Umpqua National Forest

Trails in Umpqua Nat'l Forest

Abbott Butte Trail

This spur trail leaves the main Trail #1470, following the old road to Abbott Butte. The Abbott Butte Lookout is deteriorating and entering or climbing it is not recommended. From the lookout site, you can see the Cascade Range, rim of Crater Lake, and even Mount Shasta on a ...

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Acker Divide Trail

Parking available for two to four vehicles, including horse trailers. Facilities include: Picnic table and fireplace, one hitch rail, and a primitive composting toilet. This trail provides access to 3 destinations: Buckeye and Cliff Lakes via Lakes Trail #1578 to the north; Grasshopper Mountain via Grasshopper Trail #1574; and the ...

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Acker Rock Trail

This trail leads to Acker Rock Lookout, an active fire detection lookout. The lookout may also be in the recreation rental program at times. Please respect renters, Forest Service personnel, or contractors when you visit the site. Umpqua National Forest 2900 NW Stewart Parkway Roseburg, OR 97471 (541) 672-6601 Directions From the Tiller Ranger ...

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Adams Mountain Trail

District: Cottage Grove Season: Early Spring-Late Fall Elevation: 1,700 - 4,200 Feet Fee: No Amount of Use: Light Difficulty: Most Difficult Trail Length: 3.6 Miles Recommended Use: Hiking and Technical Mountain Biking Attractions: Early miners traveling from Lund Park to Bohemia City via the Knott trail originally used the Adams Mountain Way Trail. The trail predominantly ...

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Beaver Creek Trail

Trailhead is undeveloped. Parking is limited at the Road #3114-250 junction. There is parking for two to three vehicles, including horse trailers at the Road #3114-600 junction. This trail descends through big trees, open meadows, and old harvest units on it's way into Beaver Creek drainage. Be prepared to wade ...

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Beaver Swamp Trail

Trailhead is developed for hiker use. Parking available for four to six vehicles. Facilities include: picnic table, fireplace, and a primitive composting toilet. Horse use at the trailhead is discouraged. Parking for stock vehicles and trailers is available on the 2840-500 road, one-eighth mile from the Trailhead. This trail is ...

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Big Squaw Trail

The rock cliff area of Big Squaw Mountain is visible from the old harvest unit where the trail begins. The trail crosses the unit to the south and enters an old-growth Douglas-fir forest, then continues through the old-growth with a moderate elevation gain to some small open clearings at ...

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Black Rock Creek Trail

This trail traverses dense and open timber stands, lush meadows, and small seasonal streams. The huge Black Rock Meadow with water and a myriad of wildflowers can be seen from the trail. Black Rock Meadow is a good choice for camping. The west trailhead is near Rolling Grounds, a ...

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Bohemia Mountain Trail

District: Cottage Grove [PHOTO: View of Fairview Peak from Bohemia Mountaing - Photo by: Cindy Pack]Season: Summer to Late Fall Elevation: 5,300 - 5,987 Feet Fee: No Amount of Use: Moderate Difficulty: Most Difficult Trail Length: 0.8 Mile Recommended Use: Hiking The Bohemia Mountain Trail leads up a steep grade to the rocky summit of Bohemia Mountain, ...

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Bohemia National Recreation Trail

District: Cottage Grove [PHOTO: Misty scene with Rodies in forground and evergreens in back. Photo by Cindy Pack]Season: Summer-Late Fall Elevation: 3,200 - 4,800 Feet Fee: No Amount of Use: Light Difficulty: More Difficult Trail Length: 6.7 Miles Recommended Use: Hiking, Horse Riding, Mountain and Motor Biking The Bohemia Trail was originally constructed in 1864-65 as ...

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Boulder Creek Trail

This trail is within the Boulder Creek Wilderness. No motorized or mechanized equipment is permitted, including mountain bikes. The trail travels on and off Boulder Creek for the lower 6 miles, then leaves the creek and proceeds along the ridge-top to the Calapooya Divide. This is a fairly steep ...

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Boze Shelter Trail

Elevation : 2,560' - 2,500' Season : Summer, and Fall This trail leads to a historic trail shelter beside Black Rock Fork of the South Umpqua River. Umpqua National Forest 2900 NW Stewart Parkway Roseburg, OR 97471 (541) 672-6601 Directions From the Tiller Ranger Station take County Road #46, which becomes South Umpqua road #28, for ...

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Bradley Ridge Trail

Trailhead parking does not provide a favorable opportunity for turning around vehicles pulling trailers. Other options for turning around exist nearby. This trail passes through a forested ridge-top with views of the North Umpqua Canyon before reaching the rock overhangs, or caves, where the Umpqua Indians once lived. The caves ...

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Bradley Trail

One of the first trails through the area, this trail was named after Bill Bradley who used the trail in the early 1900's as a trade route to the east side of the Cascades. The trail once crossed the Cascades near Windigo Pass. Most of the trail was destroyed ...

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Brice Creek Trail

District: Cottage Grove [PHOTO: Brice Creek - Photo by: Cindy Pack]Season: Year Round Elevation: 1,200 - 2,000 Feet Fee: No Amount of Use: Medium-Heavy Difficulty: Easy to More Difficult Trail Length: 5.7 Miles Recommended Use: Hiking The Brice Creek Trail traverses a scenic, rocky canyon with numerous small waterfalls and pools along Brice creek. It is a ...

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