Friday, December 4, 2015

The Best Fall Waterfall Hikes in Oregon

3 Waterfall Hikes in Oregon

                                               Eagle Creek to Punchbowl Falls Hike

Eagle Creek to Punchbowl Falls Hike
Length: 4 miles roundtrip
This popular cascade is a Columbia Gorge favorite, and for good reason. The relatively easy hike parallels the crystalline Eagle Creek for a ways and winds through a lovely forest of evergreens. This time of year, vine maples burst with color among the underbrush, and if you’re lucky, you might even see spawning salmon in the creek.

                                                      Umbrella Falls Loop Hike

Umbrella Falls Loop Hike
Length: 4.6 miles roundtrip
The incredible wildflowers that color this hike on Mount Hood in the spring are long gone by this time of year, but there’s often a new dusting of bright white snow on the peak’s upper reaches that adds a stunning scene. The falls, too, are something to see, and if you loop it right, you can also take in a second set, Sahale Falls, on your way back.

                                                             Niagara Falls Hike
Niagara Falls Hike
Length: 2 miles roundtrip
The name of is waterfall is a familiar one, but the Oregon iteration of Niagara Falls is on a much more peaceful and relaxing scale than the renowned falls back east. The trail wends its way through a lush forest splashed with fall color and arrives at a bit of a surprise: not only is the 107-foot Niagara Falls here, but so is the 112-foot Pheasant Creek Falls.

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