain top that I crave.

Very pretty no doubt! BUT VERY BUSY!!!! dont bring ur puppies so many ppl.. lots of stairs..

hiking
1 month ago

Amazing. A must see!

It was my first time in years sense I’ve been there. It was even more beautiful than I remember. It was my three dogs and myself that went. Found some pretty cool areas just around the falls as well. :)

nice, easy hike in. no snow but a few spots of minor mud but ends with breathtaking view of the falls.

nature trips
1 month ago

The pool! Can climb down with rope. Stairs super well maintained. About 100 steps up and the same down. Clean, bathroom setting at trailhead. Went in March, no snow, not cold: just perfect weather. Tons of water.

Great quick and easy hike to a beautiful waterfall. Stopped on the way to Crater Lake and it was totally worth it. Check out video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcRCOVhdvhI

hiking
3 months ago

Heavily trafficked trail. Family friendly and pet friendly. Well marked and easy to find. If you make the drive all this way, I recommend visiting some of the other waterfalls along Hwy 138. Clearwater Falls and Whitehorse Falls are along side the road and do not require any hiking to see them. Watson Falls (the 3rd tallest waterfall in Oregon) is about 2-3 miles round trip. Umpqua Hot Springs is also proximal, but be prepared for nudity if you decide to stop by.

4 months ago

One of the best waterfalls I've been to but very heavily trafficked. If you are feeling adventures you can go off the trail and climb down some steep rocks to the bottom of the waterfall. Since it's such a short hike you might as well take advantage of the Umpqua hot springs a few miles down the road after.

4 months ago

Beautiful and easy stroll to the view point! Dog friendly, and our pup loved it!

hiking
5 months ago

Heavily trafficked, yet easy trail. Did this trail early November, 2017. The view of the falls is gorgeous. We went off trail and climbed down (not recommended, but very amazing). Steep scramble down the side of the rock. Big safety risk.

hiking
6 months ago

This place is so beautiful.. easy trail and worth every minute. The waterfall is breathtaking.

6 months ago

Really nice hike. It is rated "more difficult" due to the over 200 steps on the path (each way), but it isn't very hard at all if the steps don't bother you. The steps are well maintained and there are easy places to stop and rest along the way. The waterfall is absolutely gorgeous, and the entire trail is picturesque.

on Toketee Falls

6 months ago

I was all over this Trail identic photos got to see some amazing views. I also stopped on Highway side and hike down from there and got a aerial view of topside

walking
7 months ago

Short. Easy. Crowded when we were there. Amazing view of falls from platform.

8 months ago

Great view from the base of the waterfall. It is a shame they fenced it, but you can easily hop it

hiking
8 months ago

So amazing! I was a little bit afraid to go down to the waterfalls but I just take my time and it was ok (went down with 2 Chihuahuas, one at a time). hope that I can return there one day!

hiking
9 months ago

A nice hike on September 10, 2016. We went to the top to see amazing views of Mt. Thielsen, Howlock Mt., Mt. Bailey, Diamond Peak, Cowhorn and more. After a short lunch, 3 of us decided to make our way down the side of Tipsoo and across the meadow to the high point of the PCT for the states of Oregon and Washington. We followed our GPS devices back to the trail and back down.

9 months ago

I highly recommend going at an odd hour so you don't show up when the mass crowds are their. At the end of the trail (overlook) you can go off the trail and scale down to the water. Its not very easy but if you are in shape its doable.

hiking
9 months ago

Beautiful falls, easy path, does have some stairs, be prepared if you hate stairs like my wife does, Most Mosquitoes I have encountered that I can ever think of off the top of my head, (at least in July) The kids & I did climb down to the bottom of the falls (This in NOT a hike) do not attempt if you to not like heights, you WILL be using your hands

9 months ago

It's a nice hike. Just can't get very close to the waterfall unless you climb the safety fence.

My tracks were from Tioga Trail Bridge (about in the middle of the Tioga Segment) west for 1.6 miles. Short bike ride on a hot day. Turns out this section is an old roadbed - wide & easy. It'd be great for families or total dirt newbies. Despite going west, you actually are climbing the whole ride - gently. We turned around where the roadbed ends and a steep downhill of switchbacks start.

Neither this source nor the FS/BLM maps tell that this section can be cut in half (more or less) by this trailbridge.

Love this waterfall

It was a scramble to get to the base of the waterfall but well worth it. The water was freezing but refreshing. Absolutely beautiful!

9 months ago

Too many bugs!!!

hiking
9 months ago

Just okay for me. Too many people. Not really much of an actual hike. And you don't really get all that close to the waterfall unless you climb down the side trail. I would do that if I were to go again. It's a very pretty waterfall and definitely worth checking out if you've never been.

hiking
9 months ago

Took this trail July 22 around sunset. We were the last ones of the short .4 mile one way trail. A lot of mosquitoes from the beginning and only got worse once reaching the upper lookout. There is a steep rope trail leading to the bottom of the falls. You can access this trail through a whole in the Upper Lookout Gate. Worth the short hike down to get a view from the bottom of the falls and pool. Bug spray would be useful but very easy trail with a few uphill stair portions. One of the better waterfalls in Oregon

We made it up within a mile from the top. Snow became to deep and consistent to find the trail. Still worth the hike to see the views. Just disappointed we could not get past the tree line

on Toketee Falls

10 months ago

Pretty Hike. So many little areas to explore & super easy trail. Love this area.

10 months ago

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