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Hike of the Week: Rainie Falls

NEAR WOLF CREEK, Ore. -- Rainie Falls is a dog-friendly hike that covers roughly two miles from trailhead to the waterfalls. The total roundtrip hike of four miles is the perfect way to take in the sights

Posted: Nov. 8, 2017 3:51 PM

NEAR WOLF CREEK, Ore. -- Rainie Falls is a dog-friendly hike that covers roughly two miles from trailhead to the waterfalls.
The total roundtrip hike of four miles is the perfect way to take in the sights of the Rogue River canyon.
Halfway down the trail, you'll see Sandersons Island which splits the river.
It's ideal for photographers and those looking to find beaches along the river.
Hiking shoes or boots are recommended due to the rocky and narrow trail.

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DIRECTIONS: From Medford, take I-5 north to Exit 61. Turn left and follow for 22 miles past Galice to Grave Creek Bridge. Park on the right hand side of the road before the bridge. Trailhead will be on your left with a 'Rainie Falls Trail' sign, information about salmon and steelhead and additional US Forest Service information.
**Do NOT park your vehicle along the rock wall due to potential falling rocks**

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