The Columbia River Gorge

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Columbia River Gorge - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Gorge White House


    You'll find pretty much everything the Hood River Valley is famous for growing and being produced at this picturesque, century-old farm anchored...Read More

  • 2. Marchesi Vineyards


    Somewhat unusual for the Pacific Northwest, this boutique winery with a small, airy tasting room and a verdant garden patio specializes in Italian...Read More

  • 3. Multnomah Falls


    A 620-foot-high double-decker torrent, the second-highest year-round waterfall in the nation, Multnomah is by far the most spectacular of the...Read More

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  • 4. Vista House at Crown Point


    A two-tier octagonal structure perched on the edge of this 730-foot-high cliff offers unparalleled 30-mile views up and down the Columbia River...Read More

  • 5. Bonneville Dam


    President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the first federal dam to span the Columbia in 1937. Its generators (visible from a balcony on a self...Read More

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  • 6. Bonneville Fish Hatchery

    Fish Hatchery

    Built in 1909 and operated by the Oregon Fish & Wildlife Department, the largest state-operated fish hatchery is next door to Bonneville...Read More

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  • 7. Cascade Locks Marine Park

    Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train)

    This riverfront park is the home port of the 500-passenger stern-wheeler Columbia Gorge , which churns upriver, then back again, on one- and...Read More

  • 8. Cathedral Ridge Winery


    Run by fourth-generation winemaker Michael Sebastiani, this vineyard has racked up countless ribbons and awards from wine festivals and publications...Read More

  • 9. Columbia Gorge Discovery Center–Wasco County Historical Museum


    Exhibits and artwork at this expansive, contemporary museum just off Interstate 84 as you approach The Dalles from the west highlight the geological...Read More

  • 10. Fort Dalles Museum


    The 1856-vintage Fort Dalles Surgeon's Quarters ranks among the state's oldest history museums. The first visitors came through the doors in...Read More

  • 11. Fruit Loop

    Scenic Drive

    Either by car or bicycle, tour the quiet country highways of Hood River Valley, which abounds with more than 25 fruit stands, a handful of U...Read More

  • 12. Glassometry Studios


    Artist and teacher Laurel Marie Hagner operates this colorful gallery and sculpture garden just off the Hood River Fruit Loop, near the village...Read More

  • 13. Hood River Lavender Farm


    Part of the joy of visiting this organic U-pick lavender farm that harvests some 75 varieties of the plant is the beautiful drive up the hill...Read More

  • 14. Lost Lake Resort

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    One of the most-photographed sights in the Pacific Northwest, this lake's waters reflect towering Mt. Hood and the thick forests that line its...Read More

  • 15. Mt. Hood Railroad

    Scenic Drive

    Scenic passenger excursions along a small rail line established in 1906 offer a picturesque and relaxing way to survey Mt. Hood and the Hood...Read More

  • 16. Mt. Hood Winery


    In addition to producing increasingly acclaimed wine—with particularly impressive Pinot Gris, dry Rosé, Zinfandel (which is seldom bottled in...Read More

  • 17. Oneonta Gorge

    Nature Sight

    Following the old highway east from Multnomah Falls, you come to a narrow, mossy cleft with walls hundreds of feet high. Oneonta Gorge is most...Read More

  • 18. Sunshine Mill Winery


    You won't find many wineries situated in more unusual buildings than Quenett, which operates out of a early 1900s flour mill with huge grain...Read More

  • 19. The Dalles Lock and Dam


    At this hydroelectric dam 50 miles east of the Bonneville Dam, you can tour a visitor center, which is located on the Oregon side of the river...Read More

  • 20. Viento Wines


    Focused more on whites than most of the winemakers in the Gorge region, Viento has a stunning tasting room with vaulted ceilings, soaring windows...Read More

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