“delicately cascading water decorating Mt. Hood”
Ramona Falls is a waterfall on the upper Sandy River on the west side of Mount Hood, Oregon, United States. It is located in forest along the Pacific Crest Trail at an elevation of 3560ft. The falls are about 120ft tall overall, consisting of a wall of cascades. Beautiful but ecologically frail waterfall on 10-mile hike through Mt. Hood National Forest. Like white lace, 120-foot Ramona Falls drapes across a stair-stepped cliff of columnar basalt. The very popular trail to the shady grotto of this Mount Hood cascade starts out in a mossy alder forest beside the Sandy River's bouldery outwash plain. A loop trail to the falls follows a portion of the Pacific Crest Trail. Environmental stewardship strongly encouraged on this hike!
Beautiful but ecologically frail waterfall on 10-mile hike through Mt. Hood National Forest. Environmental stewardship strongly encouraged on this hike!
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