Wiesendanger Falls is the first of the two major upper waterfalls along Multnomah Creek in the Columbia River Gorge. The falls drop over a flat 55 foot ledge into a broad gorge overlooked by the switchbacking trail.
The falls were named in 1997 for Albert Wiesendanger, a Forest Service Ranger stationed for many years at Eagle Creek, and later as a private citizen, the driving force behing the Keep Oregon Green initiative.
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