North Umpqua Trail (Marsters Segment)
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The Marsters Segment of the North Umpqua Trail is generally near the river, but at times is some distance above it. From the west, the grade climbs high above the river to a rock bluff area. Use caution through this very steep side slope . Views of the river and old growth groves compliment this trail way. The 60-foot bridge at Deception Creek offers a view up and down stream to the confluence of Deception Creek and the North Umpqua River. The trail also features the Weaping Rocks Spawning Grounds.
Caution: Because of the very dangerous highway bridge crossing, it is not recommended that equestrians travel east from this trailhead, but instead use the Illahee Flat Trailhead and Trail to access the North Umpqua Trail eastward. All other users should also be cautious using this crossing. The highway bridge has a very narrow walkway confined by the high speed travel way and bridge railing, and has poor visibility in either direction. This segment can be muddy in some areas during the wet seasons. Horse and mountain bike use is discouraged at those times.
Directions: From Roseburg: Western Trailhead) Travel east on Highway 138 and turn right onto Forest Service Road 4750. Follow 4750 south a quarter mile to the Calf Creek Trailhead. Roadside parking is available before and after the trailhead on Road 4750. Dispersed campsite is located nearby, but no restroom or water facilities.Eastern Trailhead) Travel east on Highway 138 to Forest Service Road 4770. Follow 4770 south to the Marsters Trailhead, on the east side of Marsters Bridge. The trailhead is approximately 600 feet downstream and offers no restrooms or water. Horse trailers need to park at the wide area along FS Road 4770, 300 feet from the highway.
Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Year-round
Facility Type: Trail
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