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Niagara Falls Trail is one mile long and located in the eastern portion of the Hebo Ranger District.

Niagara Falls Trail follows a stream through lush foliage. Hikers will encounter four wooden bridges along the trial, one of which as an observation deck offers views of the 100 foot waterfalls. Niagara Falls flows free while Pheasant Creek Falls cascades. The trails end offer picnic tables and a viewing area.

Directions: From Beaver, Travel east on County Road 858 for 11.8 miles to Forest Route 8533. Follow 8533 south for 4.3 miles to its junction with 8533-131. At the junction, turn right and travel 0.7 mile to the trailhead.

Distance: 1.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Siuslaw National Forest, Oregon

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