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From intimate views to sweeping panoramas, lush forest and farmland to arid high desert, the Columbia River Gorge has something for everyone and these byways and backroads will help you explore the best of it — or grab a map and stick a pin in it. There are no wrong turns in the Gorge.


Drive Columbia Gorge Loop

Dramatic views of the western gorge from Crown Point and Cape Horn, and of the eastern Gorge from Highway 14. Take a side trip on the Columbia River Historic Highway between Corbett and Ainsworth Park for a look at some of the most spectacular waterfalls around, including misty and majestic Multnomah Falls. From Troutdale, follow the Columbia River Scenic Highway east to Ainsworth State Park, then continue eastbound along Interstate 84 past Hood River to The Dalles. Cross The Dalles Bridge and head west on Highway 14 through Lyle, Bingen, Stevenson, North Bonneville and Camas to Interstate 205. Cross the Columbia River on Interstate 205 (Glenn Jackson Bridge) to Interstate 84, then return east to Troutdale.

Mt. Adams Loop

Scenic, backcountry route to the foothills of Mt. Adams and the Klickitat River Canyon. From Bingen, follow Highway 141 north through White Salmon, Husum and BZ Corners to Trout Lake. Then head east on the Goldendale-Glenwood Road through Glenwood, down the Klickitat River Canyon toward Goldendale; after you’ve climbed out of the canyon, head right back into it again by traveling south on Highway 142 to Klickitat and Lyle. At Lyle, head west on Highway 14 back to Bingen.

Mt. Hood Loop

Dramatic views of Mt. Hood and the scenic Hood River valley. From Hood River, follow Highway 35 south through Mt. Hood to the junction with Highway 26, then west on Highway 26

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Broad vistas of wide open wheatfields, Deschutes River Canyon and juniper rangelands of the eastern Cascades. From The Dalles, head south on Highway 197 through Dufur, Tygh Valley and Maupin to the junction with Highway 97. Then go northeast on Highway 97 to the historic community of Shaniko, continuing north through Grass Valley and Moro to Biggs Junction and Interstate 84 for the return journey westbound to The Dalles.

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Worthwhile extensions to this loop may be made by traveling farther south on Highway 97 to the Highway 216 junction, then back north through Antelope to Shaniko. Or keep traveling south on Highway 97 to Madras, then follow Highway 26 northwest to Warm Springs and the junction with Highway 216. Follow Highway 216 east to Highway 197 near Maupin and the return journey north to The Dalles.

SHORTER ROUTES Rowena Loops

These offer spectacular driving on the eastern end of the Historic Columbia River

Highway. Start at Mosier or The Dalles for a combination of up-close and panoramic views that regularly draw car companies to film their commercials. For variety, loop back on the State Road-Sevenmile Hill route for spectacular panoramas of both the eastern and central Columbia Gorge.

itself travels through spectacular viewing for wildflowers and wildlife. At the crest of the Columbia Hills it meets up with paved roads toward Centerville and Goldendale. From Interstate 84, turn north at The Dalles Exit 85 onto Highway 197, turn right at the junction of 197 and Washington Highway 14, then take the next left.

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Hike

It’s hard to imagine any location with more hiking trails per square mile than the Gorge. From short, tree-lined strolls with family to rugged ridge treks, you’ll find something to meet all tastes.

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Dog Mountain Trail #147

Rated: Most difficult. Length: 3.1 miles with 2,800-foot elevation gain. Premier wildlife and flower hike in May through early June. Watch out for poison oak on the lower reaches, and pack a windbreaker. Access: Trailhead 13 miles east of Stevenson on Washington Highway 14. Same trailhead leads to Augsberger Trail #4407, an eight-mile route gaining 3,050 feet. Northwest Forest Pass required.

Sam Walker Trail #4402

Rated: Easy, universal access hike suitable for all seasons. Length: 1.1 miles with elevation gain of 60 feet. Views of the Columbia River and Horsetail Falls. Trailhead 10 miles west of Bonneville Dam on Washington Highway 14. Access: Turn south on Skama-

nia Landing Road and proceed one-quarter mile to parking lot on west side of the road. Northwest Forest Pass required.

Catherine Creek

Rated: Easy. Length: Several choices, including a 1.5mile paved, handicapped-accessible path on the south side of the road with waterfall viewpoint, interpretive signs, benches and a stand of old-growth white oak along the way. Unpaved, limited-access trails north of the road. Rolling, open countryside abounds with wildflowers in the early spring. Located off old highway above Washington Highway 14 between Bingen and Lyle. Access: From Bingen, turn north at Rowland Lake and follow paved highway around lake to plateau, and watch for parking area on the north side of the road.

Hamilton Mountain

Rated: Moderate to difficult. Rigorous but rewarding climb to the top

of Hamilton Mountain along Hamilton Creek with several waterfall viewpoints. Overlooks Beacon Rock in the western Columbia Gorge. Access: Take the state park access road north from Washington Highway 14 opposite Beacon Rock.

GIFFORD PINCHOT FOREST East Crater Trail #48

Length: 2.5 miles with moderate elevation gain. One of several trails in the Indian Heaven Wilderness, located west of Trout Lake in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. This passes small meadows, shallow lakes and alpine forest. Details at the Mt. Adams Ranger District in Trout Lake or visit the website at fs.fed.us/ gpnf/trails/ssc/ssc_00048.htm. Information: USDA Forest Service website, fs.fed.us/r6/columbia/trail.htm Trail-Park Pass information: (541) 386-2333 or fs.fed.us/r6/columbia/trail_park.htm

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OREGON Eagle Creek Trail #440

Length: 13.1 mile with gradual climb of 3,200 feet (most of this elevation gain is concentrated in switchbacks near the end of the trail). Dramatic trail, much of it cut in the rock bluffs above Eagle Creek. Punchbowl Falls is one common turnaround, at 2.1 miles. (This is a very popular trail, especially the first few miles. Expect to find many other hikers.) Trail is not suitable for young children or dogs because of vertical drop-offs. Access: Exit 41 eastbound from Interstate 84, or Exit 40 westbound and loop back east on the freeway to Exit 41. From Eagle Creek Fish Hatchery, follow the access road south to trailhead parking area. (Don’t leave valuables in your car.) Northwest Forest Pass required.

Wahclella Trail #436

Rated: Easy, four-season hike to Wahclella Falls. Length: Just over one mile with gentle climb of 300 feet. Access: Take Bonneville Dam exit 40 from Interstate 84; trailhead parking at intersection of off-ramp with Columbia River Scenic Highway. Northwest Forest Pass required.

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Rated: Easy. Offers stunning views of the Columbia Gorge, the mouth of the Klickitat River to the north, and a collection of spring wildflowers. Trailhead is at top of Rowena Loops. This is a relatively small area with rolling terrain and small lakes. The dirt foot paths are easy to follow and you won’t need a map. Access: Just 10 miles west of The Dalles on Columbia River Scenic Highway (Hwy. 30). You can also access from I-84; take the Rowena exit to Hwy. 30 and head west, or take the Mosier exit to Hwy. 30 and head east.

Rated: Easy. Paved flat pathway along the Columbia River, winds from the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center (through a tunnel under the railroad tracks) to downtown The Dalles and out to The Dalles Boat Basin and Riverfront Park. Also follows Chenoweth Creek, near the animal shelter, and past Taylor Lake. Watch for water fowl, ospreys, great blue herons and an occasional beaver. Access: Many different locations to get on the trail, including downtown The Dalles at the Union Street underpass, the Pocket Park at Crate’s Way in The Dalles, the Discovery Center, and the Boat Basin (Exit 84 off I-84).

