Western trumpet honeysuckle, Orange honeysuckle
CAPRIFOLIACEAE, the Viburnum family
Isil spotted this twining honeysuckle out on a cliff’s edge above Multnomah falls. Acording to Pojar and Mackinnon, the stems were used by Native Americans for weaving and rope; Children and hummingbirds like to sip nectar from the tubular flowers; Reddish orange berries are non edible; Ghost’s swing or owl’s swing in various Coast Salish languages.
My excellent reason for not having a good photo of this plant- it was growing in a tree that leaned out over a 60 foot drop. Though the tree and vine seemed firmly rooted, I am not.