Cape Horn hike is a 7 mile loop in the Columbia River Gorge offering excellent views, waterfalls and creek crossings. This is the perfect summer morning hike for the intermediate hiker with out and back options for beginners.
Hiking in the Columbia River Gorge can at times be frustrating thanks to the draw of large crowds on nice weekends and the recent boom in outdoor recreation. Trailhead parking... View Article
The Wahclella Falls loop hike is much easier to complete than the name of this two tier waterfall is to pronounce. Also known as Tanner Creek Falls, Wahclella Falls is... View Article
Lower Falls Creek Falls Hike The hike to Falls Creek Falls in Washington is a great short out and back style hike that follows Falls Creek most of the way... View Article
Looking for a challenging and at times a bit sketchy hike? Look no further than the Rock of Ages hike on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge. This ten mile long loop hike serves up some serious terrain jam packed with steeps, bushwhacking, hand over foot climbing, amazing views, waterfalls and massive elevation gain.
Dry Creek Falls Hike in the Columbia River Gorge Looking for a short but solid hike to a waterfall? Look no further. Dry Creek Falls is a great 5 mile... View Article
Dog Mountain is a very popular hiking destination due to its ease of access from the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area and its amazing spring time wildflower display. Located on the Washington State side of the Columbia River Gorge the trailhead can be found just a few miles east of the town of Stevenson.
Devil’s Rest hike is a nice 8 mile trek in the scenic Columbia River Gorge that can be completed year round. The view from Devil’s Rest are not quite as... View Article
The Eagle Creek Trail is easily one of the most popular hikes in the Columbia River Gorge and maybe in all of Oregon. Its close proximity, just a 45 minute... View Article