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Toketee Falls, Crater Lake National Park

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Toketee Falls is a waterfall in Douglas County, Oregon, United States, on the North Umpqua River at its confluence with the Clearwater River. It is located approximately 58 miles (93 km) east of Roseburg near Oregon Route 138.
Toketee (pronounced TOKE-uh-tee), is a Chinook Jargon word meaning "pretty" or "graceful". The falls was officially named by a United States Board on Geographic Names decision in 1916, over alternate names Ireland Falls and Toketie Falls.
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  • Stayed in Roseburg the night before and left around 7:45 am to try and make it to the falls around 9:00 am. The official part of the hike was relatively easy and you end up at a platform looking out.....  more »
  • For a person not in the best of shape, like me, this trail is a bit of a challenge, especially wearing a mask and on a hot day. I asked someone at our hotel about the hike, and she said it had maybe....  more »
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  • Fantastic waterfalls and just hearing the roaring sound of the water on the walk to the falls was magnificent. It might be a short walk but there are lots of stairs to climb. There are spots along the way to take a break if need be. These trails seem rather narrow, especially if you’ve got young ones on tote, but maybe it’s just me. Great place, sights are wonderful.
  • This is my favorite waterfall in the world of the hundreds I’ve seen. Very quiet and serene the times I’ve been there. The hike to it is relatively easy and runs along the wonderful river that leads to the falls. However, there’s no safe path to the base of the falls. So the view is from the tree tops far away from the drop off. Unskilled folks should definitely remain at this point and not try to scale down.

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