Multnomah Falls during a very snowy winter.
Multnomah Falls Lodge was completed in 1925 ten years after the Multnomah Falls Park was dedicated. Albert E. Doyle, a Portland architect designed the historic lodge. This same architect was responsible for such Portland buildings as the US Bank, Meier and Frank, Lippman Wolfe, and Reed College buildings. Using stones and timber from the Cascade mountains the lost cost came in at $40,000. This beautiful historic lodge now houses The Multnomah Falls Lodge Restaurant, Gift Shop, Snack Bar, Espresso Bar and Interpretive Center. The ownership of the lodge transferred to the US Forest Service in 1939, and is currently operated by the Multnomah Falls Co.
December 21st, 2011
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