This 2-Mile Trail In Oregon Leads To A Double Waterfall And A Scenic Overlook
By Sarah McCosham|Published August 25, 2021
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There’s no shortage of amazing waterfalls here in Oregon. Go for a hike, and you’re likely to stumble upon a well-known waterfall or small, seasonal treasure. Columbia River Gorge, for example, is home to 90 waterfalls — and that’s on the Oregon side alone! Deschutes National Forest is another waterfall treasure trove, and that’s where you’ll find a two-mile trail that leads to a double waterfall *and* a scenic overlook, not to mention one of the best-known falls in the state.
Have you hiked the Tumalo Falls and Double Falls Trail before? Were you as dazzled by the beautiful falls along the trail as we are? Share your experiences with this waterfall hike in Oregon in the comments below!
Looking for another big waterfall adventure in Oregon? Head over to Lincoln City and hike the Drift Creek Falls Trail!
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