- Moderate (to Ramona Falls)
- 7.1-mile loop
- 1000 feet elevation gain
- Open late April through October
- Use: hikers, horses
- Difficult (to Bald Mountain)
- 13.2-mile loop
- 2000 feet elevation gain
- Open June through October
Like white lace, 120-foot Ramona Falls drapes across a stair-stepped cliff of columnar basalt. It’s understandably one of the most popular hiking goals in the Mount Hood area, even though frequent river floods keep changing the access. A 1997 flood lengthened the round-trip hike by 2.6 miles. A road bridge that washed out in 2006 reopened in October 2007.
Hikers can return from the falls on either of two loop paths …
This chapter taken from the book 100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Northwest Oregon & Southwest Washington.