Multnomah Falls

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  • Address: Multnomah Falls, Oregon, USA, Portland, United States
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Tickets From $56.78

Multnomah Falls is the second largest waterfall of USA, which lies in the gorge of Columbia River. This 189m waterfall was formed by Missoula Floods almost 15000 years ago. Here you can find an area that consists of a lodge, viewing bridge and a pathway which was constructed by Simon Benson in 1915. Here you will be also informed about the local history of tribal people regarding the formation of the lake. You can reserve your accommodation here in the lodge which is located close to the falls too. You can even visit the bridge to enjoy the full view of the fall. Multnomah Falls also offers numerous trails which you can explore here.

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  • Multnomah Falls Address: Multnomah Falls, Oregon, USA, Portland, United States
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  • 1.85% of people who visit Portland include Multnomah Falls in their plan

  • 75% of people start their Multnomah Falls visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Multnomah Falls

Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Multnomah Falls

People normally club together Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and Elowah Falls while planning their visit to Multnomah Falls.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Multnomah Falls Reviews & Ratings

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    On 02-Jan-2019

    One of the most beautiful waterfall I’ve ever seen. So misty and mysterious. Hiking to the top is not hard but trail is steep.

  • An easy and accessible half day trip to view the hugely popular waterfall which is the second tallest all-weather fall in North America. There's a cute stone coffee shop and seven other nearby falls if you want to escape the crowds. Free entry but very busy and there are nicer options elsewhere that aren't as hectic.

  • A free, clean, natural wonder.

  • A beautiful place to visit at any time of the year. Highly recommend the Sunday brunch, quite the delicious display of food for a good price.

  • Massive waterfalls and from that height, possibly the tallest waterfalls in Oregon. Wonderful sight is this. Wonderful views of the cliffs and the surroundings, great sound of the waterfalls, this place is on the southern banks of River Columbia. Nice and we'll maintained trails for hiking. Parking is bit far from the spot, enough space for parking. This waterfalls is a well-known place in Oregon and attracts visitors from all over, bit crowded here. Nice restaurants available for meals. Really blissful sight.

  • I never miss an opportunity to visit the falls! It’s such a wonderful place to spend the day. The lodge has a gift shop that I had a very hard time leaving. I always come away with special memories!

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