Drift Creek Falls

National Forest Development Road 17
Lincoln City, OR 97367 US

breathtaking waterfall flanked by umbrage
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Drift Creek Falls - Flanked by ferns, alder trees and vine maple, Drift Creek Trail winds through the rain-drenched Siuslaw National Forest.   The Drift Creek Trail is amazing until you arrive at something even better and bigger that will take your breath away: a 240-foot long cable suspension bridge! Anchored by cables and ties that are cemented into opposing bluffs, the bridge holds over a hundred fifty thousand pounds, so it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. While the bridge does offer a bit of a bounce, the thirty-inch wide tread is perfectly safe and the bird’s-eye view will leave you spellbound. As does Drift Creek Falls, a 75-foot freefall, whopper of a waterfall that’s located immediately below you.

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Drift Creek Falls
National Forest Development Road 17

OR 97367 US

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This is by far one of the most beautiful easy hikes in the northwest. Out trip up was very wet but definitely worth it and the waterfall was roaring. Beautiful
March 29, 2014 at 8:52 PM Drift Creek Falls