Mosier Twin Tunnels

Rated: Easy to moderate. This section of the Columbia River Scenic Highway is closed to motorized vehicles; open to bicyclists and hikers. From Mosier end, it’s a fairly easy half-mile walk to the first outlook and the Twin Tunnels. Watch for the historic rock parapet railings. At the Twin Tunnels you can still see some original rock work built by Italian craftsmen. Access: Parking at either end of trail, at Mosier or at Hood River (Mark O. Hatfield trailhead). Parking pass, day or season, is required.

Herman Creek #406

Great family hike, with moderate elevation gain. Trail crosses largest old-growth forest in the Columbia River Gorge and leads 11.3 miles to Wahtum Lake. Horses allowed. Access: From Interstate 84 east, take Cascade Locks Exit 44. Drive 1.8 miles through town and under I-84 to the entrance ramp. Take a sharp right at the Oxbow Fish Hatchery sign and drive 1.6 miles to the Herman Creek Work Center.

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Camas Trail #490A

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Length: 3.1 miles. One of many hikes in the Barlow Ranger District on the Mt. Hood National Forest. This trail leads along Camas and Clear creeks, with views of the White River Canyon and Mt. Hood. Good spring or fall hike. For details, contact the Barlow Ranger Station in Dufur, or visit the Forest Service website at fs.fed.us/r6/mthood/dayhikes. htm.

Umbrella Falls #667

Length: 2 miles. One of many hikes on the Hood River Ranger District, Mt. Hood National Forest. This is a forested route to Umbrella Falls viewpoint, connecting with Sahalie Falls Trail #667C. Details at Hood River Ranger District in Mt. Hood south of Hood River, or visit the website at fs.fed.us/r6/mthood/dayhikes. htm.

Historic Highway State Trail

A new waterfall stretch awaits hikers and bikers at Starvation Creek, part of the Columbia River Historic Highway State Trail, a years-long project to build a paved path from Troutdale to The Dalles. A 1.2-mile route from Starvation Creek to Lindsey Creek, dedicated last fall, is ADA accessible and offers views of Starvation Creek Falls, Cabin Creek Falls, and Holein-the-Wall Falls. Adventures can access the trail from Exit 55 on Interstate 84. A new extension — 3.2 miles running from Lindsey Creek to Wyeth — is in the works, with construction beginning in late spring and wrapping up this fall.

at the half-mile South Side Indian Creek brings a forest vibe inside Hood River’s city limits. Ferns and leafy greenery line the trail’s planked walkways. The original trail, which has been pieced together of the years, includes: • East Indian Creek Trail, which stretches from Third Street and Hazel Avenue to 12th Street (now expanded by the Southside Connector). You can get to this section from downtown by taking the Second Street stairs, at State Street, and watching for the green Indian Creek trail signposts. • A middle piece: trail head starts at the entrance of the Columbia Gorge Community College and continues to where it meets private property; access takes walkers to the Avalon neighborhood, along a busy stretch of Indian Creek Road. Go south to Arrowhead Drive, turn west 100 or so yards to where the trail picks up next to the 14th hole of Indian Creek GC, and turns into West Indian Creek Trail. • West Indian Creek Trail: Two trailheads next to Hood River Valley High School, one next to the ball fields and one west of the school parking lot, connecting to the Arrowhead access.

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Waterfalls They make great places for a picnic, and best of all, quite often they’re just a short walk from your car. They’re the waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge, and they deserve a place on your family’s vacation calendar. Vertical basalt walls along the Gorge are graced with the greatest concentration of waterfalls in North America, particularly along the Oregon side of the western Gorge. It’s a matter of geology, not coincidence.

The ancestral Columbia Gorge was a V-shaped river valley, but beginning around 15,000 years ago (at the end of the latest ice age) a series of tremendous floods swept westward from a glacial lake near the present-day border of Idaho and Montana. These “Bretz” floods, named after one of the geologists who discovered their traces, ripped the topsoil from eastern Washington and carved away at the valley walls of the Columbia Gorge, leaving steep ramparts and tributaries abruptly hanging in midair. The flood cycles lasted for thousands of years. Many more thousands of years have passed since the last flood, and each winter brought another freeze-thaw cycle, sculpting away the rock behind those waterfalls. As a result, several waterfalls now plunge into semi-circular amphitheaters; others fall out into midair, to be wafted away on the wind. Most waterfalls are limited to the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge because landslides modify the steepness on the Washington side. The entire region’s bedrock material is tilted slightly southward. When it’s saturated by water, the upper basaltic layers on the north side of the river slide into the gorge. 14

The greatest number of waterfalls is accessible from a portion of the old Columbia River Highway (Hwy. 30), which can be reached from Interstate 84. If you’re coming from Portland, take Exit 17 at Troutdale, Exit 18 from Lewis & Clark State Park, Exit 22 from Corbett, Exit 28 from Bridal Veil, or if you’re coming from the east, take the Dodson, Bridal Veil or Corbett exits. Some waterfall views require a short hike.

Highway; it’s also visible through a corridor cut through vegetation to Interstate 84, 2½ miles east of Multnomah Falls.

Triple Falls

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Access: 1.7-mile hike. Not a series of falls, but rather three parallel chutes ranging from 100 to 135 feet tall. The viewpoint is located on Oneonta Trail #424, 1.7 miles from the trailhead, which is just under a mile from Horsetail Falls Trailhead #438. Both are located on the Columbia River Scenic Highway east of Multnomah Falls.

Multnomah Falls

Metlako Falls

Access: car or hike. After Yosemite Falls, this is the tallest falls in North America. Two million visitors a year flock to see this 620-foot plunge, fed by underground springs from Larch Mountain. Its highest flow is during winter and spring. Five flows of Yakima basalt are visible in the fall’s cliff face. You can view the falls from your car, or take a network of trails up the falls. There’s also fine dining at Multnomah Falls Lodge (built in 1925 and on the National Register of Historic Places) and information at Multnomah Falls Visitor Center. Access: From I-84, take exit 31 to the freeway parking lot. For handicapped accessibility, take the old Columbia River Scenic Highway (Hwy 30).

Horsetail Falls

Access: car or hike. This 176-foot waterfall plunges into a pool right beside the Columbia River Scenic

Access: 1½-mile hike. To see this 150-foot plunge falls, hike 1½ miles from the trailhead of Eagle Creek Trail #440 at Eagle Creek Park. It was named in 1915 after the legendary Indian goddess of salmon. Reach Eagle Creek Trail by taking Exit 41 eastbound, or Exit 40 westbound and loop back east on the freeway to Exit 41. From Eagle Creek Fish Hatchery, follow the access road south to the trailhead parking area. (A word of caution, though: this is a very precipitous hike, and is not advised for young children or off-leash dogs.)

Punchbowl Falls

Access: 2.1-mile hike. Frequently pictured on Columbia Gorge photographic calendars, Punchbowl is located on Eagle Creek Trail #440 2.1 miles south of the trailhead. (This is .06 miles past Metlako Falls; use same freeway directions.) There’s an access trail leading off the main trail to the base of Punchbowl Falls, which plunges spectacularly 10 to 15 feet into a basin.

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Wahclella Falls

Access: Half-mile hike. This tiered, thunderous waterfall is in the Tanner Creek area. Upper drop is 15 to 25 feet, with the lower falls about 50 to 70 feet. Take Exit 40 (Bonneville Dam) and proceed south several hundred yards to Tanner Creek Trail parking area. Hike a half mile to trail’s end at the falls. East Fork Falls can also be seen streaming above the descent from a vantage on the west side of Tanner Creek.

Wah-kee-na Falls

Access: car. This is a 242-foot tiered waterfall (the Yakama name translates as “most beautiful”) and located half a mile west of Multnomah Falls on the Historic Columbia River Scenic Highway. A picnic area is nearby.

