20 June 2014
Bridal Veil Falls
On the way to Bridal Veil Falls we spotted people parking on the side of the road and we started to get puzzled as to whether this was the parking, we decided to drive onwards and eventually found the official car park much further on, so I suspect the people parking on the road were hikers. We didn’t have too much time so we were glad to have driven on to the official car park. Judging by the number of signs about car thieves it obviously has a history of car break ins. We weren’t there too long and had everything hidden in the boot/trunk of the car and were fine. It is quite a way down to the falls but worth it to see them, the hike back up to the carpark was a bit of an effort, but didn’t take too long.
Multnomah Falls and Mount St Helens
Parking for Multnomah Falls seems to operate on a one out, one in basis, so keep your eyes open for people leaving or heading back to their cars. Again we didn’t have too much time so only did the short walk up to the bridge and no further. There is a restaurant and snack vendors there for something to eat.
The bottom right picture is Mount St Helens taken from the Mount St Helens visitor centre. We managed to get there just in time to catch the last video which shows footage of the eruption in 1980. It is worth stopping at to read the displays and watching the short film.