Direct to Multnomah Falls

Instead of driving, you might also take the public bus system from Portland’s Gateway TransitCenter to Multnomah Falls. From there, you can hop on either shuttle service.

Find the schedule for the ColumbiaGorge Express at:

Park at Exit 35 off of i-84 and bedriven directly to Multnomah Falls toavoid the parking troubles.


60984 NE Frontage Rd, Cascade Locks OR 97014
(541) 716 5411

Shuttles Along Waterfall Corridor

There are two private Hop-On-Hop-Off shuttle providers along the waterfall corridor. Both of them operate wheelchair-accessible vehicles. Let them know if you need extra accommodation ahead of time.

The parking lot is gravel with some paved areas. The office offers ADA-accessible restrooms and designated accessible parking spots. Benches to rest while waiting for the next shuttle are available. The buses offer lifts and the newer models also have lower entries to step on.


1 W Mill Rd, Bridal Veil, OR 97010

The parking lot where the shuttle starts is gravel but even. Benches on grass offer resting spots. There are no ADA-accessible restrooms.


36901 E. Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett, OR, 97019

Public Transit

All public transit buses are equipped with wheelchair ramps. There are four providers covering six counties across the state border. To learn more about routes and schedules, visit

If you are going to spend some time traveling by transit in the Gorge, we would heartily recommend buying a Gorge Pass, accepted by all four providers and valid for one year. Click here to learn more.


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