Fairy Falls

Access: 1.1-mile hike. This ‘fan’ falls is just 20-30 feet high, located along Wah-kee-na Creek, 1.1 miles up from the trailhead of Wah-kee-na Trail #420. Access trailhead at Wah-kee-na Falls, a half mile west of Multnomah Falls on Historic Columbia River Scenic Highway.

Bridal Veil Falls

Gorge Hotel in Hood River. This falls flows from Phelps Creek dropping into the Columbia River. The name comes from ative American dialect meaning “rushing and tumbling waters.”

Car or short hike. Bridal Veil Creek abruptly drops twice in a tiered waterfall. The upper falls is between 60 and 100 feet tall, the lower from 40 to 60 feet in height. Parking is a mile west of Exit 28 off Interstate 84. A short trail winds down to the base of the lower tier. Along the path, look across the Columbia River for seasonal views of falls on the Washington side of the river. The nearby community of Bridal Veil maintains its post office, a popular place to get a postmark for your wedding announcements.

Sheppard’s Dell

WASHINGTON Dog Creek Falls

Access: 1.25-mile hike. Located off Washington Highway 14 east of Wind Mountain.

Hardy Falls

Access: Car or short hike. Tiered waterfall two miles west of Interstate 84’s Exit 28 on the Historic Columbia River Scenic Highway. Short, paved trail leads to the top of the falls. Lower falls is a horsetail formation (40 to 60 feet drop); upper falls (35-50 feet) is a plunge formation.

Access: 1.25-mile hike. A horsetail waterfall, about 100 feet high, located in Beacon Rock State Park west of Stevenson. Turn off Washington Highway 14 to the park access road, drive to the picnic area and trailhead to Hamilton Mountain. Follow the trail 1.25 miles to reach two short spur paths; upper path to right leads to viewpoint overlooking the drop along Hardy Creek.

Wah Gwin Gwin Falls

Access: Car/short walk. One of the Gorge’s four highest waterfalls, at 208 feet, is located behind the Columbia

Dry Creek Falls

Access: 5.2 miles out and back Along a section of the Pacific Crest Trail from Cascade Locks.

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Latourell Falls

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Shoreline Trail, Hood River

Length: 2.5 miles, flat asphalt and concrete surfaces, including three new sections completed in 2015 and 2016. Shoreline Trail runs from Hood River Best Western Inn’s east training beach to The Hook recreation area at the far west of the Hood River waterfront, on land owned by both the city and the port. Public restrooms are located at the Waterfront Park, Event Site, and Marina. The City of Hood River built the newest section in March 2016, linking the existing Shoreline Trail to the water sports access ramps on the Hook. Shoreline Trail connects The Hook, Waterfront Park, Event Site, the new Nichols Basin trail (2015) and adjoining Hampton Inn trail section (2016, in front of the hotel but on city land and open to the public) to the Hood River footbridge (aka Rotary Sailpark), History Museum of Hood River County, Port of Hood River marina, and Best Western/ Hood River Marketplace commercial area. Note: just east of the marina, the trail goes under Hood River Interstate Bridge, where it begins its eastern-most section; there, it goes in front of the hotel but is open to the public. Second Note: at the footbridge, walkers have the option of taking the trail under the freeway and looping west along the slough natural area and back to downtown Hood River.

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Move Summer, fall, winter and spring, the Columbia Gorge is a playground waiting for players: get out on the water, stroll the fairways, or take to the slopes for world-class active fun.


Move WINDSPORTS

During the warm summer months, the place to be is the Columbia River, whether you’re interested in windsurfing, kiteboarding, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) or other water sports. Thanks to both public and private entities, there are many different points of access to the Gorge’s waterway. The Columbia Gorge Windsurfing Association (CGWA) has compiled an exhaustive list of various Gorge beaches. We’ve listed some of the more popular areas below, but for a complete list, go to the CGWA website at gorgewindsurfing.org.

OREGON The Hook

Located on the west side of the Hood River Waterfront, the Hook is a recently revamped launch site for windsurfers, although it is extremely popular with kayakers, canoers, and SUPers. Nearby Wells Island provides a wind

shadow that makes this an ideal area for beginners.

The Event Site

Located on the east side of the Hood River Waterfront, the Event Site is the busiest location for water sports in the Gorge the grassy lawn and subsequent beach will often be filled with people engaging in a variety of activities; kiteboarders launch throughout the summer from the adjacent sandbar that formed due to a debris flow from a flood a decade ago.

Swell City/The Hatchery

As the name suggests, an area that seems some big swells on classic west wind days. Both are popular windsurfing launch sites for more experienced sailors. The hatchery is next to the Spring Creek National Fish

GOLF OREGON Hood River Golf & Country Club

850 Country Club Rd., Hood River. 18-hole, par-71. 541-386-3009, hoodrivergolf.net

Indian Creek Golf Course

Mayer State Park

While people have been known to windsurf here (a picture on the park website shows a stack of sails and boards at the park), Mayer State Park’s sheltered cove provides better opportunities for swimming, boat launching, and SUPing.

Rufus

This small community is located on the far east end of the Gorge at exit Interstate 84 at Exit 109. A mixture between intermediate and advanced, Rufus is touted to have (some of the biggest swells in the Gorge), and is used by both windsurfers and kiteboarders. Also features a

Condon Municipal Golf Course North Lincoln St., Condon. Located 38 miles south of I-84, at the junction of Hwys. 19 and 206. 541-384-2711; cityofcondon.com

Kah-Nee-Ta Golf Course

18-hole. 541-553-4971, kahneeta.com

The Dalles Country Club

4550 Hwy 30 W, The Dalles, 9-hole, (additional tee boxes offers 18-hole, par-72 round), private, 541-296-5252.

3605 Brookside Drive, Hood River. 18-holes; 6,150 yards. 541-386-7770, indiancreekgolf.com

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China Creek Golf Course

Beacon Rock Golf Course

1700 Railroad Ave., Hwy. 19 South, 9-hole, Arlington, 541-454-2000.

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Hatchery, and both locations are on the Washington side of the river near milepost 56 of State Route 14.

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Arlington

Another small community located on the Oregon side of the east end of the Gorge (Exit 137 off I-84), the launch site at Arlington was recently improved by the CGWA and offers advanced territory for both windsurfers and kiteboarders. Also features a boat launch.

WASHINGTON Doug’s Beach

Located just east of Lyle, directly off SR 14 at MP 74, and managed by Washington State Parks. This windsurfing site is also considered to be a prime location for expert sailors, especially when areas near Hood River and White Salmon are busy.

Skamania Lodge Golf Course

1131 SW Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, 18-hole, par-70, 800-293-0418, skamania.com

Husum Hills Golf Course

820 Hwy 141, White Salmon, 9-hole, restaurant, 509-493-1211.

Elk Ridge Golf Course at Carson Hot Springs

1 St. Martin Road, Carson, 18-hole, 888-710-0969, elkridgegolfcourse.com

Goldendale Golf Course Milepost 37 on Hwy 14, North Bonneville, 9-hole additional set of tees available for 18 holes, 509-427-5730.

1901 N. Columbus Ave., Goldendale. 9-hole, 509-773-4705, goldendalegolf.com

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SNOW SPORTS Timberline Lodge

Classic Pacific Northwest lodge nestled midway to the summit of Mt. Hood above Government Camp off Oregon Highway 26. National Historic Landmark constructed in 1937, with adjacent day lodge, multiple chairlifts and 3,590 vertical feet of winter terrain from the top of Palmer to the bottom of Victoria Station. 503-272-3311 or timberlinelodge.com.

and the first on Mt. Hood, established in 1927. Skiing, family tubing, cross-country and more. Located at the east end of Government Camp on Oregon Highway 26. 503-272-0256 or summitskiarea.com.

