Summer Engagement Session at Upper North Falls, in Silver Falls State Park
Amanda and Jeffery came to Oregon for a sweet weekend getaway just the two of them to enjoy their engagement. They took the trip from Northern California to Oregon and decided to have their engagement session at the amazing Silver Falls State Park. After going back and forth on the location we should pick for their session (because Oregon has so many options it’s hard to decide which one to pick haha) we set our minds on the Upper North Falls. The Silver Falls State Park was the perfect location for these two lovers, their love for this kind of environment and landscape couldn’t represent what they love more than this.
They are ready for anything when it comes to adventuring in epic places like this. What I love about meeting my couples is to find things we have in common. And one of them was Scotland. Amanda mentioned to me a few times how much she would love to visit Scotland and when everything gets better plan their elopement out there! I couldn’t agree more with this for them! After visiting multiple countries, my favorite one will always be Scotland. The moodiness of the landscape there will be the absolute best for what they are looking for.
About Silver Falls State Park
What a place! You won’t see just one waterfall when visiting the Silver Falls State Park but tons of them! Only about 1hour from Portland it’s the perfect location for a fun hiking weekend with friends and family. If you want to see most of them I highly recommend the hike called Trail of Ten Falls. About 8 miles long hiking trail this is perfect for hot summer days. Once you start the hike you go down the canyon and you’ll be treated by the impressive North Falls where you can walk behind it in a cave. Absolutely stunning. The canyon is perfect to keep cool during the summer. It was definitely one of my favorite hikes this summer. Click here to see the trail.
Did you like this waterfall engagement session? Go check out this waterfall engagement session at the amazing Wahclella Falls on the Columbia River Gorge. Click here!