A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest 5th ed.
Columbia Plateau 
3 Tumalo Creek
Update: A waterline replacement project has closed FS #1828, reportedly until the spring of 2016.
If this is still the case, you will have to hike a trail paralleling the road for an extra six miles round-trip to the following entries.

Waterfall Entries
(refer to hardcopy book for descriptions and directions; page numbers are provided below)

Tumalo Falls
Rating: ***
Form: plunge
Magnitude: 81
Access: auto (page 322)
USGS Map: Tumalo Falls (1988)
Edition: 1st

Middle Tumalo Falls (u)
Rating: **
Form: tiered
Magnitude: 52
Access: trail and bushwhack (page 322)
USGS Map: Tumalo Falls (1988 nl)
Edition: 3rd

Bridge Creek Falls (u)
Rating: **
Form: horsetail
Magnitude: 46
Access: trail (page 323)
USGS Map: Tumalo Falls (1988 nl)
Edition: 3rd

Click Here for Cline Falls, USGS Cline Falls (1962).
Click Here for Canal Falls (u), USGS Bend (1981 nl).
Click Here for Steelhead Falls, USGS Steelhead Falls (1992). NEW!
Output the CLICK HERE pages to match your hardcopy book by changing your printer settings to 9" x 5 3/4".

Use the following Waterfalls for Intrepid Explorers hyperlink to access an index for information on exploring the following waterfall yet to be visited by the author:
Upper Tumalo Falls (u), USGS Tumalo Falls (1988 nl)

The following descents along the Deschutes River are reportedly accessible only to river-runners: Awbrey Falls, USGS Tumalo (1962); Big Falls USGS Cline Falls (1962); and Odin Falls, USGS Cline Falls (1962).

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