Trestle Creek Trail #1403C

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Trestle Creek Trail is a narrow trail that meanders through Trestle Creek canyon and its surrounding old-growth forest, offering views of maidenhair fern, bleeding heart, Douglas fir, and cedar along the way.  The trail culminates at the base of a 60-foot fan waterfall nestled in a lush, moss-covered rock grotto.

A great hike on its own, Trestle Creek Trail is also frequently tacked on to Brice Creek Trail #1403 or Upper Trestle Creek Trail #1403D for a beautiful finish to a longer hike.

Trestle Creek Trail #1403C - Lower Trestle

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 06/06/2017: Trail is clear.
Fees No
Open Season: Year Round
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Cottage Grove, OR
Water: Not available. Surface water should be treated.

General Information

Directions:

The trailhead begins 25 miles southeast of Cottage Grove.

From Cottage Grove, OR take exit 174 on Interstate 5, take Row River Road, #2400, east 19 miles to the junction of Layng Creek Road, #17, and Brice Creek Road, #2470. Bear right on Road #2470 and continue for another 8.2 miles to the Champion Creek Trailhead, of the Brice Creek Trail near the junction of Champion Creek Road, #2473 and Brice Creek Road, #2470. The Brice Creek Trail begins across the bridge and on the left, upstream of the trailhead. Hike one-third mile west on the Brice Creek Trail, #1403, to the Trestle Creek Falls Trail junction (just west of the Trestle Creek Trail Bridge), then travel north for another 0.3 miles to the waterfalls.


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  Area/Length : 
0.7 mile

  Elevation : 
1,850 feet - 2,150 feet range

 

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