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Driving to the end of the Parkway near Cherokee? Just one mile from Milepost 455.7 (on U.S. Highway 19 south) is Soco Falls.1.5 miles past the Parkway, look for a small parking area on the left for Soco Falls (no signs there!). It's a short walk to an observation deck.

Driving to the end of the Parkway near Cherokee? Just one mile from Milepost 455.7 (on U.S. Highway 19 south) is Soco Falls.1.5 miles past the Parkway, look for a small parking area on the left for Soco Falls (no signs there!). It's a short walk to an observation deck.

Glen Falls:  Heading west on Hwy 64 in Highlands, take a left on Hwy 106, go about 1.7 miles and look for the sign to Glen Falls Scenic area on the left. The gravel road to the Falls (SR 1618) veers off immediately to the right after you take the left, so go slow. The road dead ends into the parking area. The trail is about 3/4 mile and not bad if your in OK shape. The falls in 3 sections - the upper is 70', then a 60' drop, then a 15 footer and the trail leads you to all 3 sections.

Glen Falls: Heading west on Hwy 64 in Highlands, take a left on Hwy 106, go about 1.7 miles and look for the sign to Glen Falls Scenic area on the left. The gravel road to the Falls (SR 1618) veers off immediately to the right after you take the left, so go slow. The road dead ends into the parking area. The trail is about 3/4 mile and not bad if your in OK shape. The falls in 3 sections - the upper is 70', then a 60' drop, then a 15 footer and the trail leads you to all 3 sections.

Above the Plunge - After a recent run in with a rogue wave on the Oregon coast, I was left cameraless for nearly  a month and a half. Luckily, friends were gracious enough to allow me to have some camera time. Thanks Mike Pitts for your generosity.   This photo is once again from Lower Lewis Falls in WA. You could spend days there shooting and come up with different angles. It is such a photogenic waterfall. I hope you enjoy.

Above the Plunge - After a recent run in with a rogue wave on the Oregon coast, I was left cameraless for nearly a month and a half. Luckily, friends were gracious enough to allow me to have some camera time. Thanks Mike Pitts for your generosity. This photo is once again from Lower Lewis Falls in WA. You could spend days there shooting and come up with different angles. It is such a photogenic waterfall. I hope you enjoy.

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