- Easy (to Timber Creek)
- 5.8 miles round trip
- 200 feet elevation gain
- Open all year
- Moderate (to Road 1828 with shuttle)
- 9 miles one way
- 700 feet elevation gain
The popular trail along this woodsy, low-elevation creek has attractions for each season: fall mushrooms, winter solitude, spring wildflowers, and best of all, summertime swimming holes. For an easy hike, turn back at Timber Creek. Or shuttle a bicycle to the upper trailhead, hike 9 miles of the trail one-way, and shoosh back on 7 miles of pavement to your car.
To start, drive Interstate …
The trail begins in an …
The Fall Creek Trail continues …
This chapter is an excerpt from 100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Central Oregon Cascades.