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Bike and Hike: Columbia River Gorge Adventure from Portland

Highlights
  • An easy, active half-day trip to the scenic Columbia River Gorge
  • Ride a leisurely stretch of historic highway suitable for all riders
  • Tour includes bikes, helmets, snacks and transportation from Portland
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Bike and Hike: Columbia River Gorge Adventure from Portland
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Bike and hike to Columbia River Gorge. Transportation to bike shop in Portland not included. 9am departure
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Bike and hike to Columbia River Gorge. Transportation to bike shop in Portland not included. 1pm departure
From $99.00
Overview
See the stunning Columbia River George by bike and foot on this guided half-day tour. In Portland, you'll be outfitted with a bike and helmet and driven from the city center to the historic National Scenic Highway, where you’ll take a relaxed 10-mile (16-km) ride. Along the way, you'll hop off your bike for sort hikes to misting waterfalls.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at a downtown Portland bike shop and board a van for your morning or afternoon half-day trip to the magnificent Columbia River Gorge.

After a 45-minute drive to the Oregon-Washington border and the country's oldest National Scenic Highway, you’ll start your ride. The 10-mile (16-km) guided peddle will take you along gentle hills of evergreen forests on the Gorge’s National Scenic Highway, the country’s first.

The guide will lead your small group, which will stop along the way for snacks and leisurely hikes to the Gorge’s celebrated waterfalls, where can wade in their refreshing water and snap photos of their spray. Look for birds of prey, including the national emblem of the United States, the bald eagle.

Your 5-hour tour will return you to Portland at lunch or dinner time, depending on your trip.
Reviews (114)
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Reviewed yesterday
Amazing beautiful bike tour for families with hiking to waterfalls & plenty of adventure!

Just after our boys turned 7 + 9 this Summer, we took them on a 1.5 trip to Portland, the Willamette Valley, Mt. Rainier, Seattle and many points in between. In Portland, we were fortunate enough to get a tip about Pedal Bike Tour, which...More

Thank Seth P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Best way to enjoy nature

Joined the bike tour of the gorge and it was super fun!!! It's such a beautiful way to experience nature and the waterfalls. Daniel was an awesome guide! Super friendly and knowledgeable. Loved that you get to bike and hike on this tour, it's the...More

Thank pink_janey26
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
very enjoyable

Very enjoyable bike and hike tour. Our guide Daniel is full of historical knowledge, is a good role model for caring of the nature and environment.

Thank Luciahfw
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Beautiful day

Had a great day with Anna our guide, there were ten in our group. The scenery and waterfalls were spectacular. The bikes were well fitted and easy to ride. Most of the time on the bikes is coasting downhill, not much pedaling involved. How fun...More

Thank TammarieSmith
Reviewed October 14, 2018 via mobile
Great tour

Awesome experience Daniel was knowledgeable and a total professional! Learned a lot about history and he had great stories about the area. Biking was easy and hikes also and photos opportunities all over the place. Would recommend this to all touring the area.

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NorthStar767953
September 13, 2018|
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Response from jredwood | Reviewed this property |
We used PEDAL BIKE TOURS: 133 SW 2nd Avenue, Portland It's right across from Voodoo doughnuts. In downtown, we didn't have a car either. We walked. The trolley system is amazing though - a must use public transportation... More
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Barbara K
May 6, 2018|
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Response from lmuniz9401 | Reviewed this property |
A lot of the gorge is closed due to the fire. The tour had to move to trails farther east in the gorge. A longer drive, but beautiful falls and bike ride.
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