Ramona Falls Trail

#4 of 287 trails in Mt. Hood National Forest

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Ramona Falls Trail is a 6.8 mile loop trail located near Rhododendron, Oregon that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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Steven Bryan (45)

5 Completed1 Reviews

Gorgeous hike

Isaac Schmidt (37)

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was a good hike. It has a good elevation gain you can do it.

Ryan Schera (176)

3 Completed1 Reviews

Fun and beautiful trail for a day hike.

Casey Grogan (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Easily my new favorite hike. So much to see, the falls are straight out of Tolkien. River crossing over a log was something that made the experience a little more fun.

Hannah Shanburn (394)

16 Completed15 Reviews

Great hike for just about anyone. This was the very first hike I ever took my mom on (she's 46) after she quit smoking! She loved it. You get to see quite a few cool things on the way to ramona falls. The falls, of course are pretty crowded, but there's plenty of room to stake out a spot for lunch and still get to enjoy the cascading waterfall.

Matt Lariviere (53)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Fun easy hike with a gentle incline but was not bad. River crossing was easy there were a lot of downed trees that made a makeshift bridge. Great reward when you reach the falls, just beautiful even in the rain.

Lindsee Rome (165)

3 Completed1 Reviews

Great trail! Pretty easy hike.

Whitney Luchau (212)

32 Completed10 Reviews

This is one of my favorite hikes! I would try and check the condition of the river and make sure there is a way over it before you go! The hike is so beautiful and peaceful, makes you appreciate where you live!

I went on the 4th of July and there were probably 25 cars. Bring lunch to enjoy when you get to the fall!

Whitney Luchau (212)

32 Completed10 Reviews

This is one of my favorite hikes! Go early in the morning to try and beat the crowds!

Thanh Cramer (651)

25 Completed14 Reviews

Getting up close and personal with the falls was worth the hike - crossing the river on fallen trees was fun. Our views of Mt Hood were cloudy unfortunately, but still an awesome hike with beautiful trees.

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