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Hike Angels Rest to Oneonta Falls with NWPT!
Event Date(s):   07/30/2017 @ 10:00 am meet at Trailhead!

Take advantage of this beautiful hike in the northwest!

By Phone:Call 360.574.7292 to register by phone.
By Web:Register Here

General Event Details:
07/30/2017 @ 10:00 am meet at Trailhead!
Hike Angel's Rest and Enjoy the AMAZING View!

Difficulty: Moderate
Elevation gain: 1,450
Distance: 4.8 Miles Round Trip

This popular hike aptly named Angels Rest will have you ascending the heavens with a 1,450ft elevation gain. A small little wonder, located down the way from Multnomah Falls, offers a 4.8-mile journey uphill with a view at the top that is simply divine.

Don't take off just yet, because just down the highway is a more earthly hideaway.....cool off with this water adventure to Oneonta Falls. A wet walk through the water and a climb over a log mountain pile will take you back to the good old days. Keep following the stream and you will reach the lower Oenetta Falls. Hey, go ahead jump in it's all in good fun anyhow! Please feel free to bring a towel and swimsuit or clothes you don't mind getting wet in for this hike.

 If you have any questions contact aliciarose@nwpersonaltraining.com


Angel's Rest Trailhead


Driving Directions.

Eastbound on I-84, take Bridal Veil Exit #28.

The trailhead is south of the Historic Columbia River Highway, opposite the junction with the interstate access road in Bridal Veil.

From westbound I-84, take Ainsworth State Park Exit #35 and follow the Historic Columbia River Highway for 7.1 miles (11.4 km).



*Discovery parking pass not needed for this hike!

Guests and non-members welcome!

What to Bring:


What to wear? 

  • Nylon or polyester clothes
  • Quick dry shorts if it's hot and quick dry pants if it's cool
  • A good pair of hiking boots and socks
  • Hat and Sunscreen (Remember your camera!)
  • Pack a windbreaker or rain jacket in the event of rain
  • Pack a change of clothing in the event it gets cold and you want to change out of your wet gear
  • Please do not wear any perfume, heavy deodorant or lotions

What to bring to eat and drink?

  • Trailmix/Dried fruit while hiking
  • For lunch, good items include bagels with cream cheese or peanut butter, fruit, cheese & crackers, jerky, Energy Bars, etc…
  • Water (bring about 2 quarts)
What to bring for safety?
First Aid Kit including:
  • Band-Aids
  • Bug repellant
  • Matches and Flash-light
  • And don't forget some Toilet paper.

How do we get there?

Everybody is responsible for their own transportation.  We will be meeting location will be at the Fishers Landing New Seasons (address: 2100b SE 164th Ave #101, Vancouver, WA 98683) at 8:30am to try to get car pools together!

Remember, you DON’T need a State Parking Pass.

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By Phone:Call 360.574.7292 to register by phone.
By Web:Register Here

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