hiking

forest

views

wild flowers

birding

walking

dogs on leash

nature trips

waterfall

wildlife

trail running

river

kid friendly

camping

backpacking

lake

A year-round recreational area offering the best of outdoor activities including camping, hiking, biking, golf, whitewater rafting and kayaking, windsurfing and kiteboarding, boating, bird watching, photography, downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing – the list is endless. Just taking a drive through the Columbia River Gorge is an experience in itself as you will be in awe of this spectacular geological wonder. The Columbia River is the second largest river in North America, starting in northern Idaho and southeastern British Columbia, and traveling over 1,200 miles to the ocean. Through millenniums of geologic events, waterfalls have found their home in the Columbia River Gorge. A visit to the area is not complete without a visit to the breathtaking waterfalls.

hiking
8 hours ago

Best in the Spring. The balsam Root flowers blanket the hill sides. We saw over 30 different varieties of wildflowers in June. Make sure you take a jacket for the top. It's windy and chilly.

Lots of people in the summer or weekends year round. A little rain usually scares them off

Great hike, late August so it was warm, not a lot of shade. This would be a great hike in the spring when there would be lots of wild flowers

hiking
4 days ago

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hiking
11 days ago

Beautiful!

hiking
12 days ago

I used to love this trail but it's way to busy now.

hiking
13 days ago

Super busy but it's a must!!

hiking
13 days ago

hiking
13 days ago

hiking
17 days ago

Pretty easy. Pretty views.