Trail of Ten Falls at Silver Falls State Park

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Always something to look at around the next bend, great places to go swimming, totally engulfed by wildlife.

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Jennifer Carter (68)

3 Completed3 Reviews

One of my favorites. The only drawback is that dogs are not allowed. Although, that doesn't stop some people.

John Friend (249)

2 Completed1 Reviews

A wonderful, moderate trek through Oregon forest and falls area, which so much beauty to appreciate along the way.

Kurt M. (316)

Greatest spot in Oregon. Beautiful park, great trail, with many options of where to start and stop. So many waterfalls!

Beware, though, dogs aren't allowed on trail.

Gerard Bonfils (2235)

25 Completed21 Reviews

Went back to this trail in February after a first hike in September a few years back.
Quite naturally, the "stamina" of the waterfall is rather elevated after many weeks of good sustained rains; in particular, the volume of water at the "Winter Falls" was far more consequent that the slow trickle of my September visit.
As I do on many hikes, I got there first thing in the morning (first car in the South Falls parking lot!) and has a good 2 hours of enjoying many of the falls by myself.. a much more "intimate" connection than the "crowded theater" experience a mid-day visit will provide.
A most spectacular hike by any measure (unless you really cannot stand waterfalls :-) )

Damian Vazquez (74)

8 Completed1 Reviews

Kelsey Bolen (300)

8 Completed8 Reviews

Daniel Neill (78)

3 Completed3 Reviews

Hiked about half (there are various cross trails) the full trail. Jan 3rd there were some icy patches on the trail but space to walk around. The waterfalls were amazing, and even one you can walk behind and swim below (not in winter tho, watch for falling icicles). There are multiple places to park, but a small fee at the main lodge area one. Some nice informative signs explain how the area was really part of a large area of Oregon that was once engulfed in lava, several times over the years. Lots of benches along the trail, and the trail is wide and well maintained. Very awe inspiring.

Christina Markin (292)

7 Completed3 Reviews

loved this hike...gorgeous waterfalls...the hike is fairly easy although we did not see all the waterfalls we did make a full loop...

L B (341)

17 Completed12 Reviews

this is my fav hike to date. love the length - almost 9 miles and the scenery is unique. Crazy fall activity. 3 you can walk under. what i did not know....i would get completely wet. take a hat. my hair looked psycho after being sideswiped by many of the 10 falls. i would hike this everyday of my life if i had proximity. no dogs allowed. i get that, after hiking upper McCord falls. with thin walkways, dogs can become an issue. it is wise to ban them here. just an accident waiting to happen.

Lora K (110)

4 Completed4 Reviews

Love this hike. Have been back several times.