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Covered bridge spanning the Applegate River. Close by is the Mckee Picnic Ground.
Clearwater Falls is another must see. The 30-foot falls cascade over moss-covered rocks and logs. At milepost 69.5 on Hwy 138, turn south at the Clearwater Falls Campground entrance. Also located along the North Umpqua River loop drive.
One of the many waterfalls found along the North Umpqua River. Whitehorse Falls is adjacent to Whitehorse Falls Campground. Visitors can enjoy this 15 ft falls on the Clearwater River.
The deep blue color of Crater Lake is awe inspiring. With sheer surrounding cliffs almost two thousand feet high, this volcanic giant has graced Oregon with it's natural beauty.
Pelicans at Klammath Lake. Interesting to watch them socialize. There's something about them that makes you want to watch. Graceful and awkward at the same time.
Galesville Reservoir on Cow Creek in Douglas County, Oregon is used for recreation, irrigation, drinking water and fish and wildlife protection purposes. Common fish species is Largemouth Bass and Rainbow Trout.
The North Upmqua River has many scenic areas for photo opportunities. Almost 34 miles of the North Umpqua River has been designated as a Wild & Scenic River and this section has been set aside exclusively for fly-fishing.
On the road to Crater Lake. The crisp snow and high elevation make the winter travel a scenic mural the entire way. Ctarter Lake is open year-round but some roads, trails, and facilities are closed due to snow.
Sundown at Lost Creek Lake. Located just 30 miles northeast of Medford on Crater Lake Highway 62. It provides abundant recreation including camping, boating, fishing, hiking, biking and more. Get up close with nature, there's something for everyone here.
Sundown cascades the tip of Mount Thielsen. The mountain looks extremely impressive from any direction. Those brave and energetic enough to make it to the top, should add their names to the climbing register found there.
Fall colors just don't get any better than this. Toketee Lake sits in a mountain setting in the Diamond Lake District. The North Umpqua Trailhead is in the Area, as well as Toketee Falls, which is a half-mile trek from the North Umpqua River.
Applegate Lake is 1986 ft above sea level where the water is regulated by snow run off from the rocky cliffs of Red Bluff Mountains. Wat's amazing about this lake is the water levels can drop and fill in a matter of months, depending on the snow levels.
A further view of Applagate Lake. The lake offers convenient boat launching, day use picnicking, swimming, fishing, RV and tent site camping, and a convenient general store. Trails around the lake follow the shore line that ranges around 17.5 miles.
One of Crater Lakes best kept secrets is the Pinnacles. These towering needle-like formations of rock, called fossil fumaroles, projecting from the Sand Creek Canyon floor were formed under sheets of volcanic pumice that preceeded Mazama's collapse.
Crater Lake's Pinnacles are just a short drive from the east part of the park. Located in the canyon of Wheeler Creek, these spires have been uncovered by stream erosion, wind abrasion.
The Rogue Valley has many beautiful trees. The City of Grants Pass has a significant tree registry that gives recognition to home and business owners that retain trees of interest on their property.
Tokatee Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in all of Oregon, renowned far and wide for the graceful columnar basalt formation framing the two-stepped falls. The North Umpqua River has carved out of the lava flow, resulting in a 113 ft waterfall.
Beautiful and peaceful, the North Umpqua River has many spots to reflect upon Winding throughout the Cascade Mountain range, it is surrounded by large Douglas-fir forests and steep canyons.
Winter scene at the Rogue Gorge. Located just off of highway 62, the gorge was formed by the erosive action of the Rogue River. There are many hiking trails available that follow along the channel of basalt lava flows.
The Rogue River Gorge 3.5 mile trail begins at the Natural Bridge viewpoint and travels upriver on the east side of the Upper Rogue Wild and Scenic River. Winter or summer, the views can be great photo opportunities and an enjoyment for many.
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