Wahchlella Falls - Tanner Creek
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Wahchlella Falls - Tanner Creek

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One of the most popular hikes in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. The trail which is 2.2 miles in total has a small loop at the end that takes you to Wahchlella falls. There are some steep sections and one staircase, but the length of the hike makes it pretty easy and parking is very accessible.

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