Directions: Take I-84 to exit 69 (Mosier). Follow the old highway into Mosier and parking in the gravel parking lot just past the totem pole on the left side of the road.
This is a very popular hike for spring wildflowers but it’s still very nice in the off season and far less crowded!
From the parking lot, cross the bridge and pick up the trail. You will start to head uphill and quickly come to a small cemetery. From here the trail flattens out a bit and you can see down into the small gorge before coming to Mosier Falls.
After passing the waterfall you will head into the switchbacks. The switchbacks head up a grassy hill with some wooden steps mixed in and gives you a look at the town of Mosier. Once at the top you will level out again as you come to multiple great viewpoints of the Gorge. You will head downhill for a bit until the trail eventually ends. Head back out the way you came in.
Distance: 3.5 miles (easy)
Elevation: 600 feet (moderate)
Pet Friendly: Yes
Good For: All ages
Bathrooms: There is an outhouse by the totem pole
Parking Fee: None
Popular: Yes during spring wildflower season
Warnings: Ticks, poison oak, and snakes