Routes such as the Hard Time Loop and Scenic Loop are accessed from the Wind River Highway. Call the Skamania County Chamber for details, at 509-427-8911 or (800) 989-9178

Mt. Hood Ski Bowl

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Chairlifts and surface tows in the winter; dual alpine slide, miniature golf, mountain bike park and more in the summer, 87000 East Highway 26 at Goverment Camp. 503272-3206, 503-222-BOWL or skibowl.com.

Other cross-country

Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort

Largest night ski area in the United States, also with day skiing, cross-country and snowboarding, multiple chairlifts. Located off Oregon Highway 35 east of the Highway 26 junction. Plenty of summer hiking, too. Portland snow-phone: 503-227-SNOW. Hood River snow-phone: 541-386-SKIS. skihood.com.

Cooper Spur Ski Area

Family-oriented resort on the north side of Mt. Hood overlooking the Hood River valley. 541-352-6692 or cooperspur.com.

Summit Ski Area

Oldest ski area in the Pacific Northwest,

All the major resorts around Mt. Hood offer cross-country opportunities, as do other areas. Try exploring Trillium Lake, two miles east of Government Camp, and White River, east of the Highway 26 and Highway 35 junction. In contrast to the developed slopes of Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams in south-central Washington State offers a wilderness experience, both for skiers and climbers. There’s plenty of backcountry for cross-country and snow-shoeing, with access via the communities of Trout Lake and Glenwood in Klickitat County. The Mt. Adams Ranger Station is based in Trout Lake; call 509-395-3400. Finally, a network of cross-country ski trails — plus snowmobiling — is open on the Wind River Ranger District in Skamania County.

HOOD RIVER Family Man Mt. Bike Area

The Family Man area is accessible from Riordan Hill Road, which is off of Country Club Road. It is about a mile beyond where Riordan turns to gravel. Family Man has some of the best mountian biking trails in the Northwest; all challenging enough for endless hours of fun, but safe enough for off-road rookies. See BIKING page 44.

CASCADE LOCKS Cascade Locks EasyCLIMB Trail

Fun for the whole family, the EasyCLIMB Trail has several hours worth of trail to ride as you explore a restored section of the Columbia River Highway. This gentle path is perfect for bicycles or a leisurely afternoon walk. Don’t forget your camera!

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PARKS HOOD RIVER

Also known as the Skateboard Park — is at 20th and Wasco streets. Skateboard structures, a BMX bicycle course and restrooms are all available.

The Children’s Park

Morrison Park

Heading east on Interstate 84, take exit 63 and take Oak or Cascade to Ninth Street and head uphill; the play park is at the intersection of Ninth and Eugene.

The Hood River Aquatic Center

Located on 17th Street and May Avenue, the Hood River Aquatic Center features year-round fun for everyone! Includes: Open swim, therapy pool and wading pool. 1601 May St, Hood River, OR 97031. (541) 386-1303, hoodriverparksandrec.org/ aquatic_overview.asp

Culbertson Park

Located in the Pacific Heights subdivision (west off Pacific) has play structures, basketball hoops and picnic benches, as well as paved paths and green space.

Jackson Park

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Rotary Park

A disk golf course wends through the woods – have fun but watch for poison oak.

Wilson Park

At Second and May Streets, is a neighborhood park with picnic tables and and open lawn and playground structures.

Waterfront Park

On the Columbia River and accessed via Portway Avenue between Second and Eighth streets, is Hood River’s newest park. Waterfront access and walkways, restrooms, playground, and a picnic shelter have been completed, with additional parking added last year and addition of more children’s amenities, plantings, and new amphitheater in summer 2014. Limited windsport equipment rental available on-site or check local sporting good stores.

THE DALLES Sorosis Park & Tree Top Play Park

300 East Scenic Drive. Park offers: group shelter (electricity available, water available, working fireplace) group picnic area (barbecue pit available, electricity available with permit), picnic tables, play equipment, softball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts (2), volleyball court (sand), horse shoe pits, walking paths (8/10 of a mile), 18-hole disc golf course, exercise equipment and a memorial rose garden and veterans’ memorial.

Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park Rd, off I-84 Exit 85. Opens Memorial Day Weekend and is open through November 1 each year. Park offers: kayak and bike rentals, concessions , restrooms, picnic tables, group picnic shelter (45- ft. diameter, 3 tables for small groups), play equipment, roller hockey rink, walking paths and river access.

City Park

707 Union Street, (5th and Union). Park offers: restrooms, picnic tables, play equipment, stage for entertainment (electricity available). It is the location of The Dalles Farmers’ Market.

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Odell Community Park

Dufur City Park

Take Highway 197 south from The Dalles south 13 miles to the first Dufur exit, follow the main road into Dufur and watch for City Park, home of the Dufur Play Park, picnic area, ball fields, and the city swimming pool.

CASCADE LOCKS Marine Park

Off WaNaPa, is a great place to watch the river and admire the scenery, and even adults will feel the pull of the extensive playground structure, designed as homage to the sternwheeler vessels that are so important to local history (and still operate today).

is the Parkdale Community Center, with a playground geared for younger children.

Located off Midway Road in Odell, is a neighborhood park boasting green space, playground equipment, exercise stations, a covered basketball court, picnic tables and a paved skateboard/bicycle trail.

Mt. Hood Towne Hall

Highway 35: the facility is used for many community groups for events and classes, and is home to New Visions School. Students in 2012 created a mural on the back of the adjacent Mt. Hood fire hall building; the playground is under reconstruction in spring and early summer 2014, but the lawn is unaffected.

Wy’east Fitness Park

3000 Wy’east Road in Odell (Wy’east Middle School), on the west edge of the school grounds, is a new park containing fitness equipment fun. It is located adjacent to the Wy’east track, suitable for walking; on the other side of the historic Wy’east stadium is a popular soccer field. Hard to miss on both sides of the stadium are large substance abuse prevention murals created in 2013 by students and community volunteers.

Toll Bridge Park

7360 Toll Bridge Road south of Mt. Hood (two miles from Parkdale) has playground equipment, horseshoe pits, a covered picnic area, and plenty of picnic tables and green space.

MT. HOOD-PARKDALE Parkdale Elementary

ODELL Mid Valley Elementary

3686 Davis Drive in Odell, has a variety of playground equipment, ball fields, and open space.

PINE GROVE

4880 Van Nuys Drive, Parkdale, has ball fields, playground equipment and lots of open space. Baseline and Clear Creek roads, Parkdale: Railway park has an open lawn and pavilion for picnics, and across the street

Pine Grove School

Van Horn Drive, Pine Grove: playground equipment and a large open field are available for use.

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Ten thousand years before explorers, missionaries and settlers ventured across the continent, a thriving people gathered in the Columbia Gorge to fish, trade and celebrate. Rich stories of past and present are honored in the region’s museums and interpretive centers.

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Learn OREGON

HOOD RIVER History Museum of Hood River County

With a wide-ranging collection of 12,000 artifacts, it is a fun place to learn about people living in the Hood River valley and Columbia Gorge. “From their hands” celebrating local handicrafts runs through October. The second annual exhibit of Alva Day photographs returns in November. Port Marina Park in Hood River. Hours: Open May through September, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Sunday. (541) 386-6772, co.hood-river.or.us and click on the “museum” link.

Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum 1600 Air Museum Road, Hood River, OR. (541) 308-1600. WAAAM has the largest known collection of flying three cylinder radial engine aircraft in the world. One of the museum’s jewels is their 1917 Curtiss JN4D Jenny, serial No. 001. The museum also features a wide range of cars. WAAAM is a living museum dedicated to the preservation and operation of antique aircraft and automobiles through education, displays and participating in events nationwide. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, closed Thanksgiving, Christmas day and New Year’s, 1600 Air Museum Road, Hood River. Adults $14, Seniors/veterans $12, Kids (5-18) $6. For details, call (541) 308-1600 or look online at waaamuseum.org.

