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We went to the left to go to the upper falls and then at the end we came to the road. We weren't sure how to get down to the lower falls but if you cross that road and follow the path down the hill it will loop you around to the lower falls.

Fall of 2016. What a beautiful surprise. Had to climb over debris from the slide.

Gorgeous falls, just breathtaking!

walking
1 day ago

Love this walk in the woods, and you're right in the middle of town. Wide paved paths & peaceful. We will definitely do this one again!

Beautiful walk through the woods on the west side of Beaverton. So peaceful. What a great place to take your family for a nature walk. We'll definitely walk these trails again.

Obsessed with the baby suspension bridge. Didn't get a chance to explore much more than that since I came after work.

We only went half mile in due to weather. Had mother nature cooperated, we would have thoroughly enjoyed the whole loop! (It rained, fairly heavy, the whole day. )

This was a great hike, the weather was warm and sunny. The trail is all signal track with lots of switch backs and wends its way along the cliff faces of the bowl. You’re either climbing or descending, very few areas of level walking.
There was a sign warning us of a bridge being washed out and the trail was closed at Wolf creek. Well heading off with the Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Rider spirit. If there is a bridge out we can cross the creek.
The trail started out with several switch backs for a mile and a half. We then crossed over a ridge and entered a bowl.
As the trail went around points and crossing several small creeks all with nice water falls as we make our way around the back side of the bowl. The trail had a few fallen trees nothing too bad, it was very apparent very few people hiked this trail, even as grand as the views were inside the bowl. There was no one else on the trail.
We then reached the North East end of the bowl and started to drop into the Wolf creek valley. This was a steep descend with switch backs. When we reach Wolf creek it was easily cross-able. A functional small foot bridge had been built by other hikers out of small logs.
We reached the trailhead just after 8:00 PM, just as it was starting to get dark. The 10.2 mile hike took just over 6 hours.
6 hours, experiencing truly natural freedom of being as part of nature and as close to with the natural world as person achieve in an afternoon.
The trail was all signal track with lots of switch backs and wends its way along the cliff faces of the bowl. You’re either climbing or descending, very few areas of level walking.

I'd like to give this trail a 1 so no one would go and it wouldn't get crowded but... this is an amazing trail. Even when it was raining and socked in with fog it was still beautiful. Lots of downed trees and trail head not marked.

backpacking
1 day ago

Was trying to complete the Tanner shuttle to Eagle Creek loop but got stuck on the first day. Beautiful conditions existed just until enter Mt. Hood National Forest. Snowpack was hard and difficult to cross, could not find the trailhead to Dublin Lake due to snow and lack of trailhead signage and had to turn around, camping at the site just after the switchbacks. I can't wait to go back and try this loop again once the snowpack melts- I give it a month or two!

A bit of a "mountain goat" trail at times - we had to do some extra climbing to avoid huge puddles of water in the path, but the view of the blue pool was worth it! Definitely a moderate hike.

Could not get to the trailhead. The road is closed (snow zone) to traffic. we could have walked from the blocked point, but the weather was not ideal (lots of rain this weekend). We will try again later this summer.

hiking
2 days ago

Pretty easy trail with Great view of Mt Hood and beautiful waterfalls. Getting across the river on the logs was fairly easy. A good bit of snow on the trail, but we were fine in hiking boots and there's plenty of footsteps so you shouldn't have trouble staying on the trail. Slight incline the whole way up, and slight decline on the way down. Some parts go through lovely dense green forests, and some parts follow a stream.