Reservation System at Multnomah Falls

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  IF YOU ARRIVE BY CAR, YOU MUST HAVE A RESERVATION TICKET TO VISIT THE FALLS.     Timed Reservation Tickets are available at Recreation.gov and reservations can be made up to two weeks prior to visiting Multnomah Falls and are … Continued

Take Public Transit to Dog Mountain Trailhead

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Portland and Gorge residents and visitors may now catch public transportation to the popular Dog Mountain hiking trail near Bingen, Washington—and get their required permit in the process. Options are available from both Portland and Hood River on the Columbia … Continued

Pack the Essentials

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Bring the 10 ESSENTIALS Anything can happen when you head out for a day hike or overnight trip. Every time you head out for an adventure, be sure to pack the 10 essentials. Appropriate footwear. Wear boots or tennis shoes. Do … Continued

Check Out These Less-Popular Wildflower Hikes

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Go East: Columbia Hills State Park Columbia Hills Historical State Park is a 3,637-acre park composed of four different sites. During the spring, there are vast fields of balsamroot flowers. It’s also close to nearby attractions, Goldendale Observatory and Maryhill … Continued