Best falls not named Sahalie

By Alandra Johnson The Bulletin Published Jul 16, 2014 at 12:11AM
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin The footing of the path is a bit uneven, especially as it winds through a lava field.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin After the water falls from Proxy Falls it descends to this quiet, bubbling creek.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Do you like green? You can't beat the green you'll see on this hike to Proxy Falls.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin The Proxy Falls hike starts off in a lava field, surrounded by tall trees.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Upper Proxy Falls leads into this calm pool, which would be great for a dip on a hot day.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Proxy Falls is one of the loveliest waterfalls in Oregon, and the drive to get there may be even better.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Foliage grows lush at the bottom of Proxy Falls.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Robin Johnson sets up a picnic dinner on a log in front of the towering Proxy Falls.
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Upper Proxy Falls is a nice side trip when visiting Proxy Falls.