This region is known for having a lot of waterfalls — so many, in fact, that it can be hard to know where to start! We've rounded up a list of our favorites below, along with guides for the best waterfalls for each season.

Favorite Waterfalls

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Each waterfall offers a unique experience. Most are just a few steps, an easy hike or a short drive off main travel corridors. When scouting waterfalls, remember to bring your camera, drinking water, comfortable shoes and sunblock or bug repellent as needed. Park passes may be required in some areas. Please be alert to seasonal snow or road closures. During colder seasons, some waterfalls may only be accessible via snowshoeing or cross country skiing. Call our visitor center staff for help in checking conditions daily at 541.484.5307.

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