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Separating the middle of the states of Washington and Oregon, the mighty Columbia is home of shipping, sightseeing, and water sports. Roadways on either side of the Columbia-state route 14 on the Washington side and I-84 and US-30 on the Oregon side-provide visitors with excellent...More
from the moment you cross the sandy river you will experience the beauty of the Columbia River and the Cascade range as you follow I84 East. From the Vista overlook to the monolith and on to the Dam at Bonneville the sheer beauty envelops you....More
The Columbia Gorge is so beautiful in the fall. Driving from Portland the leaves are changing and the day was sunny. Take a hike, eat in town, i walked around the sjops. The people are friendly. Such a lovely place to visit for a day...More
We drive this stretch of I84 between the Tri Cities and Portland, and it's beautiful in a different sort of way each season. While generally a safer option than most mountain passes in the winter (due to low elevation), it can be subject to icy...More
My wife and I took our first drive down the Columbia Gorge. We stopped at many of the local parks as well as the Dam and Vista House. The scenery is beautiful. Unfortunately the scenic highway was closed while it is being repaired due to...More
We were at the Columbia River Gorge November 12th which is kind of iffy this time of year but it turned out great. The Vista house at Crown Point was extremely windy 50+ wind speeds so we did some water fall site seeing. Bridle Vail...More
What a great place to spend your time. Yes, you will need a car to see the area. The falls are towards Portland, but don’t limit your time to the Oregon side. The Washington side as Maryhill Winery, Maryhill museum and... More
What a great place to spend your time. Yes, you will need a car to see the area. The falls are towards Portland, but don’t limit your time to the Oregon side. The Washington side as Maryhill Winery, Maryhill museum and Beacon Rock to climb. Each one is worth it. Beacon Rock is real walk, but you can see way up the gorge. Hood River is worth exploring. High end Goodwill store in downtown and great restaurants there,too. No boat that I know of, but a train ride if operating.