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West End Transit (WET) Bus Stop

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

Dog Creek Falls


West End Transit (WET) Bus Stop. Park here.
WESTERN GORGE: Stunning views and cascading waterfalls attract more than CARSON

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Skamania Lodge (Forest Service Information Center) Dog Mountain
2 million visitors to the western Gorge each year. Consider carpooling, taking a shuttle

Columbia Gorge Express Stop


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West End Transit (WET) Bus Stop

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Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center

EXIT 54
84

(eastbound exit, westbound onramp only)


The 2017 Eagle Creek fire closed many trails. Please check trail conditions and closures Bonneville
Easy CLIMB Trail
before leaving home: gorgefriends.org/trails
Bonneville Dam
Herman Creek

EXIT 41 (eastbound only)


CASCADE
LOCKS Dry Creek Falls Wyeth

EXIT 44
West End Transit (WET) Bus Stop
Beacon Rock State Park Bridge of the Gods Trailhead Starvation Creek State Park

Sams Walker NORTH BONNEVILLE


Cascade Locks Marine Park Viento State Park
WASHINGTON

EXIT 40
Franz Lake Wildlife Scenic Viewpoint
Bridge of the Gods
St. Cloud Trail
Ruckel Creek Falls

EXIT 37
Columbia Gorge Express Stop
Eagle Creek Recreation Area

EXIT 35
To VANCOUVER, 17 miles Cape Horn Tooth Rock
OREGON
Columbia Gorge Express Stop. Park here.

Wahclella Falls
EXIT 26 (eastbound only, westbound on-ramp only)

84 John B. Yeon State Scenic Corridor

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EXIT 25 (eastbound)

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EXIT 17

EXIT 18

Benson State Recreation Area (Exit 30, eastbound only)


EXIT 22

84 Dalton Point
TROUTDALE
Sandy River Delta Park Angel's Rest Larch Mountain LET SOMEONE ELSE DRIVE! Take a Summer Shuttle.
Turnoff for Larch Mountain

CORBETT Bridal Veil Falls State Scenic Viewpoint The Columbia Gorge Express bus takes passengers from Portland to stops along the Oregon side of
the Gorge. Schedule and tickets: ColumbiaGorgeExpress.com
Shepperd's Dell State Natural Area
The West End Transit (WET) Bus stops at nine trailheads on the Washington side of the Gorge, Saturdays
Sandy River Dabney State Recreation Area Latourell Falls and Sundays during the summer months.
For information about car-free travel in the Columbia River Gorge, visit GorgeFriends.org/CarFreeTravel.
Lewis & Clark State Recreation Site Guy W. Talbot State Park

Glenn Otto Community Park Rooster Rock State Park


Vista House
Vista House at Crown Point Waterfall Viewpoint
This 100-year-old iconic structure sits perched on Crown Point
Portland Women’s Forum and offers commanding views of the Columbia River Gorge. Trailhead ADA
To PORTLAND, 17 miles
Restrooms Eagle Creek fire trail closure. Other facilities may be open.
Picnic area Historic Columbia River Highway Route (bike on road)
ReadySetGorge.com Fee required Extreme congestion and limited parking available
Historic Highway State Trail (no motorized vehicles)
Overnight camping Freeway (bike along shoulder)
MAKE IT FUN. MAKE IT SAFE. Tips for traveling the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Multi-use path
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
Cyclists yield to pedestrians

Park in designated spots

EASTERN GORGE: With a dry, arid climate and fascinating geology, the eastern Gorge offers views of Mt. Hood, Take valuables to prevent theft
Mt. Adams and beyond. Its abundant wildflowers lure many visitors each spring. The eastern Gorge has fewer crowds
than the western Gorge year-round. Pay recreation use fees: gorgefriends.org/passes

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Spring Creek Hatchery State Park


The 2017 Eagle Creek fire closed many trails.
Columbia Gorge Express Stop Hood River Bridge (no bikes/pedestrians) Klickitat Please check trail conditions and closures before
White Salmon
Wild & Scenic River
Wild & Scenic River leaving home: gorgefriends.org/trails

Amtrak Train Station


Catherine Creek
UNDERWOOD 141
WHITE
SALMON Balfour-Klickitat
WASHINGTON
EXIT 58 (eastbound only)

COOK Lyle
BINGEN
EXIT 63

Coyote Wall
EXIT 62

EXIT 64

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EXIT 69
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Doug’s Beach State Park

Mitchell Point Overlook


MOSIER Columbia Hills State Park
281

Mosier Plateau
WISHRAM

EXIT 97
Mark O. Hatfield East
Mayer State Park
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Mosier Twin Tunnels Rowena Crest Viewpoint Columbia Gorge Discovery Center
and Riverfront Trail
Koberg Beach State Recreation Site Tom McCall Nature Preserve Deschutes River State Recreation Area
EXIT 82 The Dalles Dam
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Mark O. Hatfield West Memaloose Overlook
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GORGE!
Sorosis Park

get READY. get SET.


Bring what you need and research road, Take steps to help protect the Gorge
Plan your route ahead of time to
trail and weather conditions. Visit so that future visitors can enjoy it, too.
avoid crowds. Go early. Go east. Waterfall Viewpoint
ReadySetGorge.com for a list of resources Visit ReadySetGorge.com for tips about
Go north. Go midweek.
to help you prepare for your adventure. how to be a steward of the Gorge. Trailhead ADA
Restrooms Historic Columbia River Highway Route (bike on road)
Picnic area Extreme congestion and limited parking available
ReadySetGorge.com Historic Highway State Trail (no motorized vehicles)
Fee required
Freeway (bike along shoulder)
Overnight camping Multi-use path