Salt Creek Falls
Salt Creek Falls is the second-highest waterfall in Oregon at 286 feet high. The trail to the falls is easy to follow and the photographic opportunities are fantastic. There are unique native plants that are worth the time to study. In spring, native flowers are in bloom, turning to warm autumn colors in the fall. In the winter part of the park is open to cross-country skiing.
- ADA accessible
- Fee required for parking
- Interpretive signage
- Visitor center nearby
Sculpted by Water, Fire and Ice
The Central Cascades has seven themes that help to define the character of the region. This location is an example of Sculpted by Water, Fire and Ice. Here are more locations that exemplify this theme: