Natural Bridge Falls
Elevation: 3202 feet
Latitude: 42.89 N
USGS Quadrangle: Union Creek 7 1/2"
Height: 15 feet
Width: 30 feet
Falls Type: Cascade
Stream: Rogue River
Watershed: Rogue River
Best Flow: Year Round
Natural Bridge Falls is a minor cascade
along the Rogue River immediately below
its namesake Natural Bridge. The Rogue
River has occupied a short lava tube,
submerging itself underground for a few
hundred feet, then billowing out and
cascading 15 feet over a jumbled chute.
This isn't so much a waterfall as a
It was decided to leave it in as a clarifier
and because its been prominently discussed
in Greg Plumb's "Waterfall Lovers Guide"
Visitors should Verify Facilities before
driving to this remote region
Natural Bridge Falls is located
adjacent to Natural Bridge and near Union
Creek along Highway 62 west of Crater Lake
National Park. The trailhead is located at
the Natural Bridge day use area, a mile
south of Union Creek. The falls are seen
from the footbridge leading to the
viewpoint of the Natural Bridge itself.
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