Sahale Falls is a lesser known waterfall on the SE side of Mt. Hood that plunges over 60 feet on the East Fork of the Hood River. The waterfall is often hiked to as part of a loop hike in conjunction with the nearby Umbrella Falls. Both waterfalls are easy to access during the summer from the Mt. Hood Meadows parking lots and on days in which the gates are open you can even drive to Sahale Falls. If you are reading this though, you are probably not interested in driving to a waterfall.
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This place is truly magical and hopefully it will stay that way. What makes Puff Falls so unique is that you can actually swim in the pool the waterfall plunges into. If you find yourself in southwest Washingtington on a hot day you need to make the trek to Puff Falls. You won't regret it.