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Horsetail Falls is named for its characteristic form and plunges 176 feet. Enjoy a short hike to Upper Horsetail Falls, also called Ponytail Falls, where the trail goes behind the base of the Falls. Horsetail Falls is a great spot just to stop and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area.<\/p>","post_name":"horsetail-falls-loop","post_type":"resource","slug":"attractions","name":"Attractions","lat":"45.591","lng":"-122.068","distance":"0.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/bodies-of-water\/waterfalls\/horsetail-falls-loop\/","terms":"a Waterfall<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Natural Wonders<\/a>)"},{"ID":"3701294","post_title":"Ponytail Falls","post_content":"","post_name":"ponytail-falls","post_type":"resource","slug":"attractions","name":"Attractions","lat":"45.5883","lng":"-122.068","distance":"0.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/bodies-of-water\/waterfalls\/ponytail-falls\/","terms":"a Waterfall<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Natural Wonders<\/a>)"},{"ID":"3701285","post_title":"Oneonta Gorge","post_content":"

Located in the Columbia River Gorge, one of the 7 Wonders of Oregon<\/a>, Oneonta Gorge provides a truly unique hiking experience. Comprised of four waterfalls (Lower Falls, Middle Falls, Upper Falls and Triple Falls), what makes the hike memorable is how hikers gain access to Lower Oneonta Falls. To get there, hikers must wade upstream from the creek's outlet. Depending on the season, water can be shallow or waist-deep. Check out the Oneonta Gorge featured in this video<\/a>. <\/p>","post_name":"oneonta-gorge","post_type":"resource","slug":"attractions","name":"Attractions","lat":"45.5823","lng":"-122.073","distance":"1.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/bodies-of-water\/waterfalls\/oneonta-gorge\/","terms":"a Waterfall<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Natural Wonders<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1046","post_title":"Multnomah Falls","post_content":"

Multnomah Falls is arguably `the grandaddy` of the 77 waterfalls on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge. At 620 feet, only three falls in the nation are higher, and none are more beautiful. It attracts large crowds on summer weekends, so plan accordingly. A trail from famous Multnomah Falls Lodge (1925) climbs to the Simon Benson Bridge across the lower cascade, then zigzags to the top.

Fall folliage alert: Autumn’s fiery colors provide a stunning backdrop for Multnomah Falls. To get the full spectrum, you can hike to the top of the falls. It’s 1.2 miles and gains about 600 feet in elevation. Once you’re at the top of the falls, you can take the six-mile Wahkeena Loop Trail, or continue on to the top of Larch Mountain to extend your colorful hike.<\/p>","post_name":"multnomah-falls","post_type":"resource","slug":"attractions","name":"Attractions","lat":"45.5772","lng":"-122.116","distance":"4.3","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/bodies-of-water\/waterfalls\/multnomah-falls\/","terms":"a
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates and maintains Bonneville Lock and Dam for hydropower production, fish and wildlife protection, recreation, and navigation. Visitors can experience the operation of two hydroelectric powerhouses, watch migrating fish traveling upstream at the underwater viewing rooms next to the fish ladders, and see salmon and sturgeon in the fish hatchery.<\/p>","post_name":"bonneville-lock-dam","post_type":"resource","slug":"attractions","name":"Attractions","lat":"45.6443","lng":"-121.946","distance":"9.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/oregon-heritage\/history-heritage\/bonneville-lock-dam\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"}]},"success":true,"html":""}