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Susan Creek Falls Trail

Idleyld Park, OR

Susan Creek Falls Trail is a 1.5 mile out and back trail located near Idleyld Park, Oregon that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

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Dunning Ranch

Roseburg, OR

Dunning Ranch

Roseburg, OR

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Roseburg Bicycle and Pedestrian System
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90 Completed 91 Reviews

We walked the part of this trail system that includes the duck pond behind Fred Myers off of exit 125. The path is well maintained and the pond and watershed is quite active with ducks, cranes, beaver, turtles and other wildlife. Many people out today. We walked the nature trail as well and were not impressed. Very run down, not maintained. See my track comments. However, the trail system on general is in good shape.

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Dunning Ranch
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90 Completed 91 Reviews

This trail is actually part of the North Bank Habitat Management Area and starts at its West Entrance. I, too, saw no bicycles on my hike but did run into one person on horseback who was finishing a ride just as I started mine. No others on the trail but it has been raining quite hard and I was looking for a nearby trail in order to intentionally hike in bad weather. Murphy's Law, it didn't rain at all during my trek. The trails are improved gravel roads and improved dirt roads. Note that on wet days the dirt turns to slippery mud and as the downhill part of my hike was quite steep, the mud was actually quite treacherous. I had to walk off to the side of the mud trail and hold onto small tree branches to keep from slipping. The views as you climb elevation are spectacular and this time of year you can see the patchy fog roll throughout the valleys. This is an old cattle ranch and there are some small buildings and remnants of those days scattered throughout the trails. My loop today took me down the Chasm Creek trail but there is not much to see. The creek is only visible in the lower portion of the trail and once you start climbing up this part, there are only trees to see. The entire management area is a great place to take kids (in better weather) and there are many other trails and loops to take besides this one.

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North Umpqua River: Winchester to River Forks Park
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58 Completed 16 Reviews

Beautiful scenery and water. The guide book called it a class IV run, but there was only one rapid that even came close to a class IV; it was a picket fence with narrow slots and didn't have much much drop to it. We did it in 14' rafts, kayaks would have had an even easier run. The whitewater wasn't very challenging but that isn't the only reason to run rivers.

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Dunning Ranch
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This trail is primarily used by horseback riders. (So far I've never seen a bike on it). There are actually loops that can be made. The terrain allows you to climb or descend at varying stages of steepness. When wet it can be slippery.
There are some pretty views of the river from the higher points.
Just wondering why the activity selection doesn't allow horseback riding to be included. Had to put something in or the program wouldn't allow me to submit.

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Coos Bay Wagon Road
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0 Completed 1 Reviews

I love it...go there 3 times a week to hike with the pooches ;)

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