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    Gorge Waterfalls Tour

    Quit gorging yourself on leftovers and get outside to see a real gorge! Species seen nowhere else in the world, dramatic basalt lava flows nearly a mile deep, and some of the world's most beautiful waterfalls are a few of the sights that await you on this tour! Come experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves. You will drive along the oldest scenic highway in the US, stopping at sweeping viewpoints, flowing falls, a historic lodge, and the famed Bonneville Dam Sturgeon Viewing Center. So eat your eyes out on the mountain vistas of the Columbia River Gorge -- It doesn't get more gorge-ous than that!
    Gorge Waterfalls Tour

    SW Taylor St & SW 9th Ave, Portland

    • Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves
    • Snag the chance to see species found nowhere else on earth, dramatic basalt lava flows nearly a mile deep, and some of the world's most beautiful waterfalls
    • Enjoy a tour at the Bonneville Dam to see an impressive fish hatchery and the Sturgeon viewing center
    • Bring your camera to take pictures of misting waterfalls and majestic wildlife
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    Gorge Waterfalls and Mt. Hood Tour

    TLC usually gave pretty good advice, but in this case we think you definitely SHOULD go chasing waterfalls! Begin your journey by travelling along the Columbia River to the quaint town of Troutdale, the Gateway to the Gorge! There, you will join the beautiful Historic Columbia Highway, where the first stop for the day will be the famous Vista House. You will have time to take pictures of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge as well as time to explore the museum. Following that, you'll get back on the highway to visit a number of waterfalls, including a short hike to get closer to Multnomah Falls. Afterwards, continue east for 45 minutes, to the town of Hood River, aka The Windsurfing Capital of the World! You'll spend the next hour or so eating at a local award winning craft brewery. Following lunch, you'll set out again, this time heading south, through the scenic Fruit Loop orchards and lavender farms. After following the scenic road along the Hood River, you will arrive at the historic Timberline Lodge, atop volcanic Mt. Hood at 6k feet elevation! You'll spend some time exploring the lodge and will have one more optional hike to the Pacific Crest Trail crossing just behind the lodge! Whew. It may sound like a lot for one day, but it's totally worth it -- come along on this whirlwind journey to experience Oregon's wonders!
    Gorge Waterfalls and Mt. Hood Tour

    SW Taylor St & SW 9th Ave, Portland

    • Travel along the scenic and historic Columbia Highway to see the beautiful Columbia River Gorge
    • Take a short, paved hike to Multnomah Falls to get closer to the action
    • Visit Hood River, aka the Windsurfing Capital of the World
    • Drive to the top of Mt. Hood and explore the Timberline Lodge
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    Oregon Coast Tour

    "Beauty is, and always will be, blue skies and open highway." -- Dave Hickey We couldn't agree more. With over 300 miles of public coastline, Oregon's beaches are sure to amaze with their numerous lighthouses, reborn beach towns and dramatic offshore rock formations. This tour will travel along one of the most picturesque driving routes in the country, US HWY 101. You will spend the day walking along breathtaking beaches, viewing stunning coastline vistas, and tasting fresh local seafood. At Haystack Rock, you can even explore the tidepools and sea life up close! Carpe Diem: Seas The Day!
    Oregon Coast Tour

    SW Taylor St & SW 9th Ave, Portland

    • Travel along scenic Highway 101 to see some of the most beautiful beaches in Oregon
    • Explore the tidepools and sea life up close at Haystack Rock
    • Stop at captivating overlooks and coastal towns along the way for some great photoshoots
    • Enjoy a delicious lunch at a carefully selected local seaside cafe
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    Moonlight Snowshoe

    Sometimes we want to get a taste of the wild without that whole "wild" thing -- just a calm evening in the outdoors. Well, this is just the thing. In fact, some say this is one of the absolute MUST DO experiences in Portland. Snowshoeing in the moonlight is a magical experience that you can enjoy with a large group or one special person. Heck, even solo! It would certainly be good for reconnecting with your inner chi. You'll get to break your own trail, and then about an hour through you'll stop for some hot drinks and snacks while stargazing and storytelling. If you don't have any stories -- we assure you, your guide has heard a few! When you get back you'll have plenty of time to watch Cliffhanger and play some good ol' ATV Offroad Fury. That way you can have a different outdoors experience -- without actually doing so yourself.
    Moonlight Snowshoe

