Upper McCord Creek Falls

The Upper McCord Creek Falls was an attractive double-barreled waterfall said to have a height of about 64ft. As you can see from the photo at the top of this page, I happened to see this falls…

Ponytail Falls (Upper Horsetail Falls)

Ponytail Falls is kind of like a “Mini Me” version of Horsetail Falls. That’s because this waterfall also features the strange hourglass shape and dual chute profile feature…

Elowah Falls

Elowah Falls was another one of the distinct plunging waterfalls situated in John B. Yeon State Park more towards the eastern end of what we perceived to be the “waterfalls area” along the…

Wahkeena Falls

Wahkeena Falls sits just east of the Bridal Veil exit on the way to Multnomah Falls. Like many other waterfalls in this gorge area (let alone the state), there’s a bridge…

Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls offers a pretty quiet experience as this two-tiered waterfall requires a short but pleasant walk to see. It sits unconspicuously beneath the Historic Columbia…

Shepperd’s Dell Waterfall

The Shepperds Dell Waterfall would probably escape the attention of many visitors if not for the signposted bridge and attractively rugged gorge right below it…

Multnomah Falls

Multnomah Falls is easily the Columbia River Gorge’s most famous waterfall and could very well be the state of Oregon’s prime natural attraction. While our visits here have constantly shown…

Latourell Falls

Latourell Falls was a gorgeous waterfall that had the distinction of being the closest major waterfall of the Columbia River Gorge to the City of Portland. It possessed remarkable overhanging…

Horsetail Falls

Horsetail Falls was another one of the really easy waterfalls to visit within the Columbia River Gorge. Perhaps the hardest part about a visit to this waterfall would be finding a parking spot…