Our shuttles run on a continuous loop which provides service to each stop approximately every 40 minutes. (This time is traffic dependent, however we find it to be a realistic average)
Don’t know how long it has been since the last shuttle? Curious how long you might be waiting? Your rider wristband has a QR code on it. Scan the code to access a GPS -based tracking system for our busses. The website will reference your physical location and inform you what the current wait time is.
No. Although it can be calming to plan ahead, it is not a requirement. Tickets may be purchased on site using any and all methods of payment.
No. When you ride with Sasquatch Shuttle your wristband exempts you from the Multnomah Falls reservation process. Upon arrival, simply show your wrist band to the staff at the gate and you will be ushered through without delay.
Yes. Sasquatch Shuttle is pet friendly to all well behaved animal companions.
Specializing in spontaneity, Sasquatch is an unpredictable individual. He has been known to hop on board and ride with us, as well as emerge from the bushes to snap a few pictures… Yet, he is never on a set schedule. You will have to se if he turns up during your visit?!
This status is constantly changing. Please check local Multnomah County or Oregon Health Authority fo the latest regulations.
The bus ride from the Sasquatch lot to Multnomah Falls and visa versa is approximately 10-12 minutes.
The last bus leaves the lot between 5:00PM and 5:15PM. Please be sure you are paying attention to the time, and do not miss this bus as it comes by your stop.
Hello friends, thank you for your interest in Sasquatch Shuttle. We have closed for the season. Feel free to poke around on our website to learn more about us. We will reopen Friday May 6, 2022.