At the beginning of the month, my family and I visited Portland, Oregon for the first time. We were able to spend time with family that recently moved there and explored the scenic highway.
With all our kids in tow, we tried to get to the falls early to avoid some of the weekend crowd. The first waterfall was Horsetail Falls. It was the easiest to get too; just parked our car and crossed the street.
The following waterfall was the famous post-card worthy, Multnomah Falls.
The fall is fed by rainfall, but also snowmelt and underground springs from Larch Mountains. The fall drops about 620 feet and it is the tallest of the Columbia River Gorge's many waterfalls. We're so glad we got to see this beauty and the weather was perfect.
It's so majestic.
The last fall was Bridal Veil Falls.