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Multnomah Falls Lodge

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Multnomah Falls Lodge (Steve Hart)
Multnomah Falls (Steven Statt)


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As tourist traffic began to grow in the early years of the original Columbia River Highway, travelers needed a place to dine and to stay. Multnomah Falls Lodge is a historic building built to serve these early automobile travelers in 1925. A northwest classic, it's listed on the National Historic Register. Today, it houses a restaurant, a tourist information center, a hot dog stand and a well-used set of public restrooms.

The lodge is a moment's walk from Multnomah Falls and a trailhead to a half dozen hikes - including a 2 1/2 mile round-trip hike to the top of the falls. For directions to this spot see the trailhead page

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