Hike to Trestle Creek falls
The trail to Trestle Creek Falls climbs above Brice Creek to Trestle Creek where the trail ducks behind the creek’s spectacular upper falls. The upper Trestle Creek waterfall is over 60 feet in height. The loop trail will also pass by the lower Trestle Creek Falls. The trail is well marked and is suitable for all levels from beginner to expert.
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 3.4 Mile Loop
Elevation gain: 1,000 feet
Dogs: This is a no dog outing.
We will meet at the northeast parking lot of South Eugene High School at 8:30 AM on Sunday, June 8, and leave by no later than 9 AM for the trailhead. The trailhead is 22 miles east of Interstate Highway 5 on State Highway 22. The estimated return time back to Eugene is 3 PM.
A $3 suggested donation to help support our outings program would be greatly appreciated.
About us: The Many Rivers Group (http://oregon.sierraclub.org/groups/many_rivers) is affiliated with State (http://oregon.sierraclub.org/) and National (http://www.sierraclub.org/) Sierra Club organizations. The Sierra Club is the oldest and largest grass-roots environmental organization in the country, with nearly a million members and supporters nationwide. The Many Rivers Group is an all-volunteer organization that represents Sierra Club members in Douglas, Coos, and Lane counties. Please let us know us if you would like to join our our conservation and environmental protection efforts.