‪Abiqua Falls Trail‬

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Chelsea F
6 مساهمات
سبتمبر 2020
‪Abiqua was absolutely beautiful and the water was crystal clear. However it was difficult to get to and so I wanted to leave directions to make it easier for anyone who is going:
From Scott's Mills, take Crooked Finger Rd. At around 9.3 miles, it will open to a clearing and turn into a gravel road. Go for another 1.4 miles and there will be a road to the right with a park map/rules sign. It is about 2.5 miles to the trailhead so if you are okay walking about 6 miles roundtrip you can park at the top, otherwise take a truck to get as close as possible. Anytime the path forks, keep on the main path that goes downhill.
The trail will be on the lefthand side, marked by a graffitied sign. After just a minute or two of walking it will split in several directions: take the leftmost path where you will cross over several fallen logs. You'll reach several ropes attached to trees to help you climb down a very steep section. Gloves might be helpful. When you reach the bottom, follow the river upstream (left) to the falls. The trail is only about half a mile to the falls but is difficult terrain and very steep at times. You will need to have strong, sturdy legs for this hike.‬
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Kevin M
6 مساهمات
مايو 2020
‪Followed Google Maps to the "Abiqua Falls Trailhead". It did in fact take me to the correct road, but not all the way to the trailhead. There is no signage to help. Fortunately I ran into some people dirtbiking who knew the way. I was in a rental sedan, so I parked at the top of the hill and walked in to the trailhead. That added about another mile, but to drive to the trailhead you need an all terrain vehicle with about a foot of ground clearance. The trail itself descends a steep loose hillside. Some ropes have been added, but are in poor repair. If I was bringing family I would bring 2 100 foot climbing ropes and harnesses. Not a place to break an ankle. Once down the hill the trail is still fairly technical. Logs, boulders, loose scree, etc. Not bad if you are in shape. It is all worth it however. The falls are gorgeous.‬
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‪Woodburn‬, ‪Oregon‬316 مساهمة
العائلة • يناير 2020
‪Abiqua Falls is a beautiful waterfall with its own rock amphitheater. With recent rain and melting snow Abiqua Creek was raging. An alternative upper trail which was quite intriguing was taken since the creek was so swollen covering portions of the lower trail. The upper trail went past a fern grotto with rocky cliffs to a lovely viewpoint of Abiqua Falls. The bowl below the falls was full of water so we did not proceed to its base. The trail is muddy, rugged with ropes to aid in descending along the trail along fallen logs. Also keep in mind a high clearance or 4 wheel drive is needed to get to the trailhead as well.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 26 يناير 2020
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Robert M
‪Oregon‬112 مساهمة
زوجان • مارس 2019
‪Driving out of Scotts Mills on Crooked Finger Rd, you drive several miles. Just past Camp Dakota, the road goes from paved to gravel. About a mile later, you can turn right on a logging road. If you have four wheel drive, you can probably drive down the road a ways to a parking area at a gravel pit on the right side of the road; I would not recommend going down the logging road without 4WD. If you're really daring, and have a vehicle with clearance, you can drive all the way to the end of the road and find the trailhead. No matter how far you go in your car, the hike is worth the effort. We parked way up at the top and did the full 6 mile out and back. There's about a 1400 foot change in elevation, so be prepared and wear good boots.

Once at the trailhead, you go down a very steep trail through a forest, using ropes to help steady your way at certain points until you reach Abiqua Creek. Follow the creek up to the spectacular Abiqua Falls.

Pouring into a cove of basalt pillars, this uniform falls is a beautiful sight to behold, and you'll be so glad you made the difficult hike.

AllTrails rates the hike as "difficult", and I agree. The many hints on AllTrails really helped us be prepared.

When you're done, head on over to Mt Angel Sausage Company for a cold one!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 مارس 2019
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