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It is obvious that many people can follow this totally paved walkway to see the River as it runs across and through river rocks. There is only one place that a wheelchair might have a little difficulty. A tree had fallen across the walkway, causing...More
We hiked here from the Gorge Overlook, a super pleasant stroll, but you can also drive right to it.
Easily accessible for all with paved trails and sturdy railings - well worth the visit for anyone. No spoilers, but the blowholes are the coolest.
We walked in from the hiway as the park was closed, but there is a very nice parking lot just a short walk from the bridge and trail to the other side. The Rogue disappears below ground and comes out again thru a lava tube...More
A short walk from the parking lot you can find this natural bridge made by a volcano, where the Rogue River goes underground and comes back to the surface a bit further. We had never seen anything like this before. Good informations boards along the...More
A short hike from the large parking area, which has rest rooms, gets you to the Rogue River and eventually to the Natural Bridge. You first come to where the river comes out of the rock and then you go on to see where it...More
The Natural Bridge area is a short drive off of the main highway, well-signed in both directions. We parked at the trailhead and took a quick look at the signage before setting off down the (paved) trail. I believe it was paved the first few...More
The Forest Service has apparently upgraded this viewpoint with a bridge across the river and trail to viewing points that is flat and easily accessible. Watching the river disappear under the lava and then reappear a little further down is fascinating.