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Wahkeena Falls
Columbia River Gorge

The spectacular Wahkeena falls is located in the Columbia river gorge on the Oregon side.  You arrive via the historical highway off of I-84.  Wahkeena means most beautiful in an indigenous language.

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Uploaded: 11/09/2008
Updated: 08/10/2014
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Tags: wahkeena falls columbia river gorge oregon hiking waterfall
  • Tara 10 months ago
    I love this so much! I want to visit Oregon more than anything and this is a great experience!
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