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- Trailhead photo for the Drift Falls Trail. The road to the trailhead is paved and even the parking lot is paved.
- An emerald carpet of green oxalis and ferns creates a green glow in the forest on a cloudy day.
- The trail crosses a sparkling creek on the Drift Creek Falls Trail.
- Drift Creek Falls cascades about 75 feet into Drift Creek. This is a view from the suspension bridge.
- The suspension bridge over the stream is 240 feet long and about 100 feet above the stream. The bridge is very stable and doesn't bounce much if you walk gently.
- Drift Creek Falls cascades about 75 feet into Drift Creek.
- The suspension bridge over the stream is 240 feet long and about 100 feet above the stream. This may be the longest suspension bridge for hiking in Oregon or Washington.
- There is a loop option on this trail. Here is where the loop begins. I didn't hike the loop becuase the main trail is brushed out but the loop trail looks like a wet trip on a misty day.
- A sturdy wood plank bridge spans one of the small creeks along the Drift Creek Falls Trail.