Multnomah Falls


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Mult·no·mah Falls

 (mŭlt-nō′mə)
A waterfall, 189 m (620 ft) high, in a tributary of the Columbia River east of Portland, Oregon.
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Sinister thrillseekers can visit Oregon, the home of her perverse past, and can escape to locations such as Crater Lake, Mount Hood, Multnomah Falls, Timberline Lodge, and Haystack Rock.
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The fire endangered popular landmarks such as Multnomah Falls and destroyed the Oneonta Tunnel on the Historic Columbia River Highway, about 30 miles east of Portland.
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Puettman emphasizes that "the Convention is also an important event for students,"as it creates a platform for individuals at early stages of their professional life to forge lasting relationships."Our student leaders have been working on a great program just for students beginning Sunday with trip to Multnomah Falls followed by the student Wood Bowl where student teams face off with their best knowledge of WOOD." In addition, on Monday the Convention will have a special oral session for students to briefly present their research, followed by the student poster competition.
Hood Winery, Gamier Vineyards, Syncline Winery and Multnomah Falls, a 620-foot waterfall along the Columbia River.
Highlights include the Palouse River Canyon, kayaking in hidden channels, a visit to Multnomah Falls, a jet boat ride into HellOs Canyon and five private wine tours.
Excursions include a motorcoach tour to Multnomah Falls, the tallest falls in Oregon; a jet boat up Hells Canyon past 7,000-year-old Indian petroglyphs; wine tasting in Walla Walla; and an excursion to Astoria to visit the Lewis & Clark National Historic Park and the site of Fort Clatsop, where the explorers spent a hard winter by the Pacific Ocean.
The more intrepid among them began the day with a pre-conference bus trip up the dramatic Columbia River Gorge to Multnomah Falls, a stunningly beautiful waterfall, and the nearby stone lodge, where they enjoyed a sumptuous brunch.
MULTNOMAH FALLS At 620 feet, it's the second-tallest year-round waterfall in the country, but Multnomah's appeal can't be measured in numbers alone.
Multnomah Falls, the nation's fourth tallest at 620 feet, is Oregon's most visited natural attraction.
And we will learn about the legacy of Lewis and Clark, including a trip to Multnomah Falls. And the ultimate value is in the convention's heart and soul--critique sessions in which peers not only evaluate your work but also provide you with great ideas.