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What a great little village. Lots of very hip little shops and wonderful places to eat here. I would say you can knock this little village out in a half day if you want to check out all the little shops and have a cup...More
The falls here are absolutely stunning. I read that they are the second tallest in the states. Which is impressive.
These falls are less than an hour outside of Portland and so worth a visit. I came in early January and they were still very...More
Absolutely amazing sights. Was here in spring 2018 but trails were still closed due to fire. Trails now open to top of falls and sight was absolutely amazing. Take the hike slow it can become strenuous in spots but the path is paved
I say that because the fires (last year) have closed a lot of the trails that I used to walk (from the falls). I can understand them wanting people to be safe on the trails, but its been over a year.... and they were SO...More
Wow! Soccer mom central! Literally, augmented 'people', "get a nose job on your lunch break, 50% off! " Actual plastic surgeons in the little fake as bacon village. Who needs 'Halloween' when you can see this 'freak show' aka reality in motion. But, watch out,...More
Multnomah Village is an urban community of Portland, not the Multnomah Falls that most tourists are looking for! Multnomah Village has lots of cafes, coffee shops, pubs, shops and restaurants. It's NOT where the Multnomah Falls are (which are located east of Troutdale along I-84!!).