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208 foot tall waterfall by the Columbia Gorge Hotel in Hood River.

This tall waterfall can only be seen from above. In order to see the waterfall from the bottom of the falls, you would either need to be on a boat or go along the railroad tracks (not recommended). There is easy parking at the Columbia Gorge Hotel. There is a small bridge that goes directly over the falls and you can also view the falls from the side over the stone wall.

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Wow!!!

This makes me wanna spend the night in this hotel. Or I wish this hotel was my house. It’s amazing!! Great for out of towners and tourists

Lovely Grounds

This waterfall is on the property of the Columbia Gorge Hotel.The grounds there are lovely.We stayed at the hotel it has Victorian decor...I recommend eating at the restaurant for breakfast while looking out at the Columbia river.We saw a couple of wind surfers while we enjoyed the delicious food and coffee.

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