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Multnomah Falls Trail

Bridal Veil, OR

Multnomah Falls Trail is a 2.4 mile out and back trail located near Bridal Veil, OR that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and scenic driving and is accessible from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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  • Best Trail Running

Recent Reviews

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Neahkahnie Mountain
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Beautiful viewing spot. Magical!

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Saddle Mountain
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Beautiful views. Go on a clear day.

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Soapstone Lake Trail
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Gorgeous! Well worth it

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Chip Ross Lower Dan Loop Trail
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Multnomah Falls Trail
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Roxy Ann Peak Trail
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Great trail. The only drawback was the trucks going to and from the quarry at the top. Mostly in the sun so bring a hat or sunblock!

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

Beautiful trail with amazing waterfalls, not difficult at all and totally off trail things you can explore!

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Triple Falls Trail
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Limpy Botanical Interpretive Loop Trail
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Mule Mountain Trail
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14 Completed 10 Reviews

This trail was totally accessible even after our wet winter weather. There's no need to open and close the front gate, as the "fence" around the gate is basically a pile of wood. You can easily pass beside the gate without going off-trail. The trail is uphill right from the start. The first stretch is in the forest, and the views really aren't that stunning. As you gain elevation, it clears, and there isn't much tree cover--but the views improve.

We only did about 2.5 miles out, for a round trip of 5 miles. We bypassed the Mule Creek trail and opted for the mountain trail, but we'll probably go back and check out the creek trail. At times, the mountain trail is about a foot wide with a drop-off to one side, so be aware of that. We also experienced that 'tilted foot' feeling one of the above reviewers mentioned...seems like parts of the trail were maybe rutted?