Hood River Distillers Museum

HR Distillers tasting room,, 301 Oak St., includes is an artifact-laden interpretive display case and a looping video -- inside an old bank vault -- telling the company history since founding in 1934; noon to 6 p.m. daily.

PARKDALE Hutson Museum

Adjoins Mt. Hood Railroad stop in Parkdale, Hood River County. Eclectic collection features Native American arrowheads, taxidermy, rocks and minerals, and local memorabilia. Open with the train arrivals, 11:30-1 p.m. For details, call (541) 352-6808.

CASCADE LOCKS Cascade Locks Historical Museum

at 417 Portage Road within the Marine Park in Cascade Locks. Open daily, May through September, from noon to 5 p.m. Hours are noon to 5pm every day, closed Mondays (except holidays). The Museum’s newest

exhibit features the Pacific Crest Trail. (541) 374-8535.

THE DALLES Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Wasco County Historical Museum

This is the official interpretive center for the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, located on Crate’s Point, just west of The Dalles off Old Highway 30. The Discovery Center focuses on natural history and human cultures of the scenic area, with hands-on exhibits, films and recordings on subjects including Lewis & Clark, native flora and fauna, the Ice Age and more. The Wasco County Historical Museum features collections that illuminate both Native American history and pioneer development. Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (541) 296-8600, or check the website at gorgediscovery.org. Birds of prey show is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Interstate 84 at exit 82, then follow signs 1.5 miles west.

Martin’s Gorge Tours

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Fort Dalles Museum

The oldest historical museum in Oregon, this museum was established just after the turn of the 20th century, preserving the legacy of this regionally strategic military base. Fort Dalles (originally Camp Drum) was established in 1850, serving as a base of operations for US Army troops. The ornate, wooden Surgeon’s Quarters is one of the fort’s last two surviving buildings, and houses a variety of tools, weapons, photos and other memorabilia from the 19th century. There’s an impressive collection of antique vehicles and wagons. Visitors are also able to tour the Anderson house, a hand-hewn wooden homestead crafted by Swedish immigrants in Wasco County. There’s also a barn and granary. Fort Dalles Museum is located at W. 15th and Garrison streets in The Dalles. Admission $4 for adults, $1 for ages 7-17, free for children 6 and younger. Hours: Beginning in March, museum is open Fri.-Sun. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Labor Day weekend. (541) 296-4547.

Original Wasco County Courthouse

This wood-frame, two-story building in The Dalles once was the seat of government for the largest county in the United States, when Wasco County extended all the way to Montana. The old courthouse, constructed in 1858, was nearly destroyed at least twice and was relocated on several occasions, but today it enjoys a permanent home, preserving a unique heritage as one of the oldest courthouse buildings west of the Mississippi River. Open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, June through August, other times by

appointment. Directions: Interstate 84 to The Dalles, then take the City Center exit toward downtown. Turn south just past the chamber, then left on West Second Place. 410 West Second Place. (541) 296-4798.

Rorick House

The oldest home in The Dalles was built by an officer stationed at Fort Dalles in 1850, and operates today as a historical museum with period furnishings and implements. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, Saturdays and Sundays, from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m. It’s located at 300 West 13th St., The Dalles. (541) 296-1867.

St. Peter’s Landmark

Former Catholic Church in The Dalles, preserved as an historical museum. Completed in 1898, the building features Carrera Italian marble, Kilgen pipe organ made of tigerwood, 40-foot stamped metal ceilings, and a 176-foot steeple topped by a six-foot weathervane rooster crafted by Frank S. Gunning. Its stained glass windows were created by the Povey Brothers of Portland, and many of these windows

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memorialize pioneer families. A wooden Madonna inside the museum was carved from the keel of a sailing ship that sank off the San Francisco coast in the 1850s. Third & Lincoln, The Dalles. Hours: 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays. (541) 296-5686.

THE DALLES SCHOOL DISTRICT HISTORICAL ARCHIVES MUSEUM Contains memorabilia from both Dist. 12 (1854-2004) and Dist. 9 (1964-2004) before the merger and up to present day as District 21. Displays include yearbooks, photo albums, trophies, sport uniforms, Booster Girl and other club records. Elementary, junior high-middle schools, and high schools are represented. The museum is open every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., May through Sept. or by arrangement with Rymmel Lovell, (541) 296-6546, tlovell@ netcnct.net. Museum location: 3601 West 10th St., former Wahtonka H.S. entrance nearest athletic fields.

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DUFUR Dufur Historical Museum

Located in the historic Schreiber Log Cabin on Main Street, featuring pioneer living history exhibits, weaving, old photos, farm implements and more. Museum open for the summer starting in June, Thursdays through Mondays. Call for hours: (541) 4672205. (Dufur also hosts the annual Threshing Bee, featuring working steam-powered and horse-drawn antique farm machinery, usually held second weekend of August.)

WAMIC Smock Prairie Schoolhouse

Wamic’s one-room schoolhouse and museum located in Wamic, on the old Barlow Trail. From The Dalles, drive south to Tygh Valley, then west to Wamic.

SHANIKO Sage Museum

Classic auto and wagon collection located in the historic city of Shaniko, in southern Wasco County. The museum also has a display of historic photos showing the

boom years of Shaniko, at one time the largest wool shipping capital in the world. The auto and wagon collection is open May-Sept. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the rest of the museum is open all day every day year round. Shaniko itself has a mural tour and many historic buildings, including a restored and recently-renovated hotel, the city hall and jail, schoolhouse, wooden water tower, and surviving portions of the original business district, including old boardwalks. Shaniko is located 57 miles south of Biggs Junction on Highway 97, a few miles north of its junction with Highway 197.

MORO Sherman County Historical Museum

A window into Oregon’s heartland, the museum comprises 14,280 square feet and more than 15,000 artifacts used in Native American families, Oregon Trail migration, rural households, churches, schools, businesses, livestock production, dryland wheat farming and conservation, military units and patriotic efforts. Exhibits of interest include photographs of Joseph and Jane Sherar, Sherar’s Falls and Bridge;

photographs of World War II Training Camp, Camp Rufus; monthly Sherman County artists series From Interstate 84, take Highway 97 south from Biggs Junction to Moro. Watch for directional signs from Highway 97. Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., May through October. (541) 565-3232, or visit the website, shermanmuseum.org.

CONDON Gilliam County Historical Museum

Highway 19 North in Condon, adjacent to Burns Park and the fairgrounds. Open Wednesdays through Sundays, 1 to 5 p.m., May 1 through Oct. 31, and holidays that fall on Monday or Tuesday. Details, (541) 384-4233.

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FOR KIDS HOOD RIVER Our Children’s Place

Located at 1110 12th St., Suite B, indoor-outdoor play space hours are Monday through Friday, 2-5:30 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition to the Play Space, they also offer a creative care program for ages 12 months and older. (541) 386-1975.

THE DALLES Lodge off Washington Highway 14. The interpretive center features a Creation Theatre, 37-foot replica of a 19th century fishwheel, restored Corliss steam engine, exhibit on Native American dip-netting, Columbia River navigation exhibit from 19th Century sternwheelers through modern barges, the world’s largest Rosary collection, and information on the water route taken by the Lewis and Clark expedition. From Interstate 84, take the bridge at Cascade Locks over the Columbia River to Washington Highway 14, then head east toward Stevenson. Look for the access road to Skamania Lodge and the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center on the north side of the road. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except for New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. (800) 991-2338, columbiagorge.org.

