The McKenzie River trail is twenty six miles long and runs from Clear Lake to McKenzie Bridge. It's world famous for Mountain Bikers, and very nice for hikers as well.
This short portion of the trail takes you to the beautiful turquoise Tamolitch Pool, also known as Blue Pool.
Beginning of this easy hike is through old growth Douglas fir forest. As the McKenzie river falls away you walk along the cliff. Eventually you come upon an old lava flow.
At Blue Pool you can scamper down the steep embankment and go for a VERY chilly swim. This pool is actually where the McKenzie river comes back up after being underground just after Carmen Reservoir. It's known as a dry falls, because during especially wet rainy winters the river will flood over the lava bed and waterfall into Tamolitch.
To get here take the McKenzie Hwy 126 14 miles east of McKenzie Bridge. If you are coming from the Hwy 20 junction it's about 10 miles past south of the junction. Turn at the Trailbridge Campground sign, you will cross a bridge and quickly turn right onto a gravel road. After about a third of a mile park at the signs for the trail crossing.
Bring your hiking shoes or bring your bike. The McKenzie River trail is shared by hikers and mountain bikers alike so respect each other.
Bring a swim suit if you want a very cold dip in the pool.
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5. Sınıf Sosyal Bilgiler Harf Yayınları Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları
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This was a beautiful hike. It was not a hard hike, but very wonderful. You walk through lushes forest, over creeks and next to the ever flowing river. You leave the gravel parking lot into beautiful green trees. Once your a little heated from the hike, you end up right back next to the river for the perfect time to chill off. Along the trail you end up getting right on top of the river. You come up 30+ feet over these cliff edges overlooking the river you recently just effortlessly dipped your head in. It weaves in and out, around and on logs all the way the magnificent Blue Pool.
Here is a video of my adventure >
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbtpcpyxIW4&feature=youtu.be Visited on May 20, 2013
Beauty everywhere. Do not hike on a Saturday afternoon. There were too many Mt. Bikes coming down the trail at me and too many people. Also too hot going over the lava beds. To get to the pool You have to do some hard rock climbing to get up and then down to it - I did not.
I want to go back and do a weekday morning hike with more time. Took me 1.5 hours to go up and then 1 hour to get back down. Visited on Jul 13, 2013
WOW, AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL. this place is just beautiful, we took the hike and im not going to say its easy but its not hard at all. I'm a bigger girl and i made it just fine, i acutally seen old old people that looked like they were on their last breathe take the hike. It's a long hike though, the thing that sucks about the hike is that theirs rocks and tree roots sticking out of the ground. I almost fell a few times. But once you get there it will all be worth it, not sure how people jump off of it, we tried to look where we could get back to feel the water and no luck. we felt the water a little ways down and OMG it was freezing so i can only imagine how cold the blue pool is. Enjoy the hike its so beautiful. Visited on Jun 05, 2013
Great short hike with a gorgeous destination. This is a small section of the larger McKenzie River Trail, which is known nationwide as one of the best mountain biking trails in the country. Watch out for bikers approaching fast while going downhill.
If you are backpacking the McKenzie River trail, there are a few suitable campsites just north of Tamolitch pool off the trail. Visited on Jul 31, 2010