|Address:||Historic Columbia River Hwy, Corbett, OR 97019, USA|
There was no parking fee and lots of parking. The upper falls was a lot of uphill but worth it for the great waterfall that if you feel adventurous you can go behind. Then after a little more uphill you are practically going down hill at that point. I reccomend going off the side trails because on one of them past the upper fall there is a cliff edge that shears off and you can see the trails and the creak below easily a 100 ft drop with no railing so please use caution. After the down hill you will come to the street from there you will cross the street and walk down a small trail then steps. From there stay to your right and you will be on your way through the rest of the trail where you will soon walk to the bottom of the Latourell Falls. Have fun and enjoy.
Latourell Falls is gorgeous. The lower Trail loops around and takes you to the base of the falls, so you can either go to the base and Hike back the way you came or take the full loop around to the bottom part of the park and then hike back up. The trail which leads uphill takes you to a view of the whole Falls itself from afar instead of near the base. This is also a gorgeous view in its own right. If you feel like hiking further, you can continue up the trail from here to Upper Latrell Falls. The hike to Upper Latourell Falls is about three-quarters of a mile, so its around 1.5 miles round trip. the hike to Latourell Falls itself is much shorter. If you are here in Portland to view the Columbia River Gorge, this is worth a stop.
This waterfall was absolutely stunning. You could get very close to the fall as well to enhance the experience and photo opportunities. Take note that the there was a decent few mile hike with an incline to get to the bottom of the falls. This fall had a lower view point that I ventured too and those are where the pictures I posted are from. It also had a viewpoint near the top of the fall. There are parking spaces which were nice but it was a bit hectic when I visited so if you see a spot grab it. Its tough to play the park closest as I can game here. Overall I would highly recommend taking the time to stop here if you are going down the scenic route!
I like this loop. I take the steep incline to the Lower Latourell Falls, then continue to climb and head to the upper Latourell Falls and finish loop on the road. But, instead of stopping there, I cross the street and head down towards the right and get to walk under the bridge which takes me to the base of the lower falls. Finally, the stairs lead me back to the parking lot. Its a good few miles with an incline, views, waterfalls and a bridge. Plus its the closest one from Portland. I definitely recommend it. #GoogleCityExpert #PDXCityExperts
This place is beautiful and very easy to access. You can see the falls from 2 different viewpoints: from below (look for the stairs that goes downstairs near the bridge) and in the middle section (entrance near the restrooms). There are trails for hiking and nice spots with amazing views to the Columbia River. You can bring your dog on-leash. Bring snacks since there isnt anything to buy around here.
-Winter Review- -Free -Located far west of all the other waterfalls (closest to Vista House) -Easiest walk compared to the others -2-minute walk -great place to take photos -less crowded -Parking is located RIGHT UNDERNEATH the fall -love the partially frozen waterfalls, absolutely breathtaking -make sure to wear the correct gear; saw a poor girl slipping and sliding in Toms during the winter time
You friends, can experience and enjoy this wanderful cascades when visiting the Arias of Oregon and Washington. But not only the cascades are beautiful, but vulcanos Mt. Hood and Rainier, are unique. Mt. Hood and Rainier are relativelly close, only divided by the Columbia River. Yes, the famous Columbia River explored by Lewis and Clark.
This is our favorite waterfall thats near the road in the gorge. Unlike Multnomah its usually way less crowded and you can get right up into the splash zone. Theres also a beautiful bright patch of yellow lichen on the cliffs near the top for added ohhs and ahhs. We went yesterday and after freezing temps all week and all the ice was amazing!
В этом месте полно водопадов. Есть большие и маленькие. Еще стоит найти дороги на сами горы и посмотреть на реку с высоты птичьего полета
Netter halt am historischen Columbia River Highway. Man ist schnell und leicht bei den Wasserfällen, kann aber auch einen Rundgang von über einer Stunde machen.
زرت هذا الشلال عام 2013 رائع وجميل انصح كل من يزور ولاية اوريغون بزيارته وزيارة جبل هود وحديقة التريليم
Nice "little" waterfall. It doesnt get too much attention duo to the fact that the area have plenty of other taller waterfalls. Though it still a nice place to visit and have a little walk. Parking lot nearby is always full and the pathway is narrow. Weekends is busy
Its a moderately challenging hike to the falls -- an 800-foot rise over one mile to the top -- and is worth the effort. The volume of water going over the falls is greatest in early spring when trails can get wet or muddy, so wear hiking boots and a light jacket.
Make sure you do the whole loop and get to the second waterfall. Also if you find some keys with a black nano light,a Toyota key with buttons, and a SOG key knife, look me up on Google and find me because I lost it on the trail Valentines weekend 2017 lol :(
Perfect moderate, short hike with awesome views! You can get so close to both of the water falls that you feel the mist! If you do the whole loop, you also get a great view of the gorge from the top. I took my two dogs and we loved it!
The best part is how close you can get to the waterfall. Also, if you go at the right time of day, there arent a lot of people there. You do have to take a small hike down a trail to get to the waterfall and have a good view of it.
No fee, incredible waterfalls, easy parking, multiple options for hiking routes. Excellent for young families. Closest waterfall to the Portland metro area and within cell coverage the entire hike which is nice for peace of mind.
Short hike to the base of the falls (<0.25 miles). Longer hike to the top of the falls ~1 mile. Really short trip to the bottom if you fall (<10 seconds). Also DO NOT USE THE BATHROOMS. You will never be the same.
Beautiful falls with easy access from the road. Has cool rock formations and good options for hiking. Multnomah is the main attraction but I prefer the other ones along the highway because they are less crowded.
Magical waterfall. No hike needed as you can access the first viewpoint from a short path from the road. Hiking down the foot of the waterfall is amazing, one of the few where you can go right the way down.
I loved my rainy hike here in December. There is a great view of the falls from the parking lot and a nice, fairly short hike up to the top of the falls. Id say these falls are definitely worth it!