A required stop is always Multnomah Falls, the 2nd highest water fall in the US @ 860 feet. In 1922, the land was given to the city of Portland by the OR and WA Railroad & Navigation Co. The Union Pacific regularly stopped on Multnomah Falls Lodge when it was a train depot. Originally the lodge had dormitories & four rooms for the overnight stays. The Cascadian-style Multnomah Falls Lodge was completed in July of 1925 at a cost of $40,000. In 1927 the building was enlarged & again in 1929.