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While we were hiking the trails from Clear Lake we came across these beautiful Falls approximately 4.5 miles very nice this time of year plenty of water flowing over the Falls what a spectacular sight to see defin...
Short easy walk in Magic forest scenery opens to breathtaking rushing, roaring waterfall.
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Multnomah Falls

Bridal Veil
From the parking lot, it is a short and easy walk on a paved trail to Viewpoint #1 where you can observe the two-tiered waterfall in full, along with a bridge in the foreground over the higher tier.
Parking was easy and there are many opportunities for photos along the entire hike, which is approximately 1.25 miles to the platform area at the top of the Falls, with 11 switchbacks.
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At this time of year (Mid-March) there is still snow on the ground so, we shared the experience with snowshoers, cross country skiiers, people walking their dogs, and many just like us, out to enjoy a hike and the...
We did the Happy Valley Trail which was 8 miles round trip that followed the river with lookouts at several smaller but gorgeous waterfalls.
Of all the many falls we stopped at on our drive back to Portland, this one was probably our favorite, as it features an easy trail up the east side with stunning views of the falls and the forest.
Incredible natural beauty - the perfect beginning of our waterfall exploration.
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Toketee Falls

Crater Lake National Park
It's a busy trail and there are several areas with stairs but it's suitable for all ages, though it is a bit of a workout, just walk it at your own pace, plenty of shade to rest in and there are seats at the end.
Quick little beautiful hike through mossy forest floors and towering trees, Toketee has something for everyone, feeling brave?
Further up the trail is Fairy Falls, tumbling across the trail, and the the switchbacks keep bringing you back to the refreshing, tumbling water contributing to Wahkeena - and the beauty get's better as you move a...
As you go up, it is well sign-posted ... when you get to a fork with a right turn on the path and a left turn up a bit of a stream, take the stream as few people do ... it is only 10 yards and then its back on to...
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Well worth the hike on a steep 0.5 mile trail to the base of the falls, the third highest in Oregon and the highest in southwest Oregon.
The hike goes through a wonderfull forest with lots of mosses, large trees and flowers.
If you are in the hiking mood you can hike on to Diamond Creek Falls which is another stunning but quite different waterfall in the area.
For those you wish to challenge themselves more there is a trailhead that leads you to another waterfall.
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Munson Creek Falls is a work of natural art as I have said and I highly recommend people to make the short hike and check it out.
A Hidden Treasure Only Requiring a Short Drive and an Easy Hike
I enjoyed and view and watching all the wonderful visitors to the area.
One of the sights to see in Oregon.
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an easy trail that leads to some great views and spectacular scenery; the gorge, waterfalls, boulders - its well worth stopping in on your way past
A very short hike in either direction (a few hundred feet in from the parking area) gets you different and fabulous views.
This has been my favorite place for an easy hike while taking in the three areas of the park since I was a teen, then a Mom of 2 girls, and now a FUN place to take our grandchildren.
It's a great hike for a workout, or also for more leisurely strolling with family.
And easy trail, a bit of ups and downs, beautiful lava fields and a gorgeous waterfall at the end.
This is a great hike to see these however to really get good photos of both the upper and lower falls you need to do some serious rock and tree climbing over and under.
Breathtaking waterfalls at every turn it takes a long time to take a relatively short hike because you have to stop so much to take photos.
It’s an easy hike on a well-maintained trail that features a series of cascading falls.
It's a bit crowed of a trail when we went at around 2pm, but nicely shaded the majority of the way and quite pleasantly winding along the river until you reach the falls.
This was a nice scenic hike in the woods, along a stream with amazing waterfalls at the end.

Willamette Falls

Oregon City
This spot is historical in so many ways -- generational trading spot for many Indigenous tribes, source of electricity for Portland and the surrunding area in the 1800s, and it provides passage of annual salmon sp...
Great history and instructions at the viewpoint on Highway 99 overlooking the falls.
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Along the way there we meandered through the moss ladden trees amongst mushrooms and lichen to Ramona Falls with its mossy rocks and rainbows where sun peers through the shady trees.
Loved the hike although the first half of the forest is a little less “forest” and more like sparse aged woods, after the river crossing the forest is much healthier and gorgeous.

Plaikni Falls

Crater Lake National Park
The easy hike to Paikni is a little over a mile, through beautiful old growth forest (Hemlock, Fir & White Bark Pine).
Lovely, super easy hike to beautiful falls!
There is a small parking lot, very few people, and spectacular waterfall at the end of a short hike down a hillside.
I had my Chacos on which helped as far as protecting my feet, but the rocks in the creek are super slippery.
A 2 mile loop hike (1 mile each way) that is easy to moderate (more easy than moderate) with an amazing view as your reward.
The trailhead sign says its a one-mile hike, but it sure feels longer than that.

Susan Creek Falls

Idleyld Park
Susan creek Falls- educational trail as well as Nature’s beauty !
We enjoyed the short hike into Susan Creek Falls, but the falls themselves were incredible.
Even though this is a small waterfall in height, I love that it goes in and out of the lava.

Little Zigzag Falls

Government Camp
This short hike was perfect for my littles and my older mother in law.
You get to walk along the little creek all the way up to the falls.

Steelhead Falls

Crooked River Ranch
Parts of the trail is narrow and you will need to be able to navigate rocks and tree roots so you need to have steady legs.
Stunning falls just a short hike from the trailhead.

Whitehorse Falls

Crater Lake National Park
Super short hike, very nice view.
This hike is very close to the road.

Vidae Falls

Crater Lake National Park
These are small falls and easily seen from the Rim Drive.
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