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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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Step Creek Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Nice mossy vine maples and second growth Doug fir. Has a nice feel to it. There's a meadow at the far SE end of the trail.

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ollala simple trail
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1 Completed 6 Reviews

Looked like a nice short ride on a wintery wet day. Technically it's mostly easy double track. Some of the single track brought it up to moderate. As did some of the climbing was steep and sustained. Not a lot of views except at the top of one of the ridges. It was very helpful to have the All Trials GPS trail as I had to backtrack several times on the old logging roads. Credit to the Scouts who developed some of the single track trails. Took about 1.5 hours by bike.

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ollala simple trail
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1 Completed 6 Reviews

Looked like a nice short ride on a wintery wet day. Technically it's mostly easy double track. Some of the single track brought it up to moderate. As did some of the climbing was steep and sustained. Not a lot of views except at the top of one of the ridges. It was very helpful to have the All Trials GPS trail as I had to backtrack several times on the old logging roads. Credit to the Scouts who developed some of the single track trails. Took about 1.5 hours by bike.

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ollala simple trail
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1 Completed 6 Reviews

Looked like a nice short ride on a wintery wet day. Technically it's mostly easy double track. Some of the single track brought it up to moderate. As did some of the climbing was steep and sustained. Not a lot of views except at the top of one of the ridges. It was very helpful to have the All Trials GPS trail as I had to backtrack several times on the old logging roads. Credit to the Scouts who developed some of the single track trails. Took about 1.5 hours by bike.

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ollala simple trail
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1 Completed 6 Reviews

Looked like a nice short ride on a wintery wet day. Technically it's mostly easy double track. Some of the single track brought it up to moderate. As did some of the climbing was steep and sustained. Not a lot of views except at the top of one of the ridges. It was very helpful to have the All Trials GPS trail as I had to backtrack several times on the old logging roads. Credit to the Scouts who developed some of the single track trails. T

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ollala simple trail
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1 Completed 6 Reviews

Looked like a nice short ride on a wintery wet day. Technically it's mostly easy double track. Some of the single track brought it up to moderate. As did some of the climbing was steep and sustained. Not a lot of views except at the top of one of the ridges. It was very helpful to have the All Trials GPS trail as I had to backtrack several times on the old logging roads. Credit to the Scouts who developed some of the single track trails. T

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ollala simple trail
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1 Completed 6 Reviews

Looked like a nice short ride on a wintery wet day. Technically it's mostly easy double track. Some of the single track brought it up to moderate. As did some of the climbing was steep and sustained. Not a lot of views except at the top of one of the ridges. It was very helpful to have the All Trials GPS trail as I had to backtrack several times on the old logging roads. Credit to the Scouts who developed some of the single track trails.

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Triple Falls Trail
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15 Completed 3 Reviews

Tried doing this hike today and couldn't complete it because of a large landslide about 2/3 up the trail. We were able to take some of the other trails, but it looks like it might be a while before this trail will be fixed.

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Hobbit Beach - China Creek Loop Trail
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30 Completed 3 Reviews

We started from the Washburn St Pk campground trailhead. Which is located exactly at mp 176 of hwy 101. Roughly mid way between Cape Perpetua and the sea lion caves. The day use parking area is actually on the west side of hwy 101. Trail that starts from the campground on the east side of the hwy has no parking (that we saw) if you are not in a campsite. We first went on out to Heceta Head Lighthouse then back tracked to the "hobbit trail" which leads down to the beach. Then 2 miles back to the parking lot via the beach. It was a nice hike of about 6 miles total. The "Hobbit" portion as far as I can tell was all of about 100 ft. But it is all on good trails and through mossy forests with a lot of good view points along the way. Adding the Heceta Head portion has a moderate hill climb but nothing terrible strenuous. Other than that the rest of the hike is a piece of cake.

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Proxy Falls
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Fantastic Set of Waterfalls!!! See link below for awesome pictures, a video and a map!
http://vps9415.inmotionhosting.com/~visitmr/oregon/item/proxy-falls/

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