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Quaint place that sits below Latourlle Falls on the north side of the scenic highway. I have a fancy for it because of it's name, which has a personal meaning.
I love visiting Guy Talbot Park to view the beautiful Latourell Falls. There is both a short trail to an upper viewpoint and a slightly longer trail downhill to a viewing area at the base of the falls. There is also a longer hiking trip (2.5 miles I think) to an upper falls, but I've never done it.
Park features picnic area, pit toilets, and several trails. The most popular is the 2.4 mile loop trail to the two waterfalls (upper and lower). You can view the lower fall right off the trailhead, if you're not up for a hike.
This park offers picnic tables, a shelter and grassy areas. There are beautiful trees to provide shade if it's hot out. There is an easy path to Latourelle Falls from the park you can't see from the road. My 88 year-old-mother walked there with no problem.
Guy Talbot State Park was the first stop on our journey to see the various falls along the Historic Columbia River Highway. Our friends stopped in this park so we could view the Latourell Falls. My wife and I were impressed by the beauty of this park and falls and we hadn’t even seen Multnomah Falls yet.
When I was visiting the Columbia River Gorge, I stopped at Guy Talbot State Park. Guy Webster Talbot and his... 更多