Locale: Columbia River Gorge
Upper Latourell Falls
Upper Latourell Falls is a 75-100ft tall sibling to the much taller and more accessible Latourell Falls, but that meant a more intimate hiking experience.
Upper McCord Creek Falls
Upper McCord Creek Falls is a 64ft double waterfall on McCord Creek (above Elowah Falls) reached by a 2.2-mile RT hike with a dramatic cliff-hugging section.
Lower Oneonta Falls
Lower Oneonta Falls is a 100ft waterfall in a narrow slot of the Oneonta Gorge (in the Columbia River Gorge) requiring a log jam traverse and a stream scramble.
Ponytail Falls (Upper Horsetail Falls)
Ponytail Falls (Upper Horsetail Falls) is like a Horsetail Falls ‘Mini Me’ in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge, reached on a 0.4-mile trail going behind the falls.
Triple Falls is a distinctive 64-100ft waterfall in the Oneonta Gorge within the Columbia River Gorge reached by a 3.6-mile round-trip gorge-hugging hike.
Middle Oneonta Falls
The Middle Oneonta Falls was one of four waterfalls on the Oneonta Creek within the Oneonta Gorge. It got the name “middle” because there was another waterfall immediately downstream…
Elowah Falls is a 213ft waterfall free-falling on McCord Creek in the Columbia River Gorge accessed by 1.6-mile round-trip hike from the John B Yeon Trailhead.
Wahclella Falls (Tanner Creek Falls)
Wahclella Falls (Tanner Creek Falls) is a reported 350ft falls on Tanner Creek in the Columbia River Gorge reached by a 2-mile loop with a Munra Falls bonus.
Metlako Falls is a 100ft on Eagle Creek that once had a cliff-side viewpoint after 1.5 miles along its trail in the Columbia River Gorge before its collapse.
Punch Bowl Falls
Punch Bowl Falls is a 35ft waterfall that maybe the most popular attraction of the Eagle Creek Trail in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge accessed by a 5-mile hike.
Starvation Creek Falls
Starvation Creek Falls is 227ft waterfall reached by a gentle walk off the I-84 Freeway in the east end of the Columbia River Gorge near Hood River, Oregon.
Multnomah Falls is a 620ft two-tiered waterfall just east of Portland spanned by a historic bridge. It is easily Oregon’s most famous and accessible waterfall.
Latourell Falls is an accessible 249ft plunge waterfall flanked by twisted basalt columns in Guy W Talbot State Park in the Columbia River Gorge near Portland.
Horsetail Falls is an easy-to-visit 176ft waterfall right off the Historic Columbia River Highway in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge just east of Multnomah Falls.
Wahkeena Falls is a 242ft cascading waterfall just west of Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge seen from the road but also reachable by 1/2-mile walk.
Bridal Veil Falls
Bridal Veil Falls is a two-tiered waterfall tumbling beneath the Historic Columbia River Highway accessed by a 15-minute walk in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge.
Shepperd’s Dell Waterfall
The Shepperds Dell Waterfall is a roadside feature tumbling beneath an arch bridge into the Shepperd’s Dell Gorge beneath the Historic Columbia River Highway.