MARYHILL Maryhill Museum

Set on a stunning 5,300-acre site overlooking the Columbia River, Maryhill Museum of Art is home to early 20th century American and European works, including more than 80 pieces by Rodin, an extensive Native American collection, particularly Columbia Plateau tribes, and much more. Hands-on children’s space, sculpture garden, café and museum shop make for a well-rounded experience. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 15 through Nov. 15. From Interstate 84: Biggs Junction exit, then north on Hwy. 97 to Washington Hwy. 14, and west three miles. For updated events and admission prices, call (509) 773-3733 or see the website at maryhillmuseum.org. 30

BINGEN Gorge Heritage Museum

Pioneer history and Native American prehistory of the western Columbia Gorge. Photo displays, post office display, military items. The museum, established in 1984, is located at 202 East Humboldt, Bingen. May through September. Call for hours. (509) 493-3228.

GOLDENDALE Klickitat County Museum

Presby Mansion in Goldendale features farm equipment, pioneer furnishings, tools and artifacts, in a classic Victorian home. The museum is located at 127 W. Broadway (Washington Highway 142), just north of downtown Goldendale. Admission $5 for 13 and older, ages 6-12 $1, children 5 and younger free. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, May 1 through Oct. 15. Off-season by appointment. (509) 773-4303. presbymuseum.com.

Goldendale Observatory

A unique facility that caters to the general public with programs designed to educate the novice as well as the experienced star gazer. April-September, grounds are open 1 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and programs begin at 3, 6 and 8 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Interpretive personnel only present 1-11pm. The facility is run by the Washington State Parks Department at 1602 Observatory Dr., Goldendale, WA 98620, (509) 773-3141. A Washington State Park Discover Pass, $10 a day or $30 a season, is required to gain access to the grounds. goldendaleobservatory.com.

Wonderworks Childrens Museum

The playspace and museum, located at its new home at 206 Madison St., is open Wed.-Fri. 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sat. 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Annual family membership is $60 or a daily visit is $5 for the first child and $2 for additional. Exhibits are for ages 0-12. See wonderworkschildrensmuseum. org or 541-980-5922.

ARTS & BOOKS HOOD RIVER Columbia Center for the Arts

From art films, to actual art, plays, classes and much more, Hood River’s cultural hub has something to offer just about everyone. 215 Cascade Avenue. 541-387-8877. columbiaarts.org.

THE DALLES Klindt’s Books

Arguably Oregon’s oldest book store, Klindt’s Booksellers has plenty of entertainment for a rainy day. Established in 1870, the creaking wood floors and oak casework are a reminder of an earlier time, and worth seeing in their own right. klindtsbooks.com.

The Dalles Art Center

Find a new interest among the local artists represented here, and take note of the lovely old Carnegie Library that houses it at Fourth and Union streets. the dallesartcenter.org.

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Nichols Art Glass

The Dalles artist Andy Nichols has a storefront on West Sixth Street where he not only sells but creates. “Great guy, great art and so close.” Call ahead for information, 541-296-2143.

Art of Community

The Dalles-Wasco County Library is famous for the bear sculpture by Friend artist Jeff Stewart and inside find plenty of activities, particularly for kids. ci.the-dalles.or.us/library.htm.

More than 20 large outdoor sculptures make up Hood River’s Art of Community, aka “Big Art”: downtown, along the waterfront, and on the Heights. Sculptures are sponsored by local businesses as well as some by the city and port of Hood River. New sculptures in 2017 include an elaborate work in tribute to Celilo Falls by Warm Springs artist Foster Kalama, via Oregon Arts Commission Diversity Grant. It located next to waterfront Event Site. The updated on-line and print maps are available around Memorial Day (art-ofcommunity.com)

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The Remains Gallery

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Laughing Tara Living Arts

(formerly Glassometry), on Lower Neal Creek Road, near Cardinal Glass, provides classes, workshops and retreats space, now housing a spacious classroom and movement space, art gallery and intimate sanctuary. Laurel Marie Hagner continues to create her glass-based art and teach; details at 541-354-3015 and glassometry.com

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500 Industrial Way, Hood River (below Full Sail Brewery), features an electi c selection of art by owners Nic Vik and Nate Chavez, and visiting artists from the Gorge, Portland and beyond. Remains can be described as semi-subterranean: it is located in the ground level of Union Building, overlooking the Union Pacific tracks.

Waucoma Bookstore

on Oak Street near Fourth Street provides books and maps, along with fiction, non-fiction, and a large section devoted to culinary and fermentology arts, and adult’s and children’s gifts and a large selection of cards.

Artifacts

(Good Books, Bad Art) in Hood River on Columbia in Mall 202 near Second Street, is an emporium of used and new books of all stripes, and a large selection of cards, bumper stickers, shirts, posters, and novelty items, along with walls full of “bad art” for sale.

CASCADE LOCKS Lorang Studios

The art of Brad and Debra Lorang of Cascade Locks is now on view at a new location, 400 Forest Lane, by appointment only, 971-344-4562. (At press time, the former space on WaNaPa Avenue is transitioning to an undetermined use.)

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Hood River E.T.C. Every Thread Counts

We carry a large selection of quilting fabrics, notions, patterns & books. We offer classes and custom services. 514 State Street • Hood River 541-386-5044 • ETCQuiltshop.com everythreadcounts@gmail.com Tues-Sat 10-5

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Mt. Adams

Discover, explore, and experience the Washington wild side of the Columbia River Gorge, where our friendly small towns are welcoming portals to incredible scenic beauty and personal adventures. Whitewater, wind sports, hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, winter sports, artisanal wines and beers, simple and exquisite dining, exciting events, healthy local economies, thriving businesses, intelligent and involved citizens, carefully protected environments, total relaxation, refreshment, and satisfaction… you’ll discover it all here in abundance. Mt Adams Chamber Visitors Guide 2017 V2:Layout 1

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White Salmon TARWATER TAVERN tarwatertavern.com 130 E Jewett Blvd • White Salmon

Serving up paninis, soups, sandwiches and your favorite ice cream treats!

Longtime Portland bartender-owner, Chris Joseph (Berbati’s Pan, Blue Monk, Morrison Hotel) brings his love of booze and Red Sox to White Salmon. Stop in to try some of the finest handmade cocktails, beer, wine, cider, & kombucha, the Gorge has to offer. We have two outside seating areas. Visit our website. 111 W. Jewett Blvd. White Salmon, WA 509-493-2121 LIKE US ON

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Camp Tell ghost stories on the bank of a lake where boat motors will never be heard, fall asleep to the rush of rivers glacial and historic, or fix your morning coffee in the utter stillness of a forest. It’s these kind of experiences that exemplify overnights in the outdoors of the Gorge .

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If camping is your kind of fun, here are some key areas to keep in mind. For the latest conditions at Forest Service recreation sites, visit www.fs.usda.gov/ crgnsa or call 541-308-1700. To reserve a campsite at Forest Service campgrounds, visit www.recreation.gov. Buy a pass for National Scenic Area day use fee sites online at www. yourpassnow.com.

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Camp WASHINGTON BROOKS MEMORIAL STATE PARK Total of 700 acres 12 miles north of Goldendale on Highway 97, 40 picnic areas, two kitchen shelters, 23 trailer sites, two comfort stations, a residence, trailer dump, group camp and three miles of hiking trails.

HOME VALLEY COUNTY PARK

Coves for swimming and sailboarding, plus boat ramp and picnic area, tour boat dock. (509) 427-5484. portofskamania.org

Tent camps, free beach access, camping, swimming and beginner boardsailing, baseball field, horseshoes, playground, picnic area. No hook-ups. Milepost 53 on Washington Highway 14.

BIG CEDARS PARK Skamania County park two miles north of Willard, with unique stand of old-growth cedar; also picnic area, children’s play area, natural creek wading holes, campground and restroom.

