I really enjoyed this hike because it was picturesque and pleasant without being too exerting. The trail is very soft and well maintained. The air is very fresh and the forest is the perfect getaway. The waterfalls were stunning and make sure to walk down to each viewpoint.

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muddy
15 hours ago

Nice trail, and open! Beautiful views. The road is horrible to get there- two miles of potholes.

A great place to adventure, not too crowded and seriously gorgeous.

Lower falls parking closed. I parked at Middle Falls and hiked down to lower falls. This was the most calming and relaxing hike. The trail was so well kept and perfectly situated next to the river. I would love to come back to the campground and hike the entire trail!

The best trail I’ve done in Western OR/WA!

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2 days ago

Great hike, family friendly and well shaded. Is a perfect hot day hike

Trail was great! It’s not well known so there were few people out, which we loved. The views are incredible but I do recommend a clearer day. Not a difficult hike either but it’ll feel like a perfect little workout for the day.

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rocky
3 days ago

If it wasn’t for how beautiful this place is I’d give it even less then 4 stars only because as follows .. Pro: amazing views , bathroom and parking , no fee to park , sunny and windy so not over heating , able to add more miles if you want by other interlacing trails . Con : all uphill which is fine but it also means it’s all downhill and your knees with the rocky road on way down will be hurting . If your scared of heights or have smaller beings ( animal , kid) be aware of the section after the “road” at the top as you loop back around it’s very narrow and close to edge .. my poor friend was not thrilled lol . Other wise it’s good workout with great views . Keep eye for passing mountain bikers and your golden

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rocky
3 days ago

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rocky
3 days ago

My absolute favorite trail on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. The wild flowers are awe inspiring and the views are breathtaking!

Alright this is my first review ever. First of all, a very beautiful drive to the part. The lower falls parking is closed, so simply drive to the middle falls and park. If full, well, park somewhere on the road where allowed. If possible park on the middle, as I found that to be a perfect starting point for most regular folk who hike every now and then. I went to the lower falls, a small area of rocky path, but if you go carefully, really not a problem. The lower falls were very beautiful and so majestic. Then walk back up to the middle falls and do some more of the whole “I need a selfie, oh my god” scene. Then proceed to the upper falls that has a beautiful view, a huge log to sit on and enjoy the scene. Before going down to the water, there is a path that continue and you will end up pretty much on top of the upper falls. The hike to that is a bit steep, but it’s not to long of a path, but totally worth it. I felt that going to lower, taking a break, then middle, taking a break, and then upper, and taking a break was the best way to balance the hike. It was not a hard hike, but it’s all personal fitness level. I feel everyone can do this hike and truly will not deter people from hiking if this one was their first. Did I mention I really loved the falls? Honestly, totally worth going. For those campers or glampers, there is spots for camping and what not throughout the park, but please inquire with the parks and recreation or whatever Washington has. Anyways, I hope you will truly embrace the beauty the PNW brings, and this is one of those spots.

The hike was absolutely perfect yesterday! No mud, few bugs, a couple of cowardly snakes! If you are using the directions through this app, at least on Waze, it guides you to the wrong trailhead. You need to look for the sign to lower falls creek trail and not just follow the GPS. Other than that, excellent.

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muddy
4 days ago

The trail itself was really nice. It was pretty easy of a hike but there are quite a bit of uphills throughout but nothing too crazy. Family friendly. The only issue is keep an eye on your dogs! I discovered he had a tick the day after going on this hike. I’ve heard ticks have been out everywhere lately so be cautious please!

Amazing hike! I did this yesterday with my dog. The lower falls parking area is closed so I parked at the upper falls (just an extra 5-10 min down the road) and did the whole loop (about 6 miles). Only saw 3 other groups of people so easy to social distance (I was there from about 9 am to 12 pm). Most of the hike is shady and you can access the water from multiple areas, so it was a great for a hot day.

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closed
5 days ago

We decided to take a drive and see what Lewis River Falls was about. Lower part is closed but middle and high part is open. You could still walk about 2 miles to get from middle fall to the lower fall. We decided to just take the middle fall trail. The trail is nice but a little dangerous for the little ones. Gotta make sure they dont slip. The middle fall was beautiful but cant get in the water from that area since it will drag you. We did ask around and a family did mention that the walk to the lower fall wasnt bad. I will have to drive back once the Lower part is open and check the river fall.

Amazing trail! Just amazing! If you do all the sites, it’s closer to 10 miles.

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muddy
6 days ago

Short and easy hike but very rewarding!! Road was a bit rough with a few areas with potholes. The trail itself is well maintained and only a bit muddy at times. The waterfalls are just incredible. When you reach the waterfall you can climb up and around to the left of the falls to reach the upper falls for even better views. Highly recommend!!

Trail is open, not too busy and beautiful!

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snow
6 days ago

Can you still go in the water and hang out at that gorgeous looking waterfall?

Can you still go in the water and hang out at that gorgeous looking waterfall?

a great easy hike to some amazing waterfalls. it looks like something from deep jungle central america...but, its NOT! it's our PNW.

nice little walk in the woods. I gave it 3 stars because even though the trail is a beautiful old one thats mostly deciduous, you're walking just across the creek from the main road. there's road noise that can dwarf the creek and the trees. the wildflowers are out en masse now so it's a great time to do it. also, read earlier posts about the waterfall being in the middle of the trail and the spur going to it is not marked, so you can miss it easily.

Amazing!

This trail is actually a tad over 6 miles, strange that it shows up as 5! Nice and mostly shaded.

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