Walk Across A 240-Foot Suspension Bridge On The Drift Creek Falls Trail In Oregon

Oregon’s hiking trails are as varied as the state itself. You can find ocean views, waterfalls, desert vistas, bits of past history, and more on our trails. There’s a hike for every skill level and ability, too! Here’s a trail in Oregon’s beautiful Siuslaw National Forest, and it includes a waterfall and a 240-foot suspension bridge. Best of all? It’s easy enough for most hikers to tackle.

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Have you hiked this trail and crossed the bridge? We’d love to hear about your adventure and see your photos in the comments!

Visit the Siuslaw National Forest’s page to learn more about this trail. If you’re looking for another gorgeous trail through this beautiful forest, check out this three-mile hike.

Address: BLM Rd 1770, Otis, OR 97368, USA