North Umpqua Trail Deer Leap Segment Oregon

The North Umpqua River is a tributary of the Umpqua River, about 106 miles long, in southwestern Oregon in the United States. It drains a scenic and rugged area of the Cascade Range southeast of Eugene, flowing through steep canyons and surrounded by large Douglas-fir forests. Renowned for its emerald green waters, it is considered one of the b…
The North Umpqua River is a tributary of the Umpqua River, about 106 miles long, in southwestern Oregon in the United States. It drains a scenic and rugged area of the Cascade Range southeast of Eugene, flowing through steep canyons and surrounded by large Douglas-fir forests. Renowned for its emerald green waters, it is considered one of the best fly fishing streams in the Pacific Northwest for anadromous fish.
  • Country: United States
  • State: Oregon
  • County: Douglas
  • Source: Maidu Lake
  • Mouth: Confluence of the North Umpqua and South Umpqua rivers
  • Length: 106 mi (171 km)
  • Basin size: 1,356 sq mi (3,510 km²)
Data from: en.wikipedia.org