One of the most beautiful hikes, around 3 miles down & back, and the place is the definition of abundance when it comes to waterfalls and lush greenery. Overall an easy to moderate hike without much elevation, a few nicely built bridges, and an awesome high viewpoint.
Beautiful!! We hiked this trail couple weeks ago. The small parking lot was full at the trailhead but someone pulled out just as we got there. The roadway was lined with cars when we left. However at the top of the trail, just up the road a couple miles, is another parking lot and it was almost empty. The trail is easy to moderate and hiking sticks were a good idea to take. Slick in spots and rough “steps” in other places. The falls are awesome!!! Not just one or two but falls after falls after falls. You walk with the constant sound of rushing water. Definitely a place to experience when in the area. Here are pics of a few of the falls.
Very pretty I took my younger sibling here to do the hike and then we found a little swimming hole on the way back and swam and chilled out for a while. We also didn’t see too many other hikers
Just took a chance to drive...driving...to the Sweet Creek Falls & Anna Falls and others. That was a nice drive. Long interesting walking hike about 2+miles to the Sweet Creek Falls with many falls along the way. (If you have hayfever allergies, take your meds! I got surprised with the logging operation disturbing the early seasonal tree 🌳 pollen.) Just before the falls is signage. Upon our return trip to the parking area, we walked the trail 👣 back marked "Trail Head". We made a circling path back to our car.
Another one of Oregon's hidden gems. A beautiful drive brings you to the first of two access points to these trails and waterfalls. The first access point has a parking lot, restroom, and marked trail head. Walk along the dirt/rock trail, rest on the benches just off the paths. This is an easy walk, though the trail is not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. You are able to walk down to the different falls and swimming holes. Either follow the path to the tallest falls, or park at the second access point. There are two paths on either side of the falls to walk up to the top. A beautiful space for sitting, wading, hiking, and photographing.