Fall Creek Falls is one of the more accessible waterfalls in the North Umpqua corridor. Dropping about 120 feet over 4 tiers, the falls spray into a small amphitheater before cascading down through a very scenic gorge to the Umpqua. The falls consist of four tiers, of approximately 10, 40, 20 and 50 feet - with the uppermost tier only being visible from the top of the falls. The falls were apparently measured by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Service at 197 feet tall, however that appears to be a significant overestimate.
- Fall Creek Falls is the name of this waterfall.
Fall Creek Falls is located east of Glide along the North Umpqua Highway. From Glide, head east to milepost 32 and the well signed Fall Creek picnic area and trailhead. The trail winds an easy 3/4 mile to the falls, passing several pretty cascades and a rock outcrop known as Jobs Garden. The falls can also be accessed from FR 4710.