Oregon Pt. 4

The very first place I went to in Portland was Multnomah Falls.

This was one of my favorite stops, too. There's an awesome trail that leads to the top of the waterfall, an excellent restaurant (that I didn't get to try, but the smell was amazing), trails that lead to nearby waterfalls, and the only souvenir shop I could find in all of Portland.

There must be a lot of spiders in Oregon, spiderwebs like these were everywhere.

Another favorite adventure was visiting Silver Falls State Park.

Such a beautiful place. There's an 8 mile loop trail that takes you to 10 waterfalls. I wish I could have done the 8 mile loop, but we only were able to visit a few. Still, they were beautiful.

Two of the waterfall trails (that I know of) walk right under the waterfalls. I guess in the Spring, the waterfalls are triple this size. So if you're going to go, go in the spring!


Had to walk on the fallen tree.


That waterfall in the photo above had a unique trail. To get to it you had to take this grand stone staircase.


Probably my favorite waterfall was one of the less popular ones. It's a short trail, but it's in a beautiful hidden cove.

I was tempted to jump in... but it wasn't hot, and the water definitely wasn't hot. It just looked so crisp and refreshing.

If you're ever in Oregon- Multnomah and Silver Falls are both must sees. :)

to be continued...


Katie said...

what beautiful pictures!!! I want to go there!

Freya Lily said...

I love Silver Falls. We always take the dogs there!!!! So nice :) And during the winter it;s beautiful. M Falls is a must :) And yes, there are a LOT of spiders in Oregon. A lot.

Patty said...

Those waterfalls just look so beautiful! I think a trip to Oregon might be in my future!

Karm said...

Oh my goodness Gentri!!
These photos are amazing. I now want to hop on a plane go there just to see those sight. Wow. I love them. What a fun hike and adventure. Why didn't you eat at that restaurant?

Jenny Stokes said...

These photos are awesome! i love Multnomah Falls!

Jane {In the Pink and Green} said...

I have been loving all your Oregon photos! My husband is from the Portland area so we go back to visit a lot and it's such a beautiful place! We've been to Multnomah Falls many times and I just love it there :)

Shaylynn, They Let Me Blog. said...

Ugh. I am so envious. So envious.

Emily said...

Gorgeous! Looks like so much fun!


Trulie Howe said...

This looks so amazing, like a little piece of paradise- great blog honey!!
Lulu xo


For All Things Lovely said...

beautiful photos! love your blog! xx.


Ash said...

oh waterfalls...

my favorite is in big sur- mcway falls, it falls right onto the sandy beach!

Eeny said...

i love these falls. so pretty.
i have been there a while ago.

Britt @ The Magnolia Pair said...

These pictures are just gorgeous Gentri! Looks like you had an amazing time. I'd love to go there one day :) My husband swent skiing for the first time when he was in Oregon, and still talks to this day about how beautiful it is up there. Thanks for sharing the gorgeous pics!

Hima said...

It's so pretty! I'd love to go to Oregon just to see everything you've been talking about! You look so cute sitting on that tree! :)


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Becca said...

Ah I loved Multnomah when I went to Oregon! I would so so love to go back!
Love your pics! :)

Sarah said...

Gorgeous! That fallen tree must have been huge. You look so tiny on it!

Jenny said...

Dang it, I am officially homesick :(

Jenny said...

Love, love, love that you enjoyed Oregon. It's my favorite place in the whole world (Portland specifically, oh & any of the beaches). Love all your beautiful pics of OR, you captured the state's beauty well!

Amber said...

My grandparents just got back from a trip to Oregon and they showed me all the same photos you have now. I think you guys might have been there the same week. I even got a video message from the cheese factory you went to. I mentioned to them how you were there at the same time. Really cool pictures!

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