    906 NW Corporate Dr, Troutdale

    • Strap on some snowshoes and go on an incredible moonlit journey through Mt. Hood
    • Enjoy a magical experience, perfect for a date night, girls' night out, office Christmas party, or just a great night with family and friends!
    • Stop for some drinks and snacks while stargazing and storytelling
    • Take a moment to sit and take in the stillness of the remote mountain environment
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    Columbia Gorge Waterfall Tour

    Getting out into the beautiful surroundings of Portland is a must-do if you have the time! You'll get picked up at your hotel and head out of the city on the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Byway. Make sure to bring your selfie stick and be photo-shoot ready - this scenery will provide you with some Instagram-worthy pictures! Take a deep breath of fresh air as you visit world-famous waterfalls, such as Multnomah, Horsetail, Latourell and Bridal Veil. But that's not all! The cherry on the icing will be a stop at the quirky McMenamins Edgefield Hotel and Brewery, The Crown Point Vista House and Bonneville Dam.
    Columbia Gorge Waterfall Tour

    Portland Hotels, Portland

    • Enjoy the scenic surroundings of Portland with a bus tour to the Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls
    • Take a break from the hectic city life and admire the beauty of nature
    • Sit back and relax as your driver and guide will provide a roundtrip from your hotel
    • Discover the amazing things Portland has to offer
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    Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Tour

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    This scenic tour from Portland takes you into Oregon's stunning wilderness to view Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge. Enjoy panoramic views from Crown Point and Visit House on the Columbia River Gorge Highway before descending down to Latourell Falls, dramatic Multnomah Falls and Bonneville Dam. Learn about the area from your guide and follow the route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition on the way back to Portland. This 4-hour tour showcases the beauty of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and the incredible diversity of scenery at Portland's doorstep! Your tour departs from Pioneer Square in downtown Portland in the morning. Hop aboard an air-conditioned coach and get ready for a beautiful 1-hour drive east to the Columbia River Gorge, which carves a spectacular corridor through the Cascade Mountains in Oregon and Washington. This vast canyon and its surroundings are designated as a National Scenic Area to protect the natural, cultural and recreational resources of the Columbia River Gorge. This area is home to a spectacular combination of landscapes, rare plants, wildlife, farmland, ancient Indian rock art and other sites, many of which you'll discover on your tour. Traveling along the historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, enjoy your guide's informative narration as you admire sweeping views from hundreds of feet above the Columbia River, stopping for photo opportunities at Crown Point and Vista House. Then descend along the highway loops on your way to pristine Latourell Falls, where you'll stop for 20 minutes to view the falls. Continue past Wahkeena Falls to Oregon's most famous natural attraction, Multnomah Falls. This dramatic waterfall is the tallest in Oregon and the second-tallest in the US! Stop here for 25 minutes to admire the dramatic, multi-tiered waterfall that is famous for its views, walkways and Great Depression-era lodge. Next, view the Oneonta Gorge and Horsetail Falls on your way to Bonneville Dam, a national historic site in the heart of the gorge. During your 30-minute stop here, learn about the amazing engineering feat of the damn and fish ladder at the visitor's center and admire the dam from the outdoor viewing area. Return to Portland along the river-level route of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Enjoy the unfolding panorama including Beacon Rock, Cape Horn and Rooster Rock, all sights first noted by the famous explorers over 200 years ago. You'll arrive back in Portland in the afternoon.
    Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Tour

    780 SW Broadway, Portland

    • Explore the beautiful Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
    • Visit several waterfalls including famous Multnomah Falls, the second-tallest in the US
    • Admire the amazing engineering feat of the Bonneville Dam and the fish ladder
    • Follow the route Lewis and Clark took 200 years ago and learn about the area's history from an expert guide
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    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour Including Multnomah Falls

    "Don't go chasing waterfalls; Stick to the rivers and the" Scruuurcshh (record skipping) Say what!?! TLC may have been the voice of a generation, but they got it wrong on this count. Chase waterfalls to your heart's content on this epic day long quest for the perfect fall. Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves. You'll drive along the oldest scenic highway in the US and stop at sweeping viewpoints, and flowing falls including one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon, Multnomah Falls. You'll also stop by the Columbia River's first electric dam, The Bonneville Lock and Dam. Explore the town of Cascade Locks and find a bite to eat before finishing out the tour with a trip to Center Museum which documents the history of the area. Head back to Portland with your thirst for waterfalls quenched. Warning'' No scrubs. Scrubs will get no love on this tour.
    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour Including Multnomah Falls

    downtown Portland hotels, Portland

    • Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves
    • Stop at Crown Point and look down on the Columbia River atop the remains of a lava flow that swept through the Gorge around 14-17 million years ago
    • Explore the town of Cascade Locks for lunch
    • Enjoy a day of surreal beauty and five scenic views of waterfalls
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    White Salmon River Rafting Half-Day Trip

