Discover the beautiful waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge, just 30 minutes east of Portland on historical route 30. Below is a map and images of some we visited.
Wahkeena - a Yakima Indian word meaning "most beautiful" is true to its name. Fallow the trail to see views of it's upper falls, called "the necktie".
Multnomah Falls is a 611 foot tall roaring fall a short walk from the highway. You can fallow a path upward to walk over its glorious bridge. This area has a gift shop, bathroom and coffee stand.
ONEONTA GORGE FALLS
Searching for the Lower Oneonta Gorge Fall is not for the faint at heart. You will need to climb over large fallen logs and wade through waste high water to see this beauty, but it is certainly worth it! At the entrance to the trail you will also find the Oneonta Gorge Tunnel.
This is a great place to dry off and have a picnic after the Oneonta Falls hike!
Ponytail Falls is spectacular, and you can completely walk behind it, feeling the cool mist and roar of the water. At Horsetail falls, follow trail signs for Ponytail Falls or "Upper Horsetail Falls". this will also take you to Middle Oneonta Falls and Triple Falls.
Continue the trail, on a steep 2 mile hike to see the glorious Triple Falls. You can watch it from high above, or enjoy walking over a bridge to view it as the water flows beneath your feet.
*** Please note, that the parking areas for many of these are at risk of vehicle break-ins. Bring all valuables with you or park in a very public area.
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