Ramona Falls, Oregon, USA. Found in the Mount Hood Wilderness, which is famous for the eponymous peak, the falls is a truly wonderful phenomena. The plunge unfolds into tens of smaller streams and cascades down the hexagonal basalt columns – a result of a lava flow.
The area has more popular landmarks, including Mount Hood – the highest summit in whole Oregon. There are two trails that lead to the falls and feature picturesque landscapes. People come here on a day trip or for a longer time – backpackers are allowed to camp in the park.
Why to go there?
Great views, wonderful unique waterfall, one of the most popular sites in the state.
When to go there?
How to get there?
Drive to the reserve from Portland taking the Highway 26.
Lead photo by Steven Clark
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