MARYHILL STATE PARK

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Nearly 100 acres fronting the Columbia River on Highway 97, Maryhill State Park offers 50 campsites with hookups, 20 standard campsites, a group camp, 50 picnic sites, three comfort stations, two kitchen shelters, a trailer dump, boat launch, unguarded swimming beach, bathhouse, two residences, and boardsailing. On the Washington side of the Sam Hill Memorial Bridge, across from Biggs Junction.

Milepost 8 on Upper Washougal River Road. Programmed for handicapped users, but also available to groups upon request. (360) 837-3168 or campwariki.com.

COLUMBIA HILLS STATE PARK More than 300 acres fronting an enclosed bay of the Columbia River, 12 campsites, 35 picnic shelters, a comfort station, boat launches, trailer dump and hiking trails. From The Dalles, head north on Highway 197, then east 2 miles on Washington Highway 14.

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RIVERFRONT PARK, STEVENSON

BEACON ROCK STATE PARK Nearly 4,500 acres with 9,500 feet of Columbia River frontage, 35 miles east of Vancouver on Washington Highway 14. There are 33 campsites, seven picnic shelters, five comfort stations, two kitchen shelters, two primitive campsites, one boat launch, a group camp, 20 miles of hiking trail, 14 miles are multi-use for mountain biking and horseback riding. (509) 427-8265 or beacon.rock@parks.wa.gov.

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11 miles west of The Dalles off Interstate 84. Fee info: (800) 551-6949.

VIENTO STATE PARK

DESCHUTES RIVER CAMPGROUND

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Tree-shaded oasis at the confluence of the Deschutes and Columbia rivers, accessible off Interstate 84 by taking either the Celilo exit and heading east or Biggs Junction exit and heading west on Hwy. 30. Thirty-two sites with electricity and water, 24 primitive sites, group RV/tent, river access, hiking trails. Information info: (800) 551-6949.

Situated on the shores of Lost Lake 3,100 feet up the slopes of Mt. Hood, 130 sites are available, including 75 that are RV accessible (no hookups). Available on a first-come, first-served basis. Open from early May to late October. (541) 386-6366 or http://lostlakeresort.org.

Open May through October eight miles east of Hood River off Interstate 84, Exit 56. Day-use area with Columbia River access, boardsailing, picnicking, hiking, biking, playground. Fifty-six campsites with electricity and water, 18 tent campsites, fire rings, restrooms and showers. Fee info: (800) 551-6949.

WASCO COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS PARK Near Tygh Valley off Oregon Highway 197. RV, tent campsites, open year-round. Info: (541) 483-2288.

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Fourteen campsites, barrier-free, no potable water, located off Interstate 84 at Exit 51 east of Cascade Locks. User fee. Maximum trailer size 30 feet. Open late April through the end of September. Info: (541) 308-1700.

Open March through October with 43 full hookups, and six walk-in campsites, hiker/ biker camp area, and Columbia River Gorge hiking trails. Located between Corbett and Cascade Locks off Interstate 84 at Exit 35, with access to Columbia River Scenic Highway. Daily fee $5. Info: (800) 551-6949.

EAGLE CREEK Seventeen campsites with drinking water, 22-foot maximum trailer size, barrier-free, group campsite available with reservation only. Eastbound access off Interstate 84 at Exit 41, westbound take Exit 40. Open May 1 through September. User fee. Info: (541) 308-1700.

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ROOSTER ROCK STATE PARK Group shelter, wildlife watching, boardsailing, boating, picnicking, fishing, beach access, hiking, water skiing, disc golf and clothing optional beach located 22 miles east of Portland off Interstate 84 at Exit 25. Daily fee $5. Info: (800) 551-6949. Reserve shelters at 1-800-452-5687.

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Bikers Paradise

POST CANYON

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A 15-mile network of scenic trails for skilled bikers. From Hood River, head west on Cascade then follow Country Club Road for 1.5 miles to Post Canyon Drive on the right. Follow Post Canyon Drive for approximately 1/2 mile to the end of the pavement and park there.

A classic mountain trail that runs northsouth from Mount Hood to the Columbia River on the east side of Mount Hood. This ride starts at the end of Pinemont Drive, 11 miles south of Hood River off Hwy 35.

SYNCLINE A challenging riverside adventure that spans grassy plains and volcanic rock bluffs along the Columbia River. Cross the White Salmon bridge to Washington and take a right onto Highway 14 toward White Salmon/Bingen. Follow Highway 14 through Bingen and turn left onto Courtney Road for the parking lot, two miles east of town.

FALLS CREEK & LEWIS RIVER TRAIL A trail North of Carson that runs through old growth forest and ends at the beautiful Lower Lewis River Falls.

ROAD BIKE RIDE: ROWENA LOOPS A mind-blowing seven mile loop; start in Hood River and follow the Columbia River Historic Highway through the famous twin tunnels to Mosier. Then pedal up a gentle

grade up to the Rowena Crest and blaze downhill on a series of sweeping curves.

LAKE BRANCH/LOST LAKE LOOP A large hill with excellent pavement and a beautiful reward at the end. Follow Tucker Road to the Odell/Dee intersection and veer right. Go six miles at the Dee turnoff to find the parking area.

PARKDALE’S EASTSIDE TRAILS From Hood River, head east on Highway 84 to Highway 35. Follow 35 south to Robin Hood Campground, the trail entrance. Visit these local bike shops for more information on local trails. See the Event Schedule in this guide, pages 55 for popular bike racing events.

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IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY OUR GREAT HOOD RIVER RESTAURANT, BAR, BREWERY & WINERY SCENE ... LET US DO THE DRIVING! Book our 30 passenger luxury limo bus for weddings, wine tours, special events! Check our website for package deals.

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Classic pub fare, ethnic delights, family-friendly menus, or renowned fine dining, all paired with local libations, give appetites of all types a place at the table in the Gorge.

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BOB’S TEXAS T-BONE & FROSTY’S LOUNGE

ZIM’S BRAU HAUS

RESTAURANT & SPORTS BAR

Sports bar w/ European pub-style setting. Enjoy all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food is made fresh, Daily dinner specials: Mon. & Fri.Steak; Tues.-Spaghetti and German Sausage plate; Wed.-Mexican; Thurs.- Chicken Fried Steak; Sat.-Prime Rib. Lottery, Pool, Darts, Foosball and Large Screen TVs. Family dining until 10pm

The best BBQ ribs in the gorge! Real wood barbecue, steaks, ribs, slowroasted prime rib, chicken, seafood, soup and salad bar. Mouth-watering daily specials to fill any appetite. Full service lounge. Oregon Lottery. Open daily 6 am to 10 pm Family dining. Banquet facilities. Catering available. Take I-84, Exit 109 Rufus, Oregon 541.739.2559 Like us on Facebook

604 E. 2nd St., The Dalles, OR www.zimsbrauhaus.com 541.296.2368

NEW YORK CITY SUB SHOP

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Eat like a local. A Hood River tradition since 1989! NYCSS specializes in making quality sandwiches the New York way – with quality meats and cheeses on freshly baked bread. NYCSS is the best stop for a great sandwich in the Gorge!

Stunning views next to the Bridge of the Gods – Bridgeside (formerly Charburger) still serves tasty grilled burgers plus an extended menu of chowders, fish, fresh salad bar and desserts. New name, new management, but historic charm and artifacts remain. Exit 44 off I-84 745 NW Wa Na Pa St. Cascade Locks, OR 541-374-8477

New York City Sub Shop 1020 B Wasco St. Hood River, OR 97031 541-386-5144 Open Daily at 10am

SAW TOOTH ROADHOUSE “Good Food for Good People!” The Saw Tooth Roadhouse is located next to the saw mill in the Upper Hood River Valley. The menu includes our own twist on classic hot sandwiches, a huge variety of pizzas, smoked pork entrees , fresh salads, soups and more! We have 8 beers & 2 ciders on tap. Full service bar and Oregon Lottery. Relax in the backyard and enjoy horseshoes during the summer! Open 11am-9pm Wed.-Sun, 3-9pm Tues. All ages welcome. “See you at the Roadhouse!”

