After leaving Multnomah Falls, we drove east a short way on Historic Route US 30.
This water fall sits adjacent to the road and is easily visible from the car. We stopped at the view point and parked.
Horsetail Falls Trail
We hiked this trail to Oneonta Creek. Our goal was Triple Falls, which is about 0.9 mile up Oneonta Creek from the bridge.
Horsetail Falls Trail Map
Horsetail Falls sits at the beginning of the trail. The common name for Upper Horsetail Falls is Ponytail Falls.
Columbia River from a bluff on the Horestail Falls Trail
Yep, that is a sail boat on the river.
First view of Ponytail Falls
On the trail, as we approached Ponytail Falls, we could see it through the trees.
Trail behind Ponytail Falls
The trail goes behind the falls.
Ponytail Falls from behind
Horsetail creek descends from Ponytail down to Horsetail Falls.
Hikers on the trail behind Ponytail Falls
Ponytail Falls as seen from behind
We are looking out from under the falls.
Ponytail Falls seen from the west side
We are hiking on the trail and looking back.
Ponytail Falls from the trail on the west
Looking back from a little further along the trail.
The trail behind the falls
Seen from the west end of the bridge.
This picture was taken near the bridge.