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9 Gorgeous Waterfalls of Oregon

Rasshmie Salunkhay Aug 1, 2019
The cascading rapids gushing down with a dramatic force is a visual treat for any nature lover. Even if you aren't much of a nature person, these hypnotizing waterfalls will surely make you fall in love with them.

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The striking rapids from over 600 ft., the sheer magnitude and the fairyland look that Benson bridge gives Multnomah Falls, is a sight to behold.

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Silver Falls State Park, the largest in Oregon holds the awe-striking Silver Falls. The horse trails and bikeways around make the falls even more interesting.

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Surrounded with volcanic rocks, Diamond Creek Falls exude mesmerizing cascades. It boasts of being one of the widest falls in Oregon.

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Visible from the Columbia river highway, the single-plunge Latourell Falls is acclaimed to be one of the most photogenic falls of Oregon.

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Toketee Falls is a part of Toketee Fall trails in the Umpqua National Park. Trekkers and nature lovers often halt at the falls gazing its enthralling beauty.

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With a subtle cascading chute, the Wahkeena Falls are situated on a gorgeous nature trail adjoining the Wahkeena creek.

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At Tumalo Falls, about a 100 ft. down-rush that further streams beautifully traversing the rocks makes for a picture perfect sight to cherish.

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Wahclella Falls, another enticing waterfall, takes birth from the basalt cliffs of the Columbia River George and truly resembles a countryside scenery.
Located nearby the Columbia River Highway, a pedestrian path takes you to the base of the charming Bridal Veil Falls.