EXPLORE THE GORGE

BY

Foot• Bike• Bus•Train

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Itineraries
 

 
 
 

Cascade Locks

As the "Heart of the Columbia River Gorge", Cascade Locks is home to the Bridge of the Gods, Pacific Crest Trail, home base for world class hiking trails, Thunder Island Brewing and scenery that will blow your mind.

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Hood River

Flanked by Cascade Mountains, Hood and Adams, this walkable town exemplifies agritourism with a surprising density of local food, coffee, beer, wine and cider. Home to orchards, blueberry and lavender fields, vineyards, as well as all types of land, water and snow sports, there is no shortage of experiences to be had from this city.

 
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The Dalles

At the sun-drenched eastern entrance to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, The Dalles will surprise you with its many recreational and cultural opportunities. Dive into the rich heritage experiences available at this pronounced bend in the Columbia River.

 
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Portland

As the launchpad to the Gorge, check out the info page for all the bus, train, plane, shuttle, biking info and more.

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