Single-image Sunday: Punchbowl Falls   2 comments

Springtime in Oregon is a time of full rivers and waterfalls.

Springtime in Oregon is a time of full rivers and waterfalls.

During spring’s high water flows, it is necessary to get wet to get a river-level view of Punchbowl Falls on Eagle Creek in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.  Later in the year you can wade up further toward the falls.  This spot is a 2-mile hike in from the trailhead (which is about 40 minutes drive east of Portland on I-84).

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2 responses to “Single-image Sunday: Punchbowl Falls

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  1. Well worthy of a stand-alone photo. I like the rocks below the water surface.

  2. Thank you for introducing beautiful parks, mountains, water falls… of Oregon!

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