Hiking The Oneonta Gorge Trail

The 18th most popular hiking trail in Oregon.

East of Portland and southwest of Cascade Locks in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, the Oneonta Gorge Trail (#424) is a scenic trek up a narrow, mossy, fern covered gorge. Starting from the Columbia River Scenic Highway, you can either hike right up the gorge on a slippery, but scenic, route that will definitely get your feet wet, or you can bypass the most scenic section and take the trail starting alittle further west and connect up with the upper section of the gorge. The upper section of the gorge passes Oneonta Falls and Triple Falls. The trail eventually leads up to Larch Mountain.

Overall, Oneonta Gorge Trail is the 18th most popular hiking trail of all 21 hikes in Oregon.

Oneonta Trail in Columbia River Gorge NSA (OR/US)

Oneonta Trail in Columbia River Gorge NSA (OR/US)

Oneonta Trail in Columbia River Gorge NSA (OR/US)

Oneonta Trail in Columbia River Gorge NSA (OR/US)

MORE INFORMATION

Local Contact(s):  MHNF (541) 667-0511; Oregon Tourism (800) 547-7842.

Recommended Book:  "Oregon Hiking" from Sean Patrick Hill

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Eagle Creek Campground; Inn At The Gorge (541) 386-4429

Luxury Loding:  Columbia Gorge Hotel, Hood River

Breakfast Restaurant:  Mutnomah Falls Lodge Restaurant (503) 695-2376

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/centraloregon

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  8/7/2016

ID:  21108

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