This was our first hike of 2014.
Directions: Drive I-84 East to exit 40. Take a right at the stop sign and continue right where the road splits.
This hike starts out on an old access road, where you’ll pass a dam used by the fish hatchery. Not too far past the dam you’ll cross a bridge that passes right in front of Munra Falls. The trail follows Tanner Creek and a short distance after the waterfall and starts to climb. The trail is pretty rocky and parts have stairs built into it.
You’ll come to a fork in the trail, both options take you to the same place, we decided to go right. You switchback downhill and cross a bridge that takes you to a slide area. Just past the slide area you will see Wahclella Falls. Continue the loop and head back the way you came in.
Distance: 2 miles
Elevation: 300 feet
Pet Friendly: Yes
Good For: All ages
Parking Fee: $5 NW Forest Pass
Overall: One of the easier hikes in the Gorge!