This is very dangerous. The rocks are very very slick and people were falling. A women fell and busted her head open. Then you get to the logs that you have to get over. There are a lot of logs..many unstable and very high in...More
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I won't repeat what other fans have said, because they are all right. It is amazingly beautiful, and fun to climb over the logs. I didn't understand people trying to carry their dogs through, you really do need to walk through waste high water. We...More
We planned to arrive around 8am; but slept in and didn't get here until about 10:30 and were worried about crowds. The log jam can be intimidating to navigate but everyone is patient and just remember to have shoes with grip that are also good...More
The falls are fantastic. The water is freezing, the logs are tall, and it is a wonderful adventure and story to tell. I highly recommend this as a spot for athletic people looking for a short hike with a pretty view. That said, do not...More
Honestly, this Gorge is one of the best hikes you can do, if you are the active, adventurous type. If not, you will need to be cautious and plan accordingly. The water is always cold. That's the fun part. But it will tire you out....More
What an amazing experience!! Wonder of portland. This gorge is beautiful and crawling up it is so much fun! the logs are pretty slippery so be careful and wear good shoes and clothes that can wet you will get wet up to at least your...More
Started at Horsetail falls and hiked to the Oneonta Falls in the Oneonta gorge. It's a bit of uphill, but you get to go *behind* the falls, which was big fun. We opted not to go to Triple falls, but still saw multiple water falls....More
We lked the hike by Horseshoe falls in the Oneonta Gorge Area. Since it was the Friday before Memorial Day Week-end it was a very popular hike. The weather was sunny and warm.
For hike lovers only!!! Definitely better in the summer, we went in May, it was raining so we dint get to enjoy it in full... Special kind of experience.
My wife and I were exploring Oregon on our 10 th anniversary and this was on our bucket list. We visited four waterfalls that day but this was by far the most challenging and rewarding. You start by going down a winding narrow stairwell and...More