Directions: Take I-84 East to exit 28. Take a left onto the Old Highway and drive for about 2.5 miles to the trailhead on your right.
Here’s another hike that has recently reopened since the Eagle Creek Fire.
There is definite noticeable fire damage on trees and it looks a lot more open in many areas. You can see a lot more of the upper tiers of the waterfall from the parking lot.
The trail itself is in good shape and is paved from the parking lot all the way to the upper tier. You will switchback once and there is a small area right before the waterfall that has been washed out but is still easily passable.
This is a great short hike for families with young kids, or older folks.
If you want to extend your hike we strongly recommend Fairy Falls. It’s a pretty little waterfall and beautiful trail.
*This trail has recently reopened after a significant wildfire. There will be posted warning and closure signs at the trailhead and along the trail itself. Please read them and follow them. Entering a closed area is not only a danger to yourself but to the people who would be coming to your aid if something went wrong.*
Distance: .5 mile (easy)
Elevation: 400 feet (easy)
Pet Friendly: Yes
Good For: All ages
Bathrooms: Yes but they are seasonal
Parking Fee: None
Warnings: Please follow all posted warning signs.