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Multnomah Falls

Multnomah Falls

Free admission
Daily
50000 E Historic Columbia River Hwy, Bridal Veil, OR, Portland, 97010

The Basics

Multnomah Falls is a popular and easy destination for half-day and full-day tours from Portland. In addition to time at the falls, half-day tours often also include visits to the Columbia River Gorge, the Vista House at Crown Point, or other falls in the area. Full-day tours might stop at Mt. Hood for a well-rounded look at the beauty of northwestern Oregon or at area wineries for afternoon tastings.

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Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River
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Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River
$130.00 per adult
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Incredible trip!!
Phil was an excellent tour guide, very knowledgeable and funny. It was quite an experience, especially for someone who rarely sees the snow. 5⭐️Experience definitely worth the price!!
Francisco_D, Nov 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Portland

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From boarding the plane...
Karrin_O, Sep 2021
30-minute Multnomah Falls & Columbia Gorge Air Tour
From boarding the plane to landing the experience was great! Kale was very personable and knowledgeable and I felt safe and secure the entire time! The views were amazing and both my father and myself thoroughly enjoyed the experinece; it was a first time taking a tour of Multnomah falls and the gorge and I'm glad we did!!
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Rainy day waterfall tour
Deanna_S, Oct 2021
Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
The tour and guide were great, the four stars were more because it rained that day and Vista house was closed due to Covid. Kind of hard to take pics from the van when it’s fogged up from the weather. But, the waterfalls were beautiful, the tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave entertaining stories about the things we were seeing. But, good thing my iPhone was waterproof!
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Spectacular Sights All Along the Way
Bruce_A, Oct 2021
Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River
All along the trip to Mt Hood were beautiful and impressive views: Multnomah Falls, impressive height and a double falls; The Columbia Gorge, gorgeous with lunch at a beautiful garden; seeing the salmon run; Mt Hood and the National Park with it’s impressive lodge near the foot of the mountain all made it an impressive day!
star-5
Unforgettable!!!
Yoshie_Y, Sep 2021
Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
Gunner was an amazing your guide. Very Covid safe and aware. His knowledge was educating and funny. He made it day trip very memorable and breathe taking!!!
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Manuel was a great tour...
Marley_C, Jan 2022
Explore Multnomah Falls and Beyond
Manuel was a great tour guide and was very knowledgeable. The tour was very interesting and fun. My friends and I had a very good time and would definitely book again!
star-5
Wonderful waterfalls
stylinstar, Jan 2022
Afternoon Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
Adam was our tour guide and he was wonderful! He had great stories to tell and was very entertaining! It was a wet and beautiful day to see all the waterfalls!
star-5
Best tour ever
Patrick_F, Dec 2021
Afternoon Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
Love this tour!!! Came to Oregon in May and already am back in December partly because I loved this tour so much! Highly recommend!
star-5
Great Tour and fun and informative day trip
Gary_G, Oct 2021
Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River
Very friendly and knowledgeable guide. Great route for tour. Didn’t feel rushed at the various spots of tour.
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Beautiful rainy day
Theresa_F, Oct 2021
Mt Hood Day Trip from Portland to Multnomah Falls and Hood River
I was booked for a private tour. That means it was just my party in the van. Gunner was really knowledgeable and very patient. He even helped me recover my cell phone which was left at our very first stop. The weather was typical of Portland in October- a mix of rain, wind and chill. The rain just made the fall colors POP. We stopped at Trillium Lake (it was still open) and a hiked to at least 2 waterfalls and saw an untold number along the way. It was a beautiful day.
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Fabulous ebike tour of the waterfalls
Maureen_T, Oct 2021
E-Bike Rental and Self Guided Tour of Multnomah Falls and the Columbia Gorge
We toured all the waterfalls for three hours with Taylor. He was extremely knowledgeable, very good company and a fabulous photographer! We have perfect pics by each waterfall thxs to Taylor. The ebikes were the mountain style tires so felt even more safe then our previous ebike trips. Highly recommend.
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Decide on this tour!
Roxette_L, Jan 2022
Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
Adam was the best guide we have ever had! Very knowledgeable, patient, and enthusiastic. He knew all about the history and background on Portland/Oregon. He provided the best recommendations on picture taking, restaurants, and even other trips. We could not be more grateful and happy to have selected this tour compared to the others out there. The time and amount of sites to visit is really worth it.
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Carrie was amazing;...
Tiffanie_P, Dec 2021
Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
Carrie was amazing; incredibly knowledgeable and friendly. The views were just breathtaking and I would totally recommend!

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Parts of the path that lead to the lower waterfall are wheelchair accessible; there is an elevator to the restaurant.

  • A US Forest Service information center is open seven days a week.

  • The Multnomah Falls Lodge at the base of the falls hosts a restaurant, snack bar, gift shop, and restrooms. Pick up hiking trail maps here.

  • Make sure to wear sturdy walking shoes and bring a layer, whether you plan to hike or not; spray and mist can make surfaces slippery and cooler than nearby areas.

  • Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash.

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How to Get There

Located along the Historic Columbia River Highway, just across the Columbia River from Washington state, and 30 miles (48 kilometers) east of Portland, the falls are a heavily visited attraction. If driving from Portland, head east on Interstate 84 and take exit 31 to the parking lot (which fills up often). For a more scenic route, take exit 28 and drive the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Highway. To avoid traffic and navigation issues, take a guided bus tour from Portland.

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When to Get There

Multnomah Falls is open year-round, with the most impressive water flow in winter and spring. To avoid large crowds, go early in the morning, midweek, or on rainy days. Know that on warm days in spring, summer, and fall, there will be crowds.

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Other Waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

While Multnomah Falls is definitely the grand dame, it’s not the only waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area or along the Historic Columbia River Highway. On the drive between Portland and the gorge, stop off at Wahkeena Falls, Latourell Falls, Horsetail Falls, or Bridal Veil Falls for more opportunities to take in the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Select day tours to Multnomah Falls also stop at additional waterfalls on the route.

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