Ramona Falls

This section of our waterfall pictures website features beautiful pictures of Ramona Falls. Ramona Falls is a popular destination for nature lovers, tourists in general, and people who just love waterfalls.

These pictures of Ramona Falls let you see Ramona Falls from several different angles, and they give you a good idea of what to expect when visiting Ramona Falls.

Detailed information on Ramona Falls can be found below the pictures on this page.

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Pictures of Ramona Falls

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Ramona Falls Facts

Ramona Falls is a waterfall on the upper Sandy River on the west side of Mount Hood, Oregon, United States.

It is in scenic wilderness along the Pacific Crest Trail at an elevation of 3,576 feet (1,090 m). The falls are about 120 feet (37 m) tall overall consisting of a wall of cascades.

Ramona Falls Trail

The Ramona Falls trail is a very popular trail for both adults and children alike. This loop trail of approximately 7 miles takes you along the picturesque scenery of Marion Creek to the beautiful Ramona Falls where the temperature is about 20 degrees lower than at the trail head. Please note that access to the falls is limited to May through October as a seasonal bridge is installed in spring and removed in the fall.

It is recommended that you do this hike in the early morning as temperatures in the afternoon can get pretty high. Also make sure you have plenty of water to drink on route.