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Multnomah Falls Visitor Center

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USDA Forest Service
902 Wasco Avenue
Suite 200
Hood River, OR 97031

Phone:
503-695-2372

Description

The Forest Service information center is open seven days a week form 9 AM to 5 PM. The desk is staffed jointly by the Friends of Multnomah Falls and the U.S. Forest Service. The staff is happy to serve you and answer your questions about the falls and the Columbia River Gorge. A brochure about Multnomah Falls is available in Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Russian. Visitors may also inquire about free trail maps of the area and for the serious hiker several detailed maps can be purchased.

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Basic Directions

Traveling West on Interstate 84, you may access Multnomah Falls via the Historic Columbia River Highway at Exit 35 or you may use the freeway parking lot by taking Exit 31.If you are traveling East on Interstate 84, you may access Multnomah Falls via the Historic Columbia River Highway at Exit 28 or you may use the freeway parking lot by taking Exit 31It is recommended that people with disabilities use Exit 28 (traveling East Bound) or Exit 35 (East and West Bound) for direct access to the lodge. If you are traveling East and would like to see the key waterfall area in the gorge you may take Exit 17 or 18 and follow the Historic Columbia River Highway.

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