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Went on the Alsea falls trail head that turned out to be more for mountain bikers than trail hikers. We got 8.4 miles heading up the busy bike trail, having to often step off the trail to make way for the mountain bikers. The trail...More
This area has activities for any age. The falls are spectacular, the trail is well maintained and easily accessible for all ages. Close by is the mountain bike trail with all types of challenges that my 21 year old son loves. The roads in and...More
The falls here are more like slabs of concrete with a creek running over them. The area is very pretty, but it is also used by ATVs and is in the midst of an area that has heavy timber harvest, so the area, for us,...More
In October there was a mushroom seminar on identifying different species of mushroom and whether they are edible, etc. Turns out many more are edible than I thought, but it only takes one poisoness mushroom to kill you. Anyway, it was a misty day and...More
This was a pretty easy hike to this little falls. The terrain was a little slippery, but then again we went in March. The falls were full from all the rain and the forrest was just gorgeous. Good parking and falls are easy to find.
The trail, like somebody else said had no signs. It is a very short walk to the first waterfall but the scope of the waterfall is just ok...beautiful in the sense that nature is beautiful, just not impressive as far as waterfalls, especially in Oregon...More
While Alsea Falls is very pretty and you can get very close, it is not well signed. There is another falls a mile away, that I could not find, due to lack of signage. I asked some people that were on the trail and they...More