Oregon Bucket List ~ Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge Region

Headed into a gorgeous region filled with mountains and waterfalls today! Lots of outdoor areas to explore!

Bridal Veil

  • Bridal Veil Falls: Beautiful waterfall to explore.

Cascade Locks

  • Bridge of the Gods: Famed bridge over the Columbia.
  • Dry Creek Falls Trail: Hike to this brisk falls.

Corbett

  • Multnomah Falls: Oregon’s top tourist attractions.
  • Women’s Forum State Park: Offers breathtaking views of the Columbia Gorge.

The Dalles

  • Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum: Tells the tale of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
  • Fort Dalles Museum: Preserves the stories of trail pioneers.
  • National Neon Sign Museum: Explore the nostalgia of a bygone era.

Estacada

  • Pup Creek Falls: Moderate hike to a two tiered waterfall.

Fairveiw

  • Blue Lake Regional Park: Beautiful wetlands park.
  • Salish Ponds: Explore a wetland park nature trail.

Maupin

  • White River Falls State Park: Offers hiking trails with views of the falls.

Mosier

  • Mosier Twin Tunnels: Tunnel located at the end of the Columbia River Highway.

Mt. Hood Village

  • Ramona Falls: Stair stepping waterfall.
  • Umbrella and Sahalie Falls: Accessed from Mt. Hood Meadows Ski and Snowboard Resort.

Rowena

  • Tom McCall Nature Preserve: Provides breathtaking views of the Columbia River Gorge.

Sandy

  • Jonsrud Viewpoint: Expansive views of Devil’s Backbone, the final obstacle on the Oregon Trail.

Wasco

  • Cottonwood Canyon State Park: Perfect park for stargazing.

All attractions can be found in the 2019 Oregon and Columbia Gorge to Mt. Hood Visitor Guides.

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