Henline Falls Loop

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2.0 mi
Distance
1 hrs 6 min
Time
terrain
263 ft
Elev Gain

Overview

This is a easy out-and-back trail to Henline Falls in Willamette National Forest.

Getting Started

Driving directions: From the junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 22 in Salem, take Highway 22 east for 27 miles, then turn left onto North Fork Road - signed for both Elkhorn Valley and the Little North Santiam Recreation Area. Follow North Fork Road for 17 miles and then bear left on FSR# 2209, signed for Jawbone Flats and the Opal Creek Trail. About 1/5 of a mile up Road 2209 find the parking area for the Henline Falls / Ogle Mountain trailhead on the left.

The trail leads along an old road for half a mile, then branches left where the old road continues right, and continues to the base of the falls in another half mile. It is an easy trail with mild elevation gain.

Taking Children

This is a good hike for children who are able to walk on their own. The trail is slippery as you come to the falls, so use caution.



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slohiker 2 years, 6 months ago
Henline falls 11/7/19 8:59:46 AM
Dry, comfortable temp. Low water no rain. Edit 12/9/21, Area destroyed by fire 12/2020 shortly after our hike along with many homes, businesses' towns, and life's.
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