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Multnomah Falls Trail

Bridal Veil, OR

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Multnomah Falls is a 2.4 mile out and back trail located near Cascade Locks, Oregon that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Abiqua Creek: Abiqua Falls
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

can someone please give me more info in how to get there i keep missing the area

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Ramona Falls Trail
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27 Completed 8 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!

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Angels Rest Trail
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27 Completed 8 Reviews

Lots of people, if you appreciate a quiet hike, go early in the morning or during the weekday. Lots of rocks, so if you bring your pup be careful with their paw pads. The view is beautiful!

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Kentucky Falls Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

The entire drive to the trail we thought we were going the wrong way since it was all gravel road and poorly marked. The drive itself was spectacular though, so there isn't too much of a complaint. The location also helps keep crowding down. The hike itself is very nice, the switch backs made the area seem less steep than it actually was and I didn't need to stop at all to catch my breath. The falls themselves are wonderful, I had only been expecting one but you see a total of about 3 along the way. Great, great, great, will do again.

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Spencer Butte Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This hike is very nice on the slow days but can be particularly packed on the busy days. It's certainly family-friendly which puts it down to 4 stars for me since I hate navigating around children. If it's a slow day though, the walk is incredibly peaceful. Towards the top you have to deal with some steepness but the trail is well marked and the strain is short lived. The view from the top is wonderful.

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Shan Creek Trail
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5 Completed 6 Reviews

Joshua. If you look at my review below and have a GPS or a smart phone to put in waypoints in a GPS app there are GPS coordinates for the two crossings and the track in the tracks section. When you cross the fallen tree, I believe that off to the right the faint trail goes. I seem to recall just a little further on I took a left up a faint trail to a slightly more visible trail and took a right on that. It kinda gets to a point where you go down a little 15ft or so moist hill,valley, run off thing down to the main trail and take a left and you are there. Or easiest of all slightly before you get to the big tree is a plank in the Creek that only goes half way. If you cross it is about mid calf height as of 2 days ago and the trail is on the other side. Just bring some aquasocks or do it barefooted, some of my friends did that.

PS. If anyone knows how to email or personally respond to someone on alltrails let me know in the review above this so I don't have to clutter up the reviews trying to give advise. Thanks.

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Abiqua Creek: Abiqua Falls
by Andrea Forsyth

1 Completed 1 Reviews

this is by far one of my favorite places. With little to no direction it made a great adventure for my friends and I. Such a great place for healing, laughs & meditation. definitely a place I'm going to be visiting when I'm feeling down because I left feeling refreshed. If you haven't been to this wonderful places back up your things, pick up some friends and get ready for an adventure. I'd say make sure you ride in a truck or something you can go off roading in, so you can make it down the rocky hill to the trail. :-)

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Eagle Creek Trail
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12 Completed 1 Reviews

A must see. U will enjoy every second

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Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area
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52 Completed 8 Reviews

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Abiqua Creek: Abiqua Falls
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52 Completed 8 Reviews

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