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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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Munra Point Trail
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

Super intense but lots of fun! Was tricky finding the trail head and there were lots of steep sections that we were slipping and sliding around, but seriously adventurous. I'd do it again! :)

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Upper Rogue River Trail: Natural Bridge to Big Bend Segment, Miles 14-21
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7 Completed 6 Reviews

Ended up swimming across the Rogue because the trail went nowhere.

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rogue gorge trail
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7 Completed 6 Reviews

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Drift Creek Falls Trail
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11 Completed 6 Reviews

I finally did this hike after having it saved and looking at it for 2 years! I can now check it off my bucket list of hikes :) It was a 3 hour drive and well worth it. The waterfall wasn't the coolest or biggest but still so beautiful. The thing that drew me to this trail was the stunning suspension bridge and for me that was well worth the trip alone! It absolutely amazes me that people took their time and effort/money to build this bridge. The hike itself was gorgeous and the forest was beautiful and so peaceful. There wasn't much traffic on the trail and passed a few hikers but not many. Maybe it was because it was on a Friday and not the weekend...the trail is very well maintained and easy to walk on, do note that it is all downhill getting to the bridge and fall so be aware what goes down must come up.....lol. But it was a gradual incline so it's very doable. I would highly suggest this hike for the bridge alone, but then again I have a fascination with bridges :) Happy Hiking!

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Gin lin Mining Trail
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7 Completed 6 Reviews

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Trail of Ten Falls at Silver Falls State Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Hiked all 10 falls with 3 children aged 1 (in backpack for most), 7 and 8. The trail was great motivation for them as they crossed off each waterfall on the map as we got to it. I would definitely recommend starting at South Falls and ending on the rim trail back down to South Falls. We stopped to eat our lunch about half way and went in for a foot cool off and plat in North Falls.
There is currently no water at Winter Falls.

For trail runners I also ran this trail alone a couple of days later again starting at South Falls. A truly amazing run.

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Siltcoos Lake Trail
by Jeanne High

1 Completed 1 Reviews

My first real forest hike. I was in total awe. Beautiful trees and my guide was an old friend retired from the forest service. I learned so much on this easy trail.

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Trail of Ten Falls at Silver Falls State Park
by Chris F.

1 Completed 1 Reviews

The hike is decent and waterfalls are beautiful. www.google.com can show pics of all waterfalls. Worth the effort to hike at least once.

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Lower Table Rock Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This trail was great! Despite the smokey air due to the recent Washington fires, we all (5, 30- recently active, and 55- skinny not terribly active) did well! Stopping for a few breathers, as it was 90+ degrees, we did at least 1.5 hrs before it started to get eerily dark. Opted to head back down before the hungry critters made their way out! :) Will definitely start earlier & make it to the top next time!

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Wizard Island
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Fantastic hike to the summit of Wizard Island. Rocky at the beginning, but smooths out after 5-10 minutes. Gorgeous views in all directions of Crater Lake.

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