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First off, this is not in Sisters-it is about 30-40 miles west of Sisters. Make sure to have a full tank of gas as services are not in the area. Take the 242 from Sisters for a gorgeous drive and stop at the observatory. It...More
There is parking and a bathroom at the trailhead. The hike is relatively short, not too strenuous. It does pass through some lava rock fields, so you need to watch your step. When you get to the view of the falls, it is breathtaking. To...More
Very pretty hike, takes about an hour or so to do the loop. For an easier route take the trail head to the left, the right is a very rocky and narrow trail. Doable but if we had known we probably would have just stuck...More
Proxy falls offers everything great about the PNW . The hike strolls through beautiful forest and ancient lava rock. It awards with two stunning waterfalls framed by lush forest. This hike is fairly popular and can get very crowded. Make sure you bring a NW...More
The drive and consequent hike to the falls will immerse you in the Central Oregon forest experience. Take the lower falls trail and if you are up for some challenge in finding your way to the base of the falls, you can get close as...More
I will warn you that to get the "full experience" The one that you see in the calendars you must channel your inner mountain goat and climb down past the lower falls "viewing point" It is sooo worth it. It truly is an experience you'll...More
This is quite a drive out there on tight turny roads but well worth the stop. Parking can be hard to find, but it was a very easy hike. If you start clockwise on the trail, you will meet the first fall very fast. We...More
The trail is less crowded (also more rustic, and longer) than the trail at Koosah/Shallie Falls. Loved the thousands of butterflies fluttering around in the sunny mist. My Keen water shoes were perfect for the rough terrain and allowed me to slosh through the freezing...More
Sorry, I am just seeing your question. Your best bet would be to try the trailhead to the left, go to the falls and then turn around and come back the same way. It was much easier/more flat than the trailhead to the right. I... More
Sorry, I am just seeing your question. Your best bet would be to try the trailhead to the left, go to the falls and then turn around and come back the same way. It was much easier/more flat than the trailhead to the right. I wouldn't recommend the full loop; the other side is very narrow/rocky. There were some fallen tree branches if I am remembering correctly, that we had to go over, but it could be that they have been cleared by now.