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Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls

Umpqua Wilderness, Oregon

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  • A waterfall nearby Blue Hole Falls and Evergreen Falls.- Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls
  • Blue Hole Falls.- Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls
  • Blue Hole Falls.- Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls
  • Brice Creek.- Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls
  • Brice Creek and the scenic Umpqua National Forest.- Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls
  • Evergreen Falls.- Evergreen Falls + Blue Hole Falls
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Pros: 
Secluded. Swimming hole.
Cons: 
Unmarked trail. Limited parking.
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Region:
Umpqua Wilderness, OR
Congestion: 
Low
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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Evergreen Falls, also known as Noonday Ridge Falls, is a smaller roadside waterfall that, in and of itself, may not be worth a special trip. However, it serves as a perfect marker to help find a hidden gem of a swimming hole and Blue Hole Falls.

From Evergreen Falls, cross Brice Creek Road and walk up the road about 100 feet to find a small and unmarked trail leading down toward Brice Creek. The trail switchbacks steeply a couple of times before opening up to a small series of cascading waterfalls along the creek, where the trail seems to end. From here head downstream and cross over a large fallen tree and some huge rocks and scramble down a bit to find the secluded Blue Hole Falls.

Surrounded by vibrant moss and the sounds of crashing water, this is a perfect spot to enjoy a hot summer afternoon away from the crowds in the cool waters of the pool beneath the falls.

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