Sahalie Falls (McKenzie River Trail)

Sahalie Falls are located on the National Scenic Byway off Highway 126.  The Waterfalls Loop Trail, part of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail, connects the two waterfalls and offers up close views of the wild McKenzie River.
These falls mark the terminus of two thick flows of basaltic andesite lava that dammed Clear Lake and moved into the McKenzie River 3,000 years ago. The results are two breathtaking waterfalls with foaming white water cascades in between.
There are restrooms and observation points. The parking areas are not overly large, but at Sahalie would accommodate a large film production truck and other vehicles as there are two areas for vehicles.
The area has walking trails and pathways leading down to the Falls and could be utilized for multiple shoots.  The are is particularly stunning in the Fall when the leaves are changing.

Permits required. Please request at least 30 days in advance. Additionally, the area can be challenging to access in the winter as the McKenzie River Highway is closed in certain sections due to snow accumulation.

Please contact us for further information.

Sahalie Falls

Sahalie Falls Pathway