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- Multnomah Falls cascades hundreds of feet down a sheer cliff into a plunge pool, then over another waterfall.
- This plaque is at the junction where Gorge Trail #400 heads east from the Larch Mountain Trail #441 near Multnomah Falls.
- A few small streams cross trail #400 between Multnomah Falls and Oneonta Creek.
- Jasmine shows what the better parts of the trail look like. Other sections of the trail are rougher than this.
- A small waterfall cascades down just above the the Gorge Trail.
- Oneonta Creek has a small waterfall just upstream from where Trail #400 crosses Oneonta Creek Trail.
- Jasmine sits in front of a small memorial dedicated to Glenn Replogle who fell from the cliffs and died. This is located just west of Ponytail Falls along the clifs.
- Ponytail Falls shoots out over the cliff into a large plunge pool. The trail goes into the small gorge for Horsetail Creek and then behind this waterfall.
- Horsetail Falls plunges into a pool right next to the Columbia River Scenic Highway. The spray from the falls comes clar out to the road during heavy streamflows.
- Walking along the very narrow shoulder of the road you soon come to a small portion of the old Columbia River Highway. This shows the restored tunnel at Oneonta Creek. This tunnel is for bikes and foot traffic only.
- You can still smell the cedar from the timbers lining the Oneonta Tunnel. The tunnel has restored a few years with beautiful timbers.
- Look for this trail sign to return to Trail #400 and back to Multnomah Falls. This sign is about .2 mile west of the Oneonta Tunnel.
- Benson bridge was closed this day due to the ice.
- I love seeing Multnomah Falls during a cold snap.
- The rockwork along the trail shows up nicely when the trail and hillside are covered in snow.