Colliding Rivers is the title given for the collision of Little River to the North Umpqua River. Located just 11 miles east of Roseburg, near Glide, it is the only place in the world where two rivers collide head-on to form one river. The Little River flows from the south as the North Umpqua veers a sharp bend and intersects the Little River.
Informative panels at the viewpoint describe the geologic formations and historic uses of the phenomenal site. It’s a great spot to stop and snap some photos!
See the Colliding Rivers and more of the beautiful North Umpqua River when you follow our Day 2 itinerary.