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Columbia Gorge Cliffs, Falls & Wind Tour from Portland
Explore the Northwest
On its way to the Pacific Ocean the mighty Columbia River cuts a deep swath over 80 miles long through the Cascade Mountains, at points reaching depths of up to 4,000 feet (1,200 m) deep. As you head East from Portland and enter the Historic Columbia River Hwy you will leave the present behind and travel back to a time when driving was about the journey, and not the destination.
In the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area, your naturalist guide will lead you out on a series of short hikes to experience a selection of the 90 + waterfalls that exist here, including the notable 620-foot high Multnomah Falls. You will enjoy some morning tea and scrumptious snacks as you take in the the waterfalls and wildflowers that adorn this natural wonder.
This tour includes a locally sourced Cascadian Safari Lunch.
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A little farther up river you'll encounter the town of Hood River, where nearly constant winds of 35mph create a paradise for windsurfers and kite boarders and breathtaking natural beauty draws many thousands of adventure sports enthusiasts and sightseers each year.
After a delicious lunch in Hood River and a possible stop at Full Sail Brewery you'll continue Eastward across the Cascade Divide, where the landscape changes suddenly and dramatically before your eyes. You will then be in the high desert. Take out the binoculars and spot for birds and wildlife, marmots, coyotes, elk, deer and fox roaming the basalt cliffs among sagebrush and Ponderosa Pines.
In the town of The Dalles you'll visit The Columbia Gorge Discovery Center. Here you'll learn the fascinating history of the pioneers as they made their way West along the difficult and often deadly Oregon Trail, remnants of which can still be seen in the area. You will also learn of the native peoples of the Columbia River and of the treacherous journey of Lewis and Clark through this region in 1805 and 1806.
Your next stop is the Mary Hill Museum, where you will encounter an impressive collection of art from around the world, including more than 80 works by French sculptor Auguste Rodin, and a vast array of artifacts from Pacific Northwest indigenous groups featuring ancient petrogylphs, intricate baskets and beadwork. As you make your way back to Portland via the Washington side of the Gorge, you may stop and stretch your legs at Beacon Rock. As always you will be on the look out for additional photo ops and wildlife as well!
72 HOURS MINIMUM ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED. Tour includes pick up from downtown Portland hotels and cruise terminals. Please reserve online, or call us toll-free at 888-307-4181.
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