A while back, I headed to Oregon in search of waterfalls. I spent of majority of my time in central Oregon in Umpqua National Forest and surrounding BLM lands. In the two weeks that I was there, I travelled throughout the forest and saw many different types of waterfalls. Some of them required a long drive but none of the hikes were particularly diffucult. The falls pictures below are Grotto Falls, Yakso Falls, and Hemlock Falls. They are all located in the Little River watershed and were the most remote falls that I visited during my trip. I didn't see a single person at these waterfalls. If you are visiting this area make sure you bring a map and a good sense of direction, the forest service roads are not clearly marked here. You can find more information about these falls by visiting the Umpqua National Forest or Roseburg BLM websites.