…unless you arrive by transit
On top of growing recreation use over the last decade, we are seeing record numbers of visitors to Multnomah Falls this year.
So a big change was introduced this year to Multnomah Falls to help limit congestion that can dangerously clog up both the Historic Columbia River Highway and I-84.
From July 20 through September 19, anyone visiting the falls, except for by the transit options, will need a timed ticket between 9 A.M. and 6 P.M.
It will allow for about 600 visitors an hour.
The tickets are free except for a one dollar processing fee online. They’re available now and you can get them up to two weeks in advance at https://www.recreation.gov/ticket/facility/10073376
Or you can simply hop on the Columbia Gorge Express (free with your GOrge Pass) and walk in without notice.