Our Business Location:
“The Fishery” – E-bike Multnomah Falls
Meeting Location: off I-84 exit 35
Take Ainsworth exit (35) and go to Enquist Road.
From Portland: Take your first 2 right turns off the exit then turn left onto Enquist Rd.
From Hood River: Turn right immediately off the exit.
From Enquist Road make your first left onto Enquist Pl.
Cross the railroad tracks and make your first right, drive down the driveway, we’ll be on the right hand side at the end. Look for all the bikes lined up!
To reach your host for assistance with directions call 206-307-2308
Starting your bike route:
Depart from the fishery and make a right turn. At the stop sign look carefully for cars approaching off the highway from your left.
Turn right and ride 2 miles to Horsetail Falls. Lean the bikes on the big tree next to the trail map and lock the bikes to each other via the frame (vs the wheel)
BIKE LOCK CODE: 23456
Horsetail Falls / Pony Tail Falls
Height: 176 feet
View of Horsetail Falls
Named for its characteristic form, Horsetail Falls plunges 176 feet within view of the Historic Columbia River Highway’s “Waterfall Corridor.” Just east of the falls is a great picnic spot to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area.
Pony Tail Falls
Elevation Gain: 200+ feet
Distance: 1 mile round-trip
The trail from Horsetail Falls to Ponytail Falls allows for many views of the Columbia River and Gorge. The trail enters a small box canyon and leads through a natural cave behind Ponytail Falls, a great experience.
Elevation Gain: 1437 feet
Distance: 2.55 miles round-trip
The trail from Horsetail Falls to Ponytail Falls allows for many views of the Columbia River and Gorge. The trail enters a small box canyon and leads through a natural cave behind Ponytail Falls, a great experience. Continue past Pony Tail Falls to Oneonta Falls and continue to make right turns to return to the Scenic Byway. Follow the Scenic Byway East to return to your bikes at Horsetail Falls.
Next Stop: Ride 2.5 miles to the west to Multnomah Falls! Park bikes in the bike rack that is in front of the lodge.
Multnomah Falls –
Height: 620 feet
This landmark bridge at the base of the upper falls is iconic and can be accessed by a gradual and paved trail from the lodge. This trail passes the viewpoint of the lower falls and is accessible to all.
Top of Multnomah Falls
The longer ascent to the top of Multnomah Falls will take you through a series of grueling switchbacks. The upper portion features sweeping views of the Gorge. A platform overhanging the top of the falls is accessible from this trail. You may also continue above the trail split to access the connecting trail to Wahkeena Falls.
Multnomah Falls Lodge
The main level includes the Forest Service information center, a large gift shop and restroom facilities. The lower level includes kiosks for snacks and drinks, the upper level includes a restaurant.
Next Stop: Ride .6 Miles to Wahkeena Falls. Lock bikes to the black fence in the shuttle loading zone. Do not block the loading zone.
Height: 242 feet
Bridge at Base of Wahkeena Falls
A short hike to the bridge at the base of Wahkeena Falls is an option that provides beautiful views. The elevation gain is 150 feet and the mostly paved trail passes through a beautiful burned forest
Next Stop: Ride 3.2 Miles to Bridal Veil Falls. Stay left at the Y. There is a bike rack by the bathroom. Walk the bikes there. Do not ride in the park and do not leave bikes in the parking lot please.
Again, stay left at the Y on your way to Bridal Veil.
Bridal Veil Falls
Bridal Veil Falls
Height: upper falls: 60–100 feet
lower falls 40–60 feet
Bridal Veil Falls (Must Do)
The trail to Bridal Veil Falls descends to the base of the falls where a viewing platform allows great views of the upper and lower portion of the falls.
Scenic Overlook Trail (NO BIKES)
A level trail to the Pillars of Hercules is paved and features views of the basalt pillars that make up the formation. The rock formations can be enjoyed as an alternate or addition to the hike to Bridal Veil Falls. You will be ticketed by State Parks if you ride ebikes on the path in the park. It’s against Oregon State Law.
Ride 1 mile to Sheppards Dell Falls. Park the Bikes on the shoulder of the road and lock together.
Sheppards Dell Falls
Sheppards Dell Falls
Height: upper falls 35–50 feet;
lower falls 40–60 feet
The two tiers of this falls can be seen from the bridge crossing at Sheppards Dell State Park. The lower falls is a horsetail formation and the upper falls is a plunge formation.
From the bridge you’ll see the original Sheppards dairy farm which was homesteaded and then donated to the state for the park you’re standing in.
Ride 1.2 miles to Latourell Falls. Park bikes in bike rack centrally located on sidewalk.
Height: 249 feet
Latourell Falls View Points
Look for the trail closest to the bridge. Guests may enjoy a short walk on a gradual gravel surface trail to the base of Latourell Falls. Allow 15 minutes round-trip. There is also a longer figure eight loop to the base of the Falls and continuing along Latourell Creek and then returning across the Latourell Bridge. Allow 25 minutes for this longer loop. Consult the trail map at the kiosk.
Ride 2.5 Miles to the west to reach Crown Point/Vista House. This is a curvy hill so make sure you feel comfortable on the bike if you are going to the Vista House.
Crown Point Vista House
This stop features panoramic views of the Columbia River Gorge both east and west. The historic structure is a visitor center staffed by volunteers. The upper deck is open for viewing the Gorge when the weather is good. The main floor includes panels with information and photos about the historic highway. The lower level features a small but
interesting museum, gift shop, concessions and washroom facilities.
This is a recommended layover option for guests starting their tour at Multnomah Falls.
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