Lava Island Falls

Lava Island Falls
Location near Bend, Oregon

43°59′12″N 121°23′53″W / 43.98667°N 121.39806°W / 43.98667; -121.39806[1]Coordinates: 43°59′12″N 121°23′53″W / 43.98667°N 121.39806°W / 43.98667; -121.39806[1]

Type Segmented/Cascade
Elevation 3900 ft.
Total height 15 feet (4.6 m)
Number of drops 2

Lava Island Falls are rapids on the Deschutes River. Rated a Class 5, they are difficult to navigate because of an island of lava from Lava Butte that blocked part of the river.


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