World Waterfall Database
Book Review

Thundering Waters

Umpqua National Forest (author)

(unknown), 1998
Edition 1
Format Broshure
Print Style Full Color
Book Type Reference
Page Count 20
In Print? Yes
Picture quality (3)
Picture Quantity (3)
Accuracy of Content (4)
Thoroughness of Content (1)
Production Value (4)

Reviewed by Bryan Swan

This is a bi-fold brochure set up to function as a small book printed on ledger size paper. It discusses 25 waterfalls in the Umpqua National Forest and Roseburg District of BLM lands around the city of Roseburg, Oregon. The pamphlet features thorough enough directions that it can be used as a field guide, but is largely incomplete in scope and is best used to accompany guidebooks which cover the area. There are pictures for about 3/4 of the waterfalls discussed, printed in (somewhat blurry) color. The pamphlet is available from the Northwest Interpretive Association, Ranger Stations around the Umpqua National Forest and many major roadside businesses in the Roseburg area. As of 2007 it is a free publication. Since it has no ISBN, chances of it being found outside of southern Oregon are slim.

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