Upper McCord Creek Falls is a wonderful trail for a summer day in The Gorge! Come see the beautiful double falls and the wonderful views and forest scenery!
This hike begins at the same location as the Nesmith Point and Elowah hikes. Follow trail #400 along an abandoned road and up a steep incline, where you will come across a junction. Bear right and follow the trail uphill toward McCord Creek Falls. After a few switchbacks, the view will open up to great vistas of the Gorge and Mt. Adams. The trail is cut into the wall and has railings for safety. You will see Elowah Falls from the top, just before entering the forest and coming to McCord Creek Falls. This is a remarkable double falls and well worth the trip. Note that sometimes on dry summer days, only one falls may be flowing.Learn more about this hike at: gorgefriends.org/hike-the-gorge/upper-mccord-creek-falls.html
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