Pete our guide is very knowledgeable about the area, the history, geology and culture. We thoroughly enjoyed the natural beauty of the area, made better by his insight.
Venture east of Portland and immerse yourself in nature on this small-group tour of the Columbia River Gorge, designed for people who want to get out of the city and see one of the country’s most scenic areas. Leave the driving and logistics to your guide while you learn about the region’s natural and geological history, and see one of the tallest waterfalls in the United States.
This tour is conveniently offered in both the morning and afternoon. Start with hotel pickup or any location within a 5-mile (8-kilometer) radius of Pioneer Courthouse Square.
Enjoy a scenic drive along Highway 84, stopping at the Bonneville Lock and Dam to view the fish ladder and its most famous local resident: Herman, a 10-foot sturgeon. Continue on the Historic Columbia River Highway in search of many large and small waterfalls along the route.
At Horsetail Falls and Multnomah Falls, which is the highest continuously flowing waterfall in the country, stop and enjoy the scenery. You have time here for a short hike to Simon Benson Bridge before continuing on to Shepperds Dell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Latourell Falls, where your guide leads you on another short hike.
The final part of the tour includes a visit to Crown Point Vista House for sweeping views of the Columbia River Gorge for great photo ops before returning to your departure point.
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The tour guide Peter was wonderful. We stopped at a local fruit stand to start with after he picked up our group at the hotel. My husband was not able to do all the walking involved and Peter assisted where ever he could, he gave...More
My family of 4 has never been to Oregon before. Peter was very quick to get back to us to book the Gorge tour. His communication and details were excellent. Peter was the best tour guide I have ever had. I have been on several...More
We thought of doing the falls ourselves, however, were so glad we opted for this tour with Peter. We would have missed the history, flora & fauna of the falls. We even learned about salmon, native cucumbers, local spiders, marmots and local history of the...More