Umpqua
National Forest

Umpqua National Forest, in southern Oregon's Cascade Range, covers an area of 983,129 acres (3,978.58 km2) in Douglas, Lane, and Jackson counties, and borders Crater Lake National Park. The four ranger districts for the forest are the Cottage Grove, Diamond Lake, North Umpqua, and Tiller ranger districts. The forest is managed by the United States Forest Service, headquartered in Roseburg.
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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A Glimpse of Wild and Untamed
The North Umpqua River slides over a basalt cliff and descends 165-feet in a braid of white, water and mist mingling on a mossy face. The water that feeds this stream originates on the slopes of Mt. Thielsen and in the northern forests of Crater Lake National Park. As it cuts its Cascade path down…
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The trip to Zane Grey's Fishing Camp takes in most of the Mott Segment of the 79…
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This hike ends up on a section of private land within the Umpqua National Forest…
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The Boulder Creek Wilderness, at almost 20,000 acres, is one of three wilderness…
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Camp at the Base of the Mountain in Isolation
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The 35,701 acre Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness is located in southwest Oregon, t…
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The 35,701 acre Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness is located in southwest Oregon, t…
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This hike follows trail #1403D in a counter-clockwise direction. From Champion C…
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