Dry Creek Falls via PCT is a 3.7 mile lightly trafficked 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, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Directions from Stevenson: Travel west on State Highway 14 for approximately three miles, just past the Bridge of Gods, to the trailhead.
Pretty easy hike. Snow made it a bit more difficult. Great waterfall.
Short simple hike. Easy to walk past. Follow Trail to the right.
Gorgeous hike. Waterfall is worth the hike up.
Great easy trail for families and it leads to a pretty waterfall! Use your forest pass and hook another hike to this in the gorge area because it is short...just enough to make you want to chase more waterfalls. Its leveled the entire way. Park at the trailhead and cross the street (watch for traffic from people driving to and from the toll bridge). You will be under the main highway and you need to stay to the right towards the pacific crest trail south.
Hiked 3/4 of the way to Herman Creek Trailhead. Pretty flat, no real spikes in elevation. A few good views but mostly dense forest and a few waterfalls. $5 to park.
Simple, easy hike through parts of the PCT. $5 parking. Lots of kids and people just hanging out by the waterfall eating sandwiches so arrive super early if you actually want to enjoy it.
Easy trail for kids and dogs. The trail is well maintained and not heavily trafficked.
I only hiked to Dry Creek Falls (and had done so by mistake) but it was beautiful!! Kudos to those that do so much more than I did!
This is a great fall and a short 30-40 minute hike if you park by the power lines off of Dry Creek Rd. Park at the gate and walk directly across the power lines to the old logging road that is adjacent to the Creek. When you get to the bridge for the Pacific Crest Trail turn right and the falls will be five minutes up the path.