    Are you rugged, rough and tumble or just a straight-up badass? Prove it. Take a boat out on the Salmon River and take on some of the best class III-IV rapids around. You'll have prime conditions because glaciers of Mt. Adams combined with the immense aquifers in the area, keep the White Salmon raging all summer long! Ride the Maytag, Corner Cave, Grasshopper, and many other famous rapids on this epic endeavor. You'll love the gin-clear water, the fabulous weather and monstrous rapids that make the White Salmon River one of the most exciting half-day river rafting trips in the west. Test your mettle against the river and see how tough you really are.
    White Salmon River Rafting Half-Day Trip

    856 WA-141, White Salmon

    • Ride the White Salmon River, known to locals as one of the best-kept recreation secrets of the Northwest
    • Take advantage of your informative, friendly and professional guide
    • Rip down big, bouncy rapids with many large waves and powerful holes
    • Brave some of the toughest recreational waters available in this adrenaline-fueled adventure
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    Oregon Coast Day Trip: Astoria and Cannon Beach

    Spend a day along Oregon's gorgeous coastline, filled with dramatic headlands, beaches and historical lighthouses, on this tour from Portland. Visit the quaint town of Astoria, the site of one of the first American settlements west of the Rockies, and explore Cannon Beach, where you'll explore tide pools at Haystack Rock and enjoy free time to peruse shops and art galleries. You'll also learn about Oregon's maritime history and logging industry at two interesting museums with your guide. After pickup from your Portland hotel in the morning, travel by van or mini-coach north to Astoria, located on Oregon's western tip along the Pacific coast. First, visit the Astoria Column atop Coxcomb Hill, a historical site that was one of the first permanent American settlements west of the Rockies. Climb up the steps to the top and be rewarded with stunning views of the coastal town at the mouth of the Columbia River.

    You'll then visit the Columbia River Maritime Museum, where you and your guide will browse historical exhibits offering interesting information about the region's many shipwrecks, lighthouses, early European exploration, commercial fishing and the Coast Guard.

    You'll also see different kinds of vessels, both life-size and models, indoors and out on the actual Columbia River, the major river of the Northwest that has been an important route for transportation and commerce.

    Afterward, enjoy free time for lunch in Astoria (own expense) before driving south along the coast to Cannon Beach, where you'll see Haystack Rock, a designated marine sanctuary full of tide pools. Enjoy more free time here to shop, walk along the beach, and explore the shops and art galleries that fill this vibrant, charming town.

    On our return, you'll stop at Camp 18, a historical logging museum that offers a glimpse into the history of Oregon's important timber industry. You'll be dropped off at your Portland hotel in the evening.
    Oregon Coast Day Trip: Astoria and Cannon Beach

    Downtown Portland , Portland

    • Travel along Oregon's beautiful coast and visit the charming coastal towns of Astoria and Cannon Beach
    • Admire views of dramatic cliffs, beaches, lighthouses, forests and the Columbia River on a relaxing drive
    • Walk up Coxcomb Hill to the Astoria Column, site of one of the first American settlements west of the Rockies
    • Learn about Oregon's maritime history and logging industry at two museums with your expert tour guide
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    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland (PM)

    "Don't go chasing waterfalls; Stick to the rivers and the" -- Scruuurcshh (record skipping) Say what!?! TLC may have been the voice of a generation, but they got it wrong on this count. Chase waterfalls to your heart's content on this epic day long quest for the perfect fall. Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves. You'll drive along the oldest scenic highway in the US and stop at sweeping viewpoints, flowing falls, and Multnomah Falls Historic Lodge. You'll check out all of the best waterfalls as you wind your way through the woods. Stop by Wahkeena Falls, the most picturesque waterfall in the valley because of its spectacular alluvial fan. Check out the dams spanning the Columbia River and head to a local fishery to meet Herman, the 10 foot, 450 pound sturgeon. Head back to Portland with your thirst for waterfalls quenched Warning-- No scrubs. Scrubs will get no love on this tour.
    Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland (PM)

    815 SW Park Ave, Portland

    • Experience the grandeur of the Columbia River Gorge, one of the United States' most photographed Natural Scenic Reserves
    • Stop at Crown Point and look down on the Columbia River atop the remains of a lava flow that swept through the Gorge around 14-17 million years ago
    • Swing by Wahkeena Falls, said to be the most scenic waterfall along the historic highway
    • Enjoy a day of surreal beauty and plenty of waterfalls
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