EUGENE, Ore. - From the high Cascades to the Oregon Coast to the High Desert, wherever water runs in Oregon, you can expect water to fall - often in dramatic fashion over stunning waterfalls. | >>> See the Photo Gallery
Some of these walls of water are locked away high in the mountains. Others are accessible by wheelchair.
YouNews reporters on KVAL.com have chronicled falls from the Umpqua to the McKenzie and beyond, sharing their passion for the outdoors - and photography - with visitors to the KVAL.com website and viewers on KVAL 13 TV News.
Like Salt Creek Falls in the Cascade Mountains above Oakridge, where Oregon’s recent volcanic past created today’s waterfalls.
The second-highest falls in Oregon at 286 feet, Salt Creek Falls east of Oakridge on Hwy. 58 offers a handicapped accessible observation platform. Hikers can continue on to Diamond Falls on a 3.6 mile loop from Salt Creek Falls.
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