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NEW! Click icon above to learn more about making the most of your visit to the Gorge!

Columbia Area Transit (CAT)
Click HERE to learn about catching a bus to Multnomah Falls!

WET Bus - Click HERE to learn about the West End Transit opportunies to visit the gorge via bus from Vancouver, Washington.

Send a $5 donation +$4 S&H to the PO address above to have pins sent to you.

Multnomah Falls Brochure - Click on icon above to download full-size PDF.

PO Box 426 | Troutdale, Oregon 97060
Multnomah Falls Lodge Physical Address:
50000 Historic Columbia River Hwy, Bridal Veil OR 97010

The Friends of Multnomah Falls is Non-Profit, Volunteer Organization


Photo Courtesy of Teresa Kasner, Webmaster

Access to Multnomah Falls & Historic Lodge is available by reservation only through or by Columbia Gorge Express bus. Same-day and on-site tickets are not available. Timed reservation tickets provide visitors access to the parking area via the Interstate 84 parking lot at exit 31, but does not guarantee a parking space at the time of arrival. Every visitor must have a ticket, including infants, and 6 tickets are allowed per transaction. Only the lower viewing platform is open at the falls, the trail to Benson Bridge and up to the top of the falls is closed.

Once open, during the Summer the parking is very congested in the mid-day and afternoon. We recommend you plan your visit for early morning or late afternoon and evening.

Our Mission Statement:

The Friends of Multnomah Falls are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the unique natural, scenic and historic qualities of Multnomah Falls while providing a memorable experience for our visitors.

Please learn more about our organization by clicking on all the links to the left. Become a volunteer, a member, learn of our events and projects. Meet the board, read our newsletter, learn of our partners and see all the new links just added to our site! Enjoy!

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