It is so overgrown.
Fairy Falls (pictured) is one of this trail's most popular stopping points. Located miles up the trail, Fairy Falls plunges only feet but offers a charming example of a fan type waterfall.
Wahkeena Trail is often combined with the lower miles of Larch Mountain Trail # (area is unavailable) and the Return Trail for a mile bushdig.bart Towns: Cascade Locks, OR; Corbett, OR; Troutdale, OR.
Wahkeena Falls is day use area and trail situated at the base of beautiful Wahkeena Falls, just west of Multnomah Falls on the Historic Columbia River Highway. One of stops along the famed waterfall area on the Historic Highway, it connnects with a network of trails that make for great day hike loop opportunities, and world-class bushdig.bar: No Fee. The Wahkeena Falls day use area.
One of the best places to get a view of the falls is from the bottom, where there’s a stone observation platform at the trailhead. While Wakheena is partially obstructed by tree limbs and rocks, it’s a good way to get an idea of the size and trajectory of the falls before heading up.
Looking up at the falls Wahkeena Trail. Mar 24, You can appreciate the tiers of Wahkeena Falls from here, but in spring and summer, the view is partially obscured by mossy big-leaf maples. Head to your right, and cross a footbridge over Wahkeena Creek. Then make a traverse on a paved trail into Douglas-fir/hemlock woods before making a.
The view of Wahkeena Falls is wonderful and you are able to see the two distinct tiers of the ft. waterfall (although it actually has a total of 6 drops, you can’t see all of them at once)."These falls were once known as Gordon Falls, for F.E. Gordon, a pioneer landowner. Fairy Falls on Wahkeena falls trail, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. Fairy Falls is a foot waterfall on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge in the.
Fairy Falls on the Wahkeena Falls Hike at the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Rivers and waterfalls and and trees in. A closer look at this photo (below) shows burned trees along Multnomah Creek, just above the falls, and along the ridge to the east of the falls that marks the high point for hikers following the Larch Mountain Trail to the viewpoint at the top of the falls.