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Driving to Multnomah Falls
Walking & biking to Multnomah Falls
Where can I park?
How can I go car free in the Columbia Gorge?
How do I share the highway with other users during the phased reopening?
Watch for emergency service vehicles. In emergencies, these vehicles may use the same lane dedicated for people walking and biking. Vehicles and pedestrians must move over to the shoulder to let emergency vehicles pass.
Cyclists may share the eastbound lane with motorized vehicles. Cyclists can use the dedicated lane to travel in either direction, but must yield to people walking and limit speeds.
Drivers should obey the 25 mph speed limit and must watch for cyclists in the lane and pedestrians crossing the highway.
Pedestrians should use the designated crosswalk at Multnomah Falls and use caution when crossing the vehicle lane at any location. Walk single file to leave room for others.
Are areas still
closed after the Eagle Creek Fire?
Yes. Some areas remain closed. The Historic Highway between Bridal Veil and Ainsworth State Park is closed with no timeline for reopening.
gorgefriends.org/findahike or www.fs.fed.us/eaglecreek to find an open
Although some trails that were damaged are open, there is
fire damage and unstable areas off the beaten path. Stay on marked trails and
be aware of your surroundings.
Look up, look down and look around frequently to assess
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