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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.