Best Trails Near Multnomah Falls OR

Multnomah Falls has 19 trails in the vicinity, including 19 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.2 to 15.3 miles in length. The longest trail in Multnomah Falls is Bell Creek a well-known trail measuring 15.3 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Catherine Creek, Beacon Rock State Park and Angels Rest and Devils Rest. Trails.com member Chuck S. recently completed Cape Horn.

More information on the best trails in Multnomah Falls can be found below.
  • Ape Canyon

    3 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    This trail visits two worlds not ordinarily seen: the upper reaches of a volcano and the edge of what they call the “blast zone.” Without too much climbing, you can stand in a wonderful old-growth ...
    •  5.5 hours
    •  11.6 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail visits two worlds not ordinarily seen: the upper reaches of a volcano and the edge of what they call the “blast ...

  • Catherine Creek

    2 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    For about 10 months of the year there’s really no reason to go to Catherine Creek, but in April and May there’s no better place to be, for Catherine Creek at that time is wildflower heaven, with ...
    •  4 hours
    •  4.1 miles
    •  Guide

    For about 10 months of the year there’s really no reason to go to Catherine Creek, but in April and May there’s no better ...

  • Angels Rest and Devils Rest

    2 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    There’s a reason for all the parking at this trailhead: It’s one of the more accessible hikes in the region, with a gentle grade to a spectacular lookout point above the Columbia River. It also ...
    •  2.5 hours
    •  4.6 miles
    •  Guide

    There’s a reason for all the parking at this trailhead: It’s one of the more accessible hikes in the region, with a gentle ...

  • Beacon Rock State Park

    1 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    One of the most recognized symbols of the Columbia River Gorge, Beacon Rock is also a fascinating, if short, hiking experience—and it’s not even all this Washington State Park has to offer. There’s ...
    •  1 hours
    •  1.8 miles
    •  Guide

    One of the most recognized symbols of the Columbia River Gorge, Beacon Rock is also a fascinating, if short, hiking experience—and ...

  • Cape Horn

    1 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Soak up stunning nonstop views of river, mountain, and valley from one of the most prominent landmarks in the Columbia gorge. Thanks to a new mostly volunteerbuilt loop trail you can now round ...
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Soak up stunning nonstop views of river, mountain, and valley from one of the most prominent landmarks in the Columbia gorge. ...

  • Wahkeena Falls to Multnomah Falls

    1 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Just off I-84 and bookmarked by two waterfalls, this excursion is the ideal introduction to all the Columbia River Gorge has to offer, including great scenery, big crowds, and nice steep climbs. ...
    •  3 hours
    •  4.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Just off I-84 and bookmarked by two waterfalls, this excursion is the ideal introduction to all the Columbia River Gorge ...

  • Bell Creek

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Perhaps the loneliest trail on the Oregon side of the Columbia River gorge national Scenic area, Bell Creek is an excellent choice for quiet contemplation and for admiring a forest several centuries ...
    •  15.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Perhaps the loneliest trail on the Oregon side of the Columbia River gorge national Scenic area, Bell Creek is an excellent ...

  • Rock of Ages Ridge

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    An unmaintained trail up an excruciatingly steep ridge, Rock of ages is one of the most challenging and exhilarating hikes in the gorge. The trail gains over 2000 feet in less than 2 miles, requiring ...
    •  10.9 miles
    •  Guide

    An unmaintained trail up an excruciatingly steep ridge, Rock of ages is one of the most challenging and exhilarating hikes ...

  • Oneonta Gorge

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    A Columbia gorge classic— a tight slot canyon, three spectacular waterfalls, including one you hike behind, and the option to see three more falls bundled as one. Plus, you get a few Columbia ...
    •  2.7 miles
    •  Guide

    A Columbia gorge classic— a tight slot canyon, three spectacular waterfalls, including one you hike behind, and the option ...

  • Franklin Ridge

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Wedged between the Multnomah Creek and Oneonta Creek valleys, two of the gorge’s most popular hiking destinations, Franklin Ridge is one of its least visited. Cloaked with some of the region’s ...
    •  12.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Wedged between the Multnomah Creek and Oneonta Creek valleys, two of the gorge’s most popular hiking destinations, Franklin ...

  • Larch Mountain Crater

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    If Larch’s summit is too much to tackle from Multnomah Falls, or you just don’t want to weave through a flood of waterfall admirers getting to it, but you still want to get a little hiking in ...
    •  6.6 miles
    •  Guide

    If Larch’s summit is too much to tackle from Multnomah Falls, or you just don’t want to weave through a flood of waterfall ...

  • Larch Mountain

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    You can drive to this summit, but why? you’d miss a half-dozen waterfalls and some of the finest old-growth forest in the gorge—plus the workout of your life! Follow a historical trail to the ...
    •  14.4 miles
    •  Guide

    You can drive to this summit, but why? you’d miss a half-dozen waterfalls and some of the finest old-growth forest in the ...

  • Multnomah Falls–Wahkeena Falls

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Enjoy a spectacular loop to two of the gorge’s most gorgeous waterfalls, plus a couple of not too shabby ones too. Multnomah is Oregon’s highest and most visited waterfall and the Columbia gorge’s ...
    •  5.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Enjoy a spectacular loop to two of the gorge’s most gorgeous waterfalls, plus a couple of not too shabby ones too. Multnomah ...

  • Devils Rest

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Nearly 1000 feet higher than nearby angels Rest (Hike 66), Devils Rest may be closer to heaven but the wooded summit forecloses heavenly views. Don’t be discouraged, though—good does triumph ...
    •  8.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Nearly 1000 feet higher than nearby angels Rest (Hike 66), Devils Rest may be closer to heaven but the wooded summit forecloses ...

  • Angels Rest

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    If a celestial being were to pick a perch, this precipitous point high above the Columbia would be the perfect place. Heavenly views await all who make the trek to this weathered and fractured ...
    •  4.6 miles
    •  Guide

    If a celestial being were to pick a perch, this precipitous point high above the Columbia would be the perfect place. Heavenly ...

  • Bridal Veil Falls

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    A hidden, often overlooked waterfall, Bridal Veil Falls is the perfect destination for young hikers and, of course, cataract connoisseurs. The trail is short, making it the ideal add-on to your ...
    •  1.2 miles
    •  Guide

    A hidden, often overlooked waterfall, Bridal Veil Falls is the perfect destination for young hikers and, of course, cataract ...

  • Latourell Falls

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Following the lead of other early area homesteaders and civic leaders, in 1929 guy and geraldine Talbot donated the land surrounding a pair of gorgeous waterfalls to the Oregon State Parks system. ...
    •  2.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Following the lead of other early area homesteaders and civic leaders, in 1929 guy and geraldine Talbot donated the land ...

  • Rooster Rock State Park

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    Known for its three miles of gorgeous sandy beaches on the Columbia River, Rooster Rock State Park’s quiet trails will delight hikers. Lewis and Clark camped here in 1805, and early settlers ...
    •  3.3 miles
    •  Guide

    Known for its three miles of gorgeous sandy beaches on the Columbia River, Rooster Rock State Park’s quiet trails will delight ...

  • Sams-Walker Nature Trail

    0 Reviews

    Multnomah Falls, OR

    One of the quietest trails in the Columbia River gorge, Sams-Walker is perfect for leisurely morning and evening strolls and nature contemplation any time of day. Stroll along this virtually ...
    •  1.2 miles
    •  Guide

    One of the quietest trails in the Columbia River gorge, Sams-Walker is perfect for leisurely morning and evening strolls ...