Mosier Creek Falls (Winter)

Directions: Take I-84 East to Exit 69 (Mosier) and follow the Historic Columbia River Highway into town until you reach the Mosier Totem Pole (left side of road). Park in the gravel area around the Totem Pole. From here you need to walk along the highway and cross the bridge until you reach the bench and a small informational sign. The sign clearly states that you cannot park along the highway, so that’s why you are parking back at the Totem Pole.


From the bench follow the Mosier Pocket Park trail uphill, along the Mosier Creek Gorge. Quickly the trail levels out and you will come to a small pioneer cemetery. It’s worth the extra few minutes to take a walk through the cemetery.


Continue on the trail and a short distance later you will come to a viewpoint for 100 ft. Mosier Creek Falls and the Gorge. This is the end point for this hike, so head back out the way you came in.



Distance: .6 miles

Elevation: 200 feet

Difficulty: Easy

Pet Friendly: Yes

Good For: All ages

Bathrooms: No

Parking Fee: No

Seasons: All

Popular: No

Overall: Nice short hike to a pretty waterfall. Would be a great addition to other hikes in the area or a quick stop to stretch the legs.

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