Soda Springs Trail
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Soda Springs Trail features an interesting columnar basalt formation is located at the trailhead. Fishing for German-brown and rainbow trout is available in nearby Soda Springs Reservoir. The North Umpqua River passes near the trailhead, but is closed to fishing in this area. The trail wanders in and out of a forested canopy ending in an open meadow with a small mineral spring. The Bradley Trail #1491 is intersected near this point. The dynamic process of erosion can be observed on the lower section of the trail as it follows a small creek bed. Camping and water are available at Pine Bench.
This trail provides access to the Boulder Creek Wilderness and is therefore closed to all motorized and mechanical use.
During the summer of 96′ the Spring Fire burned through the south half of the Boulder Creek Wilderness. It burned 11,550 acres. Along this trail the fire burned mostly in the underbrush and stayed out of the canopy.
Beware of poison oak!
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