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All reviews beautiful waterfall pony tail viewing area parking area historic highway short hike trail head picnic tables take pictures great stop columbia river hiking gorge trailhead roadside loop rocks
Could have been a five but like all the stops on the Columbia River Gorge very crowded - even in October. Didn't have a place to park, but were able to jump out, take a photo, get honked at and leave.
Only tip I have...More
Set in the forest close to the Columbia river and not far from Multnomah Falls is smaller peaceful Horsetail Falls. This had small trails around and was not the tourist trap Multnomah Falls. A great place to sit and meditate.
This waterfall is right by the road and so you park and walk right across. You can get right to the pool. This is a great place to take pictures. It is not too crowded so it is perfect for families with young children and...More
I'm copying my review from Ponytail Falls here, because I highly recommend you do BOTH. They are accessed from the same parking lot. Horsetail Falls is right there across the road from the parking lot and Ponytail Falls trail begins nearby (requires a short hike...More
The waterfalls are accessible from the Hwy30. Parking is limited but traffic moves in and out. Be patient. You can always drive the road back again and maybe there will be parking then. That is what we did.
Stopped to see this beautiful fall while driving the Historic Highway 30. We saw a total of six falls and this was the last one along the route. It’s roadside and beautiful, there were people swimming at the bottom when we were there. Beautiful Falls,...More
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I live in Portland and have visited the Gorge several times by car and some hiking trips. I don't do water sports as the water is freezing all year! When you go to Multnomah Falls there is a visiting center where you can get... More
I live in Portland and have visited the Gorge several times by car and some hiking trips. I don't do water sports as the water is freezing all year! When you go to Multnomah Falls there is a visiting center where you can get maps of hiking trails and a map to hike all the Water Falls in the loop. If you going in July you will enjoy it as it should be really hot and humid. You can also take a scenic drive that takes you up to Crown Point ( a must see), and a stop at The ViewPoint Inn built in 1926 that is on the cover of the book Twilight and the Prom was filmed there in the movie. It burned on the inside and they were renovating it when I was there. The best investment you can buy is a book called Curious Gorge by Scott Cook. It covers over 100 Hikes and Explorations in the Columbia Gorge.I keep it in my car and have almost seen everything in the book :)