heavy. but it's so beautiful. My first time I felt I was dying but it was worth the effort

Loved this trail up the mountain. First time up I lost my breath but felt so accomplished once I reached the top falls!

Beautiful hike! I’ve never stood so close to a waterfall in my life, but you can get right up next to Wahkeena. What a cool experience

Honestly, this was one of our favorite day hike loops. It’s easy and the waterfalls are worth it. Be carefully for the drop off on the trail at the top of the falls. Breakfast at the Multnomah Falls Lodge is always a must.

Honestly, this was one of our favorite day hike loops. It’s easy and the waterfalls are worth it. Be carefully for drop off on the trail at the top of the falls.

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2 months ago

Stunning views of the Cascade peaks.

nice workout. lots of water and well shaded. some good views. Can be crowded. recommended.

Just went Yesterday with some friends. Beautiful day. Lots of waterfalls. Love seeing all the moss on the rock. Mileage is more like 5.3 miles.

It was s as beautiful day to hike. Easy to follow trail, good amount of challenge. Less people along the way, as you get away from the waterfall gazing crowds.

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icy
snow
2 months ago

Need spikes right now, very icy areas and very under-equipped hikers. Beware!

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2 months ago

Done this hike a few times, awesome for all the waterfall views!

Amazing snowed but hardly anyone was on the trail. A rare time when it isn’t crowded

Awesome! Awesome! I parked my RV in the Multnomah Falls parking lot and walked to Wahkeena along the road. You go about .4 miles before you hit Wahkeena. This incline on switch backs was impressive. I started on 9:00 AM on a Thursday morning in Early March. I came across 6 people for my first 2 hours. The 6 miles took me 3 hours while taking photos with my Canon. The trail follows the path of the waterfalls about 80% of the time. I finished at the Lodge and had a wonderful lunch!

Great hike! Wish that I went earlier so I could’ve gone on the other hiking trails connected to the loop. I got there around 2:30 pm and and finished around 5:15 pm. Since I went later in the day, I started at the Wahkeena Trailhead instead of Multnomah Falls. Around Multnomah and the beginning of Wahkeena, the trail was fairly traffic heavy but once you were deeper into the trail, it was pretty quiet and peaceful and you saw hikers periodically (which was nice to see some faces as a solo hiker). It took me a moment to figure out where the trail was when I walked down Multnomah and needed to get back to the Wahkeena trailhead. It’s right off of the Historic Columbia River Highway on the left hand side when walking west. You’ll see the a sign reminding that it’s illegal and dangerous to walk on the street and that you need to take the trail. As well as a couple yellow warning signs. Hope this review helps! It was definitely a great hike, and I got some amazing waterfall pictures out of it.

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muddy
rocky
2 months ago

Started on the Multnomah side since those are the only restrooms currently open. It was nice to get the busier part done first with all the tourist. Once you make it to the top of the falls and onto the Larch Mnt. Trail the views are stunning. probably my favorite part of the loop. some spot were muddy closer to Fairy Falls and steep downhill doing the loop clockwise. I'd suggest trekking poles if you want to protect your knees, but I'm 32 weeks pregnant and managed so it's definitely doable. Overall great hike and my Garmin clocked it at 5.6 miles.

Somewhat challenging elevation gain and trail quality with mud being the biggest factor. Hiked with my good friend Zack and summited within 2 hrs. We were clouded in a bit and within five minutes it broke and we were treated to an excellent view that I’d like to revisit in summer or late spring.

Wonderful views of the gorge along the way! I would call this moderate rather than hard. Muddy in spots, and snow at the top. I didn't need any special equipment, but poles are helpful.

It was a nice well marked trail. The top was whatever but theres lots of great viewpoints along the way. The last bit also had snow.

Beautiful loop, the waterfalls are amazing as always! Can’t wait till more opens and come back

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muddy
2 months ago

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rocky
3 months ago

Nice loop for a Saturday morning, started up Multnomah and looped back around past Wahkeena. A few small spots of mud but mostly dry after a week of sun. More people close to the trailhead but only a few farther out.

Literally amazing!!! All I can say!!! Pretty hard hike but it’s beautiful!!! A lot of uphill!!

A great trail. Really liked it.

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muddy
rocky
snow
3 months ago

Great trail- beautiful sights! Dog friendly. Didn’t love that it ended at Multnomah falls. I like things not so peopley

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