Silver Falls Trail
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Silver Falls Trail is a spur off of Silver Creek Trail #1134 to view Silver Falls, the largest falls in the Galice Ranger District. In the cliff face to the left and bottom of the falls, is the mouth of a diversion tunnel, dug so the creek bed above the falls could be drained and placer mined.
Directions: From Grant's Pass: Travel north on I-5 to exit #61 (Merlin). Follow the Merlin-Galice Road west to the Galice Creek access road (BLM Road #34-8-36). Turn left onto BLM Road #34-8-36 and stay on it for approximately seven miles to Soldier Camp. From here, turn left onto BLM Road #35-9-1 (Silver Creek). Then turn left onto BLM Road #34-9-15 and finally turn left onto Spur Road 050. Follow 050 south until it ends at the trailhead.
Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Year-round
Facility Type: Trail
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