Punch Bowl Falls in one of Oregon’s Seven Wonders, the Columbia River Gorge
Punch Bowl Falls is one of the most photographed falls in the Columbia River Gorge, maybe even the Pacific Northwest. But you’ll need to get your hiking boots on and trek in about a mile and a half along the Eagle Creek Trail. Constructed in 1915 with pick axes and shovels, the cliffs have been blasted out so that the trail could bypass several deep canyons. The entire Eagle Creek trail is 14 miles long with a minimum of 6 waterfalls along the way.
You can Chase Waterfalls with us by subscribing to this blog, follow us on Pinterest, and on our Facebook Page. According to Wiki there are at least 238 waterfalls in Oregon! I’m guessing even more than that. Wouldn’t it be grand to witness the beauty of every one of them? With 77 waterfalls on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge alone, we’ve set out to find them all plus those in the nearby Mt Hood National Forest, Washington and beyond. And when we do we’ll share our finds with you, our guests, so you too can set out to Chase Waterfalls.
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