Wahkeena Falls Loop Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Bridal Veil, OR that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This is a beautiful loop in the gorge that brings you to one of the best waterfalls in the area. This loop hike passes by several waterfalls. The trail ascends Wahkeena Creek past the springs which feed the waterfall and then continues onto Larch Mountain Trail which brings you to Multnomah Falls. Looking down from the top of the tallest waterfall in Oregon is pretty amazing! The trail then descends down to the Multnomah Lodge and returns via a the highway to the Wahkeena parking lot.
Awesome trail, one of my favorites. Pretty enlightening experience. Moderate to difficult in some areas.
Fantastic trail! Our GPS gave us 6.5 miles round trip. Lots of uphill one way but after that it's relatively flat. I'd start the Wakeena way- less people.
This is one of my favorite hikes, and the one that I take most of my out-of-towners to go see. Lots of beautiful waterfalls, views, gorgeous forest and it's not so long or so steep that I completely flatten them. Love this hike.
great hike with beautiful views of falls, specially close to Wakheena falls at multiple spots, fairy falls and ecola falls (digression to go near ecola falls is worth it). start from the wakheena side, was less crowded.
Love the falls and views on this hike!
Great trail with very well marked intersections. Beautiful views of Multnomah, Fairy, and Wahkeena Falls. Well worth the walk.
This trail was fun. The ground is uneven and we walked over alot of rocks. Very pretty.
Love this trail! Only takes a few hours if you want to race around but there are a lot of pictures to be had! Very beautiful country I would love to hike this again
wonderful waterfalls, rambling streams, monstrous trees, overlooks and lots of tourist (near the lower levels of the falls) to get a chuckle out of trying to hike in flip flops or sandles. would of loved to have more time to explore deeper into the forest.
Magic happens about 2 miles in, and you won't stop being amazed until you get back to the start. Still one of my all-time favorite hikes. It's the gift that keeps on giving.
We did this hike 3 years ago and it was well worth spending all day doing it. Tons of waterfalls!!
start of the trail a little after 9 o'clock in the morning. the loop is technically 5.5 miles with a 1574 foot elevation gain. absolutely amazing to see this many waterfalls on one Trail.
This was one of the most beautiful hikes I've ever done. You hike along the river for most of it, so you see many waterfalls, and Multnomah Falls is one of them. If you park in the Wahkeenee Picnic area, remember that they close the gate at 8pm, so try to park along the road. I highly recommend this hike, but not recommended for kids.