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.
Backpacking to Jefferson Park Wilderness You have probably noticed quite a few photos of Mt. Jefferson on this website as of lately and there is a good reason for that.…
This place is truly magical and hopefully it will stay that way. What makes Puff Falls so unique is that you can actually swim in the pool the waterfall plunges into. If you find yourself in southwest Washingtington on a hot day you need to make the trek to Puff Falls. You won't regret it.
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.
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.