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“Every time we drive through the Columbia River Gorge, I am mesmerized by its natural beauty! Rock cliffs, waterfalls, rock formations in the river...there’s so much to take in. The biggest challenge is for the one driving to keep their eyes on the road! ;)”
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“Beautiful place for a stroll on a nice day, catch the kitesurfers doing their thing, bring a snack and have a seat, or stop at one of the many breweries or restaurants and enjoy the view.”
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Wanderweg
“World class mountain biking and hiking. Massive. Awesome. I would be here every day if I could.”
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Park
“Hike or ride your bike on the Twin Tunnels trail, a section of the historic Columbia Gorge Highway closed to vehicles. It goes from Mosier to Hood River. E-bike rentals are in Mosier.”
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Park
“Happening place to grab food and watch river activities. Rent kite boards and paddle boards, take lessons, swim.”
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Park
“The Arch Hike is one of our favorites in the Gorge- just be on the lookout for poison oak near the creek.”
  • Von 9 Einheimischen empfohlen
Park
“A favorite local spot for hikers, mountain bikers, dog walkers, wild-flower lovers and more. On a windy day make sure to take the Maui Falls route over what's know as the Jeep track - it provides much greater protection from the breeze. This one of the most amazing spots to see balsam root and lupine growing together in full glory, starting about the end of April (approximately) and running about 3 weeks.”
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Park
“Easy access off the main road. Intermediate hike with a great view at the top.”
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Campground
“The9 miles of hiking and equestrian trails lead along the Little Klickitat River and up through Ponderosa pine and stands of Oregon white oak. As you gain elevation, you will find yourself in subalpine meadows with a profusion of wildflowers in spring and panoramic views that include Mount Hood to the south. There is also a softball field, playground and horseshoe pit. Discover Pass needed.”
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State / Provincial Park
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Park
“Great playground for young kiddos to get their wiggles out. Just a walk away from the Lodge.”
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Park
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Park
“This beach has world-class windsurfing, but on a calm day it's our favorite place to head to cool off. There's picnic tables and shade right next to the water.”
  • Von 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
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“This is my favorite hike in the Columbia River Gorge. It's got a bit of elevation gain at the beginning, but it is completely worth it for the sweeping views of the Gorge.”
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Park
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