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Top contributor Michael Roth takes us around to three gorgeous waterfalls in Oregon in the USA's Pacific Northwest. The first stop is Memaloose Falls, which is situated near the town of Estacada in Clackamas County. Then you'll see Lower Diamond Creek Falls in Lane County. The final stop is Salt Creek Falls (and the nearby Too Much Bear Lake), also in Lane County, which is the state's third-highest plunge-type waterfall. All of these spots are considered part of the Williamette River Valley.
Description: 2 days and some good views I would say. First up we have Memaloose Falls in Oregon. In 2014 this area was ravaged by the 36 Pit Fire which decimated much of the pristine nature here. As you can see though Mother Nature is resilient and is slowly coming back to life. Next up we have Lower Diamond Creek Falls in Oregon. It Is part of a group of waterfalls common among visitors here and also a must visit when going to do the trail loop in this area. Finally last but not least we have Salt Creek Falls along with Too Much Bear Lake. This is a remake for me and since I was there doing the loop of falls I could not miss out on filming this impressive waterfall again. Salt Creek Falls is a 286 foot single drop waterfall and is the 3rd highest plunge waterfall in Oregon. Hope you enjoy! Check my Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/NFMediaOregon/