This trail is maintained on an annual basis. Leaving the road, the trail switches back and forth through a virgin stand of undisturbed Douglas-fir, hemlock, and Port-Orford cedar trees. The trail ends at Coquille River Falls. When arriving at the falls, care should be taken, since the trail is steep and almost always wet. Footing is very insecure when descending to the river.
Brochure: The Geology of Waterfalls Along the Coquille River (996 KB PDF)
At a Glance
03/15/2013: No current conditions report available.