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Columbia River Gorge Hiking Adventure

Price $1300 4 Days
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Columbia River Gorge Hiking Adventure

$1300 per person

The state border between Oregon and Washington is notable for one thing: the mighty Columbia River runs through it. The towering mountains surrounding the gorge are home to surreal, mossy forests and over 100 named waterfalls and an endless supply of scenic hiking trails. We’ll explore the hidden treasures that make the Columbia River Gorge a National Scenic Area.

4 Days
18+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Your city
  • Dress Code
    Casual and Comfortable for Hiking.
  • Included
    Tours (see tour details)
  • Not Included
    International and internal flights
    Travel insurance
Day One
Day One: Dry Creek Falls. 4.4 miles 725 elevation gain. Arrive Portland International Airport for private ground transportation to the heart of the Columbia River Gorge area (90 min.) Today, you’ll start your hike by the Bridge of the Gods, an 1,858-foot-long steel-truss bridge which connects Oregon and Washington. You’ll be hiking a portion of the famed Pacific Crest Trail to a secluded amphitheater that houses the dry creek waterfall. Overnight at Cascade Motel, est. 1947 or similar. (D)
Day Two
Day Two: Wahkeena Falls to Multnomah Falls Trail. 6 miles – 1,600 ft. elevation gain.  This trail is a waterfall lover’s paradise. There are six officially named waterfalls as well as countless cascades and intermittent falls. Towards the end of the hike, you’ll be high above the grand Multnomah Falls (Oregon’s tallest), where you can see all the people below at the viewing platforms, to which we’ll make our way down to for pictures. Overnight at Cascade Motel, est. 1947 or similar.  (B, D)
Day Three
Day Three: Angels Rest Trail. This 4.8 mile out and back hike gains 1,500 feet in elevation as it climbs up to a blufftop viewpoint with incredible panoramic views of the gorge. It’s a workout with a big reward! There’s a bit of rock scrambling at the very top but if you’re not in the mood, you’ll still get incredible vistas of the Columbia River Gorge. Overnight at Cascade Motel, est. 1947 or similar. Afterwards, we’ll get cleaned up and get a taste of award-winning vintages, sun-soaked valleys and sprawling vineyards with amazing mountain views in the Hood River area. (B, D)
Day Four
Day Four: Today we cross over the Bridge of the Gods into Washington and hike the iconic 1.8 mile, out-and-back Beacon Rock. It’s 680 feet up to the top of this free- standing basalt pillar along the Columbia River’s north shore. It was named by the famed explorers Lewis and Clark who were drawn to the remarkable rock which was formed after a shallow young volcano erupted. There are a whopping 53 switchbacks over a series of catwalks and carved-out staircases all the way to the top. After lunch we transfer to Portland International Airport (90 min.) for our evening flights back home. (B)
Cost: $1,300 per person double occupancy

Singles: $300 single supplement

Cancel Policy: 100% refund up until 2 weeks before day one of trip. 85% refund from 2 weeks out until day one of trip. 50% refund once the trip starts.

  • 3 Breakfasts, 3 Dinners, Wine Tasting
  • Private Ground Transportation
  • Accommodations
Not Included:
  • flights to and from Portland Airport
  • alcoholic beverages
  • travel insurance
  • Book your private group of at least 4 people on dates of your choice. Email: Jack@ActiveWorldJourneys.com Call: 323-739-4510