Cant say enough about the gorge. Beautiful, relaxing and clean. This us a must see if in the area. Great for families and solo.
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About Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
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We were looking forward to this part of Oregon...wonderful views, but due to the past days of fires, many of the exits were closed for the safety of drivers..we saw a lot of charred timber and places where timber had been cleared. Beautiful water and...More
A lot of waterfalls, hiking trails and one scenic drive... can easily spend a whole day there. Multnomah Falls and Oneonta Gorge are my favorites!
We took a whole day to drive the road, have also driven a few miles on the Washington side. Nevertheless, we couldn't see all the waterfalls; you have to hike to some of them and then you just don't have enough time. We saw the...More
It is hard to image that within such a short distance from a big city there is such a great scenic area. We did not have enough time to visit all the attractions, but we visited 3 major ones: the Crown Point Vista House, the...More
Booked the Mt Hood Day Trip to Multnomah Falls and Hood River for Sept. 9th. Due to the forest fires we where offered an alternative trip and as I wanted to see some of the countryside we gladly accepted. What a fantastic day we had....More
We were lucky enough to tour the gorge in the Spring of 2016. We flew into Portland and after a wonderful visit to the coast, returned to the city and took day tours to Mt Hood and the Bonniville (sp?) Resort. Such natural beauty and...More
This is NOT Disney. And although the parking can be difficult at many of the waterfalls, there is a lot to see and enjoy, including fisheries (really interesting), river sports, scenic drives, wineries... Just a great place to kick back with just enough to see...More
As you drive along I-84 or pull off to see up close this is one of the highlights of the drive from the coast east. Unfortunately the current wild fires have really taken their toll on this drive, but the falls is still wonderful