The Hidden Waterfall Hike That’s Perfect For The Adventurous Oregonian

Nestled into the lush Mt Hood National Forest is a beautiful, 120-foot hidden gem called Ramona Falls. This gorgeous waterfall cascades ethereally over a unique, moss-covered rock wall into a crystal clear stream — and it’s perfectly picturesque.

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This hike begins at Ramona Falls Trailhead in the Mt Hood National Forest near Zig Zag. Latitude: 45.3864 Longitude: -121.831.

The trail is open year round, but it’s best done from late spring to early fall. In the winter it’s beautiful as well, you’ll just want to come prepared for harsher conditions and a harder river crossing.

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