Dodson has 16 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.6 to 22.3 miles in length. The most popular trails are Eagle Creek Trail to Wahtum Lake, Larch Mountain from Multnomah Falls and Horsetail and Ponytail Falls. Trails.com member Michael P. recently completed Upper McCord Creek Falls.
Eagle Creek Trail to Wahtum LakeView Trail Details
The second most famous and perhaps most enjoyable hike in the Gorge. Eagle Creek Trail is second only to Multnomah Falls in popularity, being ...
Elowah FallsView Trail Details
A short day hike to 290–foot–high Elowah Falls. Elowah Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in the Gorge at 290 feet and produces an incredible ...
Oneonta Trail to Larch MountainView Trail Details
An extended point-to-point day hike or backpacking trip through waterfall-filled Oneonta Gorge to forested Larch Mountain.
Larch Mountain from Multnomah FallsView Trail Details
A premier Columbia Gorge hike with spectacular waterfalls, old-growth forest, and clear, clean Multnomah Creek.
Munra PointView Trail Details
A steep scramble of a day hike up Munra Point on a primitive trail. The hike up Munra Point is short, steep, and often treacherous if you are ...
Rock of Ages Ridge TrailView Trail Details
A steep, primitive scramble up Rock of Ages Ridge, with abundant views of cli s and basalt formations.
Nesmith Point and Yeon MountainView Trail Details
A long day hike through pristine forests with incredible views of the Washington Cascades
Wahclella FallsView Trail Details
A gradual hike to spectacular Wahclella Falls.
Wauna ViewpointView Trail Details
A short, but uphill, climb to a lookout beneath the powerlines. Wauna Viewpoint is a common–sense alternative to actually ascending Wauna Point. ...
Tanner Creek TrailView Trail Details
A day hike in some less-traveled temperate forest away from the crowds.
Upper McCord Creek FallsView Trail Details
A short day hike above Elowah Falls to Upper McCord Creek Falls.
Larch Mountain LoopView Trail Details
A fairly easy loop walk in the heavily forested Larch Mountain area.
Gorge Trail 400 - Multnomah Falls to Ainsworth State ParkView Trail Details
A flat to rolling walk from Multnomah Falls through the trees paralleling the Historic Columbia River Highway to Ainsworth Campground.
Horsetail and Ponytail FallsView Trail Details
A short day hike underneath Ponytail Falls that can easily be extended to Triple Falls.
Ruckel Ridge LoopView Trail Details
An adventurous day hike atop a rocky cliff–sided ridge into the Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness. The Ruckel Ridge Trail is not for people who are ...
Tanner ButteView Trail Details
A strenuous, waterless climb to Tanner Butte and Dublin Lake. Tanner Butte is not the easiest hike in the Gorge and there is not much water along ...