Elowah and Upper McCord Creek Falls Trail is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cascade Locks, Oregon that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Easy hike with plenty of eye candy. Only downside is the traffic noise for part of the climb.
Great hike! Not too difficult. Once you get to the waterfall enjoy the heavenly sound.
Pretty short, easy hike leading to a spectacular amphitheater with Elowah Falls in the backdrop. It was breathtakingly beautiful!
Great little hike that rewards you with beautiful falls. Definitely combine with Upper McCord to get the full experience!
so pretty, waterfall , and the trails go on as long as you want!
The falls are beautiful. The hike is difficult for folks not in shape. I brought a friend with me and assumed the trails would be more flat but there is a lot of uphill climbing that again was challenging for someone not in shape. Also, the paths have a lot of rocks embedded in them, which makes for uneven grounds.
It was a great hike. The falls are so pretty. Lots of switch backs. Lots of rocks on the trail. But there is another way out besides the switch backs. Just go up the hill from the bridge. About a 1/2 mile. Stay left on the trail. You end up at the bicycle trail. It's a nice flat walk. Or go back up the way you came in. Enjoy this beautiful area.
Go see Elowah falls as well if you're on this trail, both nice falls and not a very long hike to see both
Easy to get to, very short. Waterfall isn't an easy one to get a good photo of but worth seeing
Did this last week with Elowah falls trail one of my favorite hikes on the gorge
My favorite waterfall hike it wasn't crowded which I love this says 1.2 but if you go up above on the McCord creek trail there are amazing views and you'll get 4 plus miles started to get crowded as we came out to our car but no where near as bad as Angels rest or Multnomah
Short and sweet. Very pretty
Short and sweet.
I did this hike twice while in Portland, and both times it was fantastic. I photographed a couple the second time, and the images turned out fantastically. It goes without saying, but prepare to get wet if you plan to wander close to the falls. It's an enjoyable, quick hike. Have fun!
Nice and easy