Triple Falls (photographer: Micheal Drewry)
Trail Description Driving Directions
Trail Alert, Sep 4, 2017: Trail closed due to Eagle Creek wildfire. https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5584/ |#eaglecreekfire
Start at the Oneonta Trailhead, as it parallels the old highway. Switchback and gain a couple hundred feet until the trail flattens out, coming to a junction with Horsetail Falls Trail (#438). Take a short jaunt down the Horsetail Falls Trail to see Middle Oneonta Falls and the first Oneonta Creek Bridge. After returning back on the Oneonta Trail (#424), climb to a pair of switchbacks as it traverses high above Middle Oneonta Falls (also known as Upper Oneonta Falls). Find a short, steep, and rocky path down to the falls from the main trail, just below the switchbacks.
For a longer hike, continue on the Oneonta Trail above the falls another 6.5 miles to Larch Mountain.
- Hike descriptions were collaboratively written with the generous support of oregonhikers.org.
This hike enters the Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness at approximately a few hundred feet south of the trail junctions of #438 and #424. Wilderness restrictions apply. + Read More
- Type: Out and back
- Distance: 5 miles round trip
- Elevation Gain: 740 feet
- Difficulty: Moderate
- Family Friendly: Yes
- Restrooms: Yes
- Trailhead Pass: No
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