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- oneonta gorgeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Aug 07, 2013
Oneonta Falls is a spectacular Oregon waterfall hike in the Columbia Gorge. It's a short hike, but you go straight up the stream, through a slot gorge to get to the falls. Most of the hike the water is up to your shins, but it gets up to your chest at one point. Wear clothes and shoes you can get wet.Recommended for:
- oneonta gorgeFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
This one is easy to miss ... perhaps because it's so close to the VERY famous Multnomah Falls. That landmark is one of the best known spots in the state, and certainly a very popular destination at the Columbia Gorge. Just a bit east of the Multnomah Falls, Oneonta Gorge is a small canyon carved into sandstones by a creek. One can easily access it by parking at a nearby lot, walking down to the creek, then wading in. It's a beautiful sight to see from a distance, very romantic gorge covered in greenery with stream flowing through it. You'll have to scramble over a logjam, and then roll up your pants to wade through shallow water. It's very cold, so best reserved for the Summer time. At the end of the gorge, you'll find a refreshing, slender waterfall marking the end or the beginning of the gorge.