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Great small trail to see a waterfall. It is a busy trail.

awesome trail. the only downside is the size of the parking lot

I actually hiked this back in August before the fires from Multnomah falls through Wahkeena and onto Angels Rest. Over 11 miles total! Lots of incline! Bring lots of water and food. One of my favorite hikes, so glad I got to be able to do this one early on.

A very easy hike but the waterfall is awesome at the end. I did this hike along with another hike since this one was so quick and easy.

walking
1 month ago

I love this place! The nude beach and all! This is a family oriented nude beach, no hanky panky there are kids here and respectable people enjoying the sandbar, lunch and waving as the ships go by! There are multiple put in areas for boats, large parking areas, bathrooms, and the river! You pay a small fee coming in, but its worth it if youre not here to trash the place!

I love hiking, and this was a hard one! A lot of elevation gain, but the view is most definitely worth it! We did not take kids, or pups on this hike, and I'm glad we didn't. Be sure to wear good shoes, and consider layers, as you may be cool in the beginning, but the work will warm you up quickly!

Love this hike! It’s pretty short, but the falls at the end are beautiful. This isn’t a super easy hike for people with disabilities as it is kind of steep and there are stairs, including some steep stairs to the viewing deck. Older kids would enjoy it.

Came here on a random heat wave June 2016 because Oneonta was ridiculously busy. To our surprise we found we were accidentally on our way to a nude beach. We didn’t actually leave the trail so we never seen anything. The beach seemed inconspicuous, which seems perfect if you’re into that kind of thing. Overall, not my kind of hike. However, I like forest trails....

One of the best hikes that I’ve been on but make sure to wear the proper shoes.

Wasn’t the best but then again I’m more into long hikes

Short hike ➡️ Beautiful Falls

Hiked this trail a number of times, and it is one that is relatively easy at most points but has a few rough spots if you're not careful. Great view of the Gorge.

hiking
4 months ago

Short moderately steep but the stairs helped. May 2017. Enjoyed the views and the lush green. And the waterfall was beautiful. Wish I was in better shape for the hike back out, had to stop once to catch my breath.

Not easy to find the trailhead but good sort hike for kids and dogs.

Beautiful view for a short hike. Dog and kid friendly, small incline on the way back up. 2/3 of a mile, and the interpretive trail at the north of the parking lot has three gorgeous overlooks on a 1/5 mike loop. A lot of bang for your buck.

hiking
6 months ago

Quick little hike. Good for kiddos or if you aren’t in great hiking shape, but want a taste of the gorge.

beautiful view and a great little fall!

Easy hike, nice view of waterfall and gorge. Quick stop.

The parking lot at the bottom has limited spots, but you can also park along the road if the lot is full. I chose to do this hike later in the day in the middle of July so I could get some shade along the way. It's uphill pretty much the whole way, with some climbing required over these gnarly rocks. Lots of room along the path at the top for people to sit down, picnic, and just enjoy the view.

I'm so glad I toughed it out and did this hike before the Eagle Creek wildfire happened. I don't know who much the fire took away from the view. But the viewpoint at the top provides a beautiful vantage point of the Columbia River Gorge on the Oregon side. Honestly, you could get a view that's just as breathtaking by driving to Vista House at Crown Point. But the view is so much more rewarding when you have to work for it.

This goes without saying, but don't do this hike in December like I did. It's a lot of work for a foggy view!

walking
9 months ago

Easy trail, (unless you hate stairs) not the prettiest falls in the Gorge, but can be done pretty quickly if you got an extra 1/2 hour to kill

Forrest fires made the view less impressive and it was a bit windy at the top but a lovely hike all together

the loop took my brother and I 6 hours, but we took a wrong turn and took our time with the views. Awesome waterfalls and seeing the spring was super cool after seeing the waterfall that it forms. It'll take you some time, so bring water and food!

Second time I've done this trail up to the Angel's Rest and back which typically takes me (a steady paced hiker, but not super fast) around 2 hours total. A great way to get the heart beat up and enjoy the shade. There's still some water in the creek (Coopey Creek) and you pass over a small bridge at one point. It is super popular to just go to the rest and back, and we saw around 100 people today (Saturday, starting around 10am). Parking can be pretty full, but you can park on the sides of the street. This loop trail incorporates a loop on Devil's Rest Trail that is a lot farther than what most people do.

One of the best hikes I've been on, with some to notch views. Try to go midweek to avoid heavy traffic.

This is a great loop! It's about 10 miles the way we did it! Lots of climbing and vert. Good for training.

Fun hike! Great views of the Gorge.

Stopped at Angels Rest. Great hike for those with a time constraint.

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