Topic: Wahkeena Falls
December 15, 2018
Ever since the Eagle Creek Fire broke out in September 2017, most of the trails on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge have been closed. When the trails from Angels Rest to Multnomah Falls recently reopened after restoration work, I was anxious to see how one of my favorite loop hikes fared.
April 17, 2017
This loop hike starts at the Wahkeena Falls trailhead, then takes the Angels Rest Trail to Wahkeena Spring and on to Angels Rest and up to Devils Rest.
April 1, 2017
Spring is my favorite time of year to hike in the Columbia River Gorge. The waterfalls and streams are running full (especially with the amount of rain we’ve had this year!), and everything is super green.
March 27, 2016
Starting at the Wahkeena Falls trailhead, we hiked up to the source of Wahkeena Creek, a spring that comes up out of the ground and then cascades down the hillside as a creek.
January 24, 2015
On this classic Columbia River Gorge hike, view six waterfalls, including Oregon’s highest, and hike alongside two cascading spring fed creeks meandering through lush greenery, and old-growth Douglas fir.
November 16, 2012
Wahkeena Falls on a foggy and rainy day.
May 29, 2010
The Wahkeena Falls hike is a good spring conditioner. The beginning is steep with many switchbacks. On this day, the wildflowers were displaying spectacular form.
April 18, 2009
With waterfalls and beautiful cascading streams all along the hike, this is a classic loop in the Columbia River Gorge.
January 11, 2009
We have hiked up Wahkeena Falls many times in the summer and since I was itchin’ to go on a hike in January, we decided to see what it looks like in winter.
May 18, 2008
We started at Wahkeena Falls and took the Wahkeena/Multnomah junction over to the Devils Rest trailhead.