A view of damage to the Angel's Rest trail from the Eagle Creek Fire.

A view of damage to the Angel’s Rest trail from the Eagle Creek Fire.

U.S. Forest Service 

For the first time since the Eagle Creek Fire, six miles of the Historic Columbia River Highway and several popular trails near Multnomah Falls have reopened, officials announced Friday. 

Popular Gorge trails that reopened Friday include Angels Rest, Wahkeena and Larch Mountain trails east of Portland. 

Drivers can also enjoy views of Horsetail Falls and Wahkeena Falls on the newly opened segment of the historic highway between Bridal Veil to Ainsworth, said a news release. 

The full length of the Historic Columbia River Highway impacted by Eagle Creek Fire is now open.

Read the full story at the Statesman Journal.