This scenic area is beautiful, with beautiful mountains and clear waters, surrounded by green water, giving people a fresh and natural feeling.
The Columbia River is the fourth largest river in the United States. At the junction of Oregon and Washington, it forms a valley that winds more than 1,000 kilometers. The Columbia River Gorge is a famous national scenic area in the United States. Don't miss this view.
How this attraction doesn’t have unanimous five stars is beyond me. The scenery is beautiful there are hikes for all fitness levels. Waterfalls galore. If I were you I’d skip Multnomah and go to Horsetail instead.
Beautiful nature with state parks and trails. Great outdoor. Could be cold and windy in December.
one of the most beautiful and scenic destinations you could dream of. Its never ending sea of green and the river itself can stand alone. its a sight you must see. with many attractions to chose from you wont be at aloss for activities. it also had the nation wide known Bridge of the Gods. also the famous multnomah falls and its amazing beauty. trails hiking camping all kinds of water sports fishing and enjoying this lush scenery is something not to miss out on. add it to ypur bucket list.
Back near Portland, the sky turned out to be horribly good, the temperature rose sharply, and I played Kayak, which I thought I had no chance to play this time. Paddling back and forth for an hour, the last section of the return journey was really challenging. I went upstream, either to the left or to the right. I felt that if I couldn't pass this section, it would be a nightmare. Half an hour after returning, suddenly there was a strong wind and a heavy rain poured down. I can only lament how lucky I am! If you still haven't landed in the river at this time, how embarrassing it would be! [Facepalm]
Preston_Dominguez: 902 Wasco Street, Hood River, OR 97031
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area,Viento Wines,Vinzenz Lausmann Memorial State Natural Area,Tom McCall Nature Preserve