The second part of my trip found me driving along highway 138, the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway. Once you pass the small town of Glide, it seems like every 10 miles there is a sign for a waterfall. The waterfalls in this section of the forest are, for the most part, very accessible. With parking lots right off the highway, a quick hike will get you to a number of waterfalls of varying formations. You can find more information about these falls by visiting the Umpqua National Forest or Roseburg BLM websites.