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This short 2-mile round-trip hike offers an incredible view-to-effort ratio.
You'll get to enjoy not just one, not just two, but *four* incredible waterfalls on this short walk! The hike begins from a rest area directly off of I-84, which means that, unfortunately, the traffic noise from the interstate does mar some of the natural beauty.
However, the 190-foot two-tiered Starvation Creek waterfall right at the start helps make up for it! As you continue walking along the mostly-flat, easy trail, you'll soon pass Cabin Creek Falls on the left.
Along the way, you'll get to walk across the Warren Creek Bridge.
Built in 2016, this incredible span "[emulates] the style of the old highway bridges," according to [OregonHikers.org](https://www.oregonhikers.org/field_guide/Starvation_Creek_Waterfalls_Hike). Around the time you pass Hole-in-the-Wall Falls, you'll begin a short climb to reach the final waterfall of the hike: Lower Lancaster Falls.
While Lower Lancaster Falls "seems small at first glance, .
.from the right angle, the tall 250-foot upper tier is visible through the trees," writes OregonHikers.org. Once you're done enjoying these incredible waterfalls, retrace your steps back to your car. Sources: [GorgeFriends.org](https://gorgefriends.org/hike-the-gorge/starvation-creek-falls.html) [OregonHikers.org](https://www.oregonhikers.org/field_guide/Starvation_Creek_Waterfalls_Hike)