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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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Sacajawea Peak
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8 Completed 0 Reviews

Was an awesome hike! We hiked up to a base camp in the snow then hiked the summit the following next day. It's a pretty difficult hike so I would definitely say that it's a two day hike. Glacading down from the summit to base camp was a lot of fun.

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Eagle Creek Trail
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

Great hike, not very challenging but the views are amazing. The first few miles see alot of people, most just going to the punch bowl and back but thin out the further you go. The sound of rushing water throughout is very relaxing. A must do hike.

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Camp Adair to Oak Creek
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24 Completed 6 Reviews

This trail is pretty cool, you cover a lot of ground and get to see a lot of scenery. If you're going to go all that way, definitely take the spur and head up to the top of Dimple Hill before going down to Oak Creek. Dimple Hill has the best view in the McDonald Forest in my opinion. Took both dogs and we got done in about 4 hours. Close to either end of the trail and near Lewisburg Saddle there are more people, but I saw very few people all day. If it had been sunnier there would have been more, but in the remote parts it's easy to get away from everyone if that's what you want.

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Wild Cherry - Alder Loop
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

Quick and easy little 5 miler, easy steady up for the first half quick down for the back half. Lots of traffic (runners and bikers) at the start and end, but relatively low traffic for a nice Saturday in the middle. I'd do it again if I needed to get an easy hike in.

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Abiqua Creek: Abiqua Falls
by Reina R

4 Completed 0 Reviews

We hiked about 4 miles from the actual trail which was only about a mile or so. Parked at the ATV staging area as suggested by many, but if you have 4x4 I suggest you go all the way down that road, it may seem like you'll never get to the end but you will! We came across what we thought was the trail down after a small clearing until we saw people practically rock climbing back up, no sight of a rope, with kids lol. The actual hike downhill was a bit of a challenge, nothing like the hike back up though. Ropes are definitely handy going down. Once you turn that corner, it is all so worth it:)

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Angels Rest in the Columbia River Gorge
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10 Completed 9 Reviews

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Marshall Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great little park in the heart of town. I love this place!

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Wahkeena Falls Loop
by Lauren Ray

42 Completed 1 Reviews

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Whiskey Peak
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12 Completed 6 Reviews

The map on alltrails is useless, try this one: https://www.google.com/maps/dir/42.0067116,-123.1531265/Whisky+Peak,+Rogue+River+-+Siskiyou+National+Forest,+Oregon+97530/@42.0159446,-123.2612409,12z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m0!1m5!1m1!1s0x54cfea7452d15a59:0xa12b391602e6230e!2m2!1d-123.2608869!2d42.0206779!3e0

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Whiskey Peak
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12 Completed 6 Reviews

The map on alltrails is useless. Try this one:

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