Toketee Falls


1 p.m.


0d 0h 40m


1 miles


35°, partly sunny


On the way back from two nights at the Pickett Butte Lookout, we took the scenic route home via the Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway. One of the features along this three hour road detour was the dramatic Toketee Falls which is invisible from the highway. It flows out of a graceful columnar basalt formation that frames the two-stage falls.

In February, it was a short but icy hike from the trailhead which features the Toketee Pipeline, an ancient above-ground wooden pipe that is 12 feet in diameter. Besides the opportunity to stretch our legs, it was well worth the walk.

Gear and supplies

His Gear

  • Easton CTR 60 Trekking Poles
  • GoLite Demaree Canyon Down Jacket
  • Marmot Scree pants
  • North Face fleece jacket
  • Oregon Research gloves
  • Stoic merino t-shirt

Her Gear

  • Asolo Stynger GTX boots
  • Easton ATR-75 Ion Trekking Poles
  • GoLite Demaree Canyon Down Jacket
  • Montrail Sabino trail shoes
  • REI Endeavor pants


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