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Gregory Samayoa reviewed Memaloose and Clackamas Falls
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Road access was closed 3 miles before the trailhead on 3/6/21. Road crews wouldn’t allow hiking in due to road work.

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Daniel Cruz reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Steep and there is rope already there to help overall Fairly easy trail , No signs or guidance so make sure to bring a map. Says it’s closed but there is no gates or signs that I saw..

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Brantly Bright reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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Has anyone been able to check on this trail recently? I would love to hike it in a few weeks.

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Evan Brown reviewed Memaloose and Clackamas Falls
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Well worth your time.

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Fiorella Ramirez reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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Is this place opened??? Anyone? Has anyone gone???

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Amanda Price reviewed Memaloose and Clackamas Falls
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This trail was no joke, but if you are an adventurer and not shy about being in legitimately sketchy scenarios: this trail is for you. My boyfriend and I had an excellent time. We did this hike on my birthday last year, July 28th 2020. I think I may have the last photo ever taken on this log before it collapsed

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Ester Aguilar reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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HikingMuddyWashed out

Hiked it last year before the fires...worth the hard work for that beautiful view! Trail does get washed out when it down pours.

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Roshni Ganesan reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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Is it open as of January 2021? I plan to go this weekend! Has anyone gone in the recent past to this beautiful place?

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Shea Obrien reviewed Memaloose and Clackamas Falls
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HikingMuddyOver grownRockyScramble

The waterfall was stunning. BRING STURDY GLOVES. and make sure you screenshot directions others have given before heading out to the forest. Finding the actual trailhead was a little bit of a challenge. This is not a hike for the weak of hands. Be ready for a truly cliff like rope climb up and down. Truly challenging and an absolutely fantastic experience. Tons of cool old structures/train tracks caves/ bridges. Perfect swimming spot at the bottom of the waterfall.

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Erin Marcellais reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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I went before the fires, so I cannot speak to the condition of the trail post fire. Be prepared for a bit of a walk on gravel (not very shaded) depending on how far up you park (I recommend parking further up where the gravel road is still wider and walking, it’s much easier than trying to turn around where the road is narrow by the trail head. Once you’re at the actual trailhead, it’s not bad. It is muddy depending on recent rains, and there is a section where you need to utilize a rope to lower yourself down and climb back up. Highly recommend tennis shoes at the very least, but hiking shoes recommended. I suppose the trail would be fine for dogs, but may have to carry them down the rope part. Good potion of the trail you are walking along the creek if not on the rocks, so rain may affect how washed out this portion of the trail is. The actual fall is amazing. Absolutely breathtaking. It makes any troubles on the trail worth it. I highly recommend this trail to anyone, for regular hikers this is definitely more of a casual hike.

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Jayne Fraley reviewed Memaloose and Clackamas Falls
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HikingBlowdownBridge outGreat!IcyRockyScrambleWashed out

The trail was very washed out and burned. It was an amazing adventure if you’re willing to get dirty and make your own trail. Make sure you bring gloves and some extra rope. The bridge is completely burned down and you have to cross on a fallen log. The bridge to the second set of caves is also burned out. The trail is unmarked due to landslides and fallen trees. We took NF 45 until there were fallen branches across the road and then hiked from there.

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There’s a few things wrong about the directions and description. For one they do allow dogs I’ve been going here for years and have took my dogs here many times just be mindful and clean up your dogs poop, and none of the rangers told me anything. Two the trail is not on the left it’s on the right and there are two possible ways to get down once you’ve parked there is a difficult trail which is in the right and an easy trail which is on the left.

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Fiorella Ramirez reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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Is this place closed ????

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Shaelie Burgess reviewed Abiqua Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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Peyton Delp reviewed Memaloose and Clackamas Falls
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Awesome place with awesome caves and waterfalls, sadly is was completely decimated by wildfires. Still worth it though I think. NF 45 is closed. We parked where the normal road turns to national forest and hiked down the logging roads as far as they went(they go farther than AllTrails shows) and then bushwhacked to the top of the South waterfall, from there there is a cave you can take down to the base of the waterfall and the rest of the trail. If you choose to do like we did definitely bring gloves and maybe your own rope (we used our rope twice but could have easily made it without it). It’s a very steep bushwac.

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