Multnomah Falls (Multnomah County, Oregon)

The 75 mile Historic Columbia River Highway in Oregon offers an assortment of amazing rides. I've only had the opportunity to explore a few of them but I can already tell that the trip out to Multnomah Falls is going to be a classic in my books. multnomah_falls_larch_bridge_division

- Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in Oregon. - It's located east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson making it accessible via bikes. - Round trip from SE Portland is just over 60 miles. - You will climb over 3700 feet. - At some points you will be going really really fast. Pedal, tuck and smile!

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Pedaling from SE Portland to the Larch Bridge is definitely the worst part about this ride or any ride along the Historic Columbia River Highway. Don't jump.

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That horrible ride down Stark St was worth it right?

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This view never gets old.

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And the views just keep coming.

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Forget the training and just keep on looking.

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You'll pass a few waterfalls on your way to Multnomah Falls but this one is the best. This is also a great place to refill your water bottles, use the restroom and pick up some food.

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Now it's time to enjoy some awesome climbing!

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The Radavist + Team Dream. multnomah_falls_riverfoot2multnomah_falls_beachbumRiver vibes.

Notes :

- Once you cross the Stark Bridge you can use the bathroom and refill water bottles at the Dabney State Recreation Area. - Theres a couple of small stores on your way to the Portland Women's Forum. - Refill water bottles at the Portland Women's Forum. - There are plenty of bathrooms and places to fill up bottles once you pass the Vista House. - At Multnomah Falls you can use their nice bathrooms, refill your water bottles, take photos and even get a warm cup of coffee.