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CLOCK TOWER ALES

Located in historic downtown The Dalles, Clock Tower Ales is the family friendly place to be! Extensive outdoor seating on our deck, live music on the weekends, upscale pub style lunches, chef inspired dinners, handcrafted cocktails, local wines, and over 30 craft beers on tap! Enjoy a bit of history, sit back and relax, it’s always a good time at the tower! 311 Union Street The Dalles, OR 541-705-3590

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CRAZY PEPPER

Located in Down Town Hood River, The Crazy Pepper has been a locals favorite for over 20 years. Recognized for our delicious Mexican food and hand muddled margaritas. Offering daily lunch specials Monday through Friday and Happy Hour 4:30-6.

Diners seek out Riverside for its panoramic Columbia River views, great food made with all-natural ingredients, and award-winning wine list. Enjoy it all indoors, on the deck, or in our popular Cebu Lounge. Help us celebrate 50 years in 2017! Open daily serving RIVERSIDE breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Diners seek out Riverside for its panoramic River Riverside at theColumbia Hood River Inn views, Exitgreat 64 off I-84,made Hoodwith Riverall-natural food 541.386.4410 ingredients, and award-winning riversidehoodriver.com wine list. Enjoy it all indoors, on the deck, or in our popular Cebu Lounge. Open daily serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

11am to 10pm 103 4th Street, 1-541-387-2454 Crazypeppercantina.com

CRUSH CIDER CAFÉ Crush is a family-friendly cafe and taproom. We serve a diverse variety of hard ciders and perries from the NW region as well as tasty menu items.

Riverside at the Hood River Inn THE ANDREW’S Exit 64 off I-84,EXPERIENCE Hood River Pizzeria • Drafthouse Theater • Arcade • Frozen Yogurt 541.386.4410 It’s the pizza - over 25 years of riversidehoodriver.com authentic east coast thin crust pizza. See our complete menu and order on-line at andrewspizza.com.

1020 Wasco Street Ste D Hood River, OR 97031 Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sun 12-8 Fri & Sat 12-10 Closed Tues 800-447-1539 Check us out on Facebook

107 Oak St. Downtown Hood River 541.386.1448 andrewspizza.com

CELILO RESTAURANT & BAR Celilo opened in 2005 with a passion for the bounty and quality of ingredients available in this region. Our everchanging menu reflects the seasonal highlights of the area’s growers and foragers. We offer innovative local cuisine, an award-winning wine list, and full catering services for special events. Dinner daily from 5pm Lunch Fri-Sun, 11:30am-3pm Happy Hour 5-6pm 541-386-5710 celilorestaurant.com 16 Oak Street, Hood River

BRIAN’S POURHOUSE Located in downtown Hood River, Brian’s has been a locals favorite for 18 years. A farm to table restaurant with casual fine dinning and the best burger in the gorge, Brian’s offers something for everyone. Local and international wines, cocktails and local brews. 606 Oak Street, Hood River Lunch daily 10:30am - 3:00pm Dinner nightly 5pm - 11:30pm 541.387.4344 brianspourhouse.com

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THE SUBTERRANEAN RESTAURANT “The Gem beneath the Jewelry Store” A town favorite for Steak, Seafood & Pasta We serve ONLY Certified Angus Beef A family affair that serves up creative dishes with love and hospitality Locals’ favorite for eggplant parmesan, seafood linguine, ahi tuna and the best steaks in the Gorge! Vegan & Vegetarian options available. Homemade delightful desserts made daily! 113 3rd St, Downtown Hood River 541-436-4600 Open at 4:30pm Daily Like us on Facebook

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3 RIVERS GRILL Fine dining in an upscale yet relaxed atmosphere with spectacular views of the Columbia River. Specializing in Northwest cuisine, we use local organic products whenever possible. Our wide menu offerings is sure to satisfy any palate. Award winning wine lists, local microbrews, and full service bar. Dine inside or on our deck and enjoy the view. Lunch, dinner and special events. 601 Oak Street, Hood River Daily 11am - 10pm 541.386.8883 • threeriversgrill.com

BIG MAN’S ROTISSERIE Is a wood fired seasonal restaurant that brings third world street food to the first world taste bud... Keeping the fresh simply fresh and efficient while keeping the vibes very relaxed with our outdoor setting... Come on out and enjoy some of the best food in the Pacific Northwest. 799 Hwy 141 Husum, WA 406.579.9450 Open Thurs - Sun 12-8pm Follow us on Facebook

SOLSTICE WOOD FIRE CAFE & BAR Eat like a local and have great fun with outdoor seasonal dining and delightful views along the river. - Inventive, classic, and seasonal wood fired pizzas - House-made fresh pastas, salads, & our famous s’more - 12 rotating craft beers & hard ciders on tap & creative cocktails - Vegetarian, vegan & gluten free choices - Kids menu, play area and outside toybox, across from the park! Wood fired and Gorge inspired! The Waterfront, 501 Portway Avenue, Hood River Open everyday for lunch & dinner 11:00am to close Closed Tuesdays in winter 541.436.0800 • solsticewoodfirecafe.com

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EL PUERTO DE ANGELES III Authentic Jalisco Cuisine. we strive to provide you with a great dining experience and freshly prepared platters delivered to your table with Mexican hospitality by our friendly staff. Join us to enjoy good food, good folks and good times. Offering daily lunch and dinner specials served all day, Happy Hour Monday through Friday 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Enjoy your meal on our outdoor patio (open weather permitting). 1306 12th Street Hood River Sunday through Thursday 10am-9pm Friday and Saturday 9am-10pm 541-308-0005

BETTE’S PLACE “The Friendliest Restaurant in Town—has been a Hood River landmark since 1975. Now featuring new menu items, including skillets. With seating for 130, the restaurant can take large groups with advanced reservations. Kid-friendly with special children’s menu. Take out menu and delivery to downtown. Don’t go to the beach, come to Bette’s for fresh dungeness crab. Be sure to stop in for homemade chowder or satisfy your sweet tooth and try our legendary cinnamon rolls or Prize Winning Blue Ribbon pies. 416 Oak Street. Hood River, OR 97031 Open daily 5:30am - 3pm 541.386.1880 bettesplace.com

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BLUE COLLAR CAFE Never leave hungry. We serve generous portions of homemade favorites in a cozy, friendly environment. We offer full menu options at all times because who doesn’t like breakfast for dinner? Come kick back in Carson while you enjoy the gorge.

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22 Hughes Road, Carson Mon-Fri 9am to 8pm Sat & Sun 8am-8pm 509.427.4000

THE RIVERSIDE Located in beautiful Maupin, OR, The Riverside offers delicious food and smoked meats made in-house, full bar, live music and outdoor seating overlooking the Deschutes River. The Riverside is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Open year round! 597 S. Highway 197 Maupin, OR 97037 541-395-2438 facebook.com/riversidemaupin

IXTAPA FAMILY MEXICAN RESTAURANT Authentic, fresh, Mexican food and full bar. Proudly serving the Gorge for over 11 years! Daily lunch and dinner specials. Large selection of Mexican specialties including Fresh Seafood and Vegetarian entries. Full bar with flavored Margaritas. Daily Margarita & Beer Specials. Take out and catering available. Open Sun-Thurs., 11am-9:30 pm. Fri. and Sat. 11am-10:30 pm. Three Locations to serve you. When weather permits, outside seating available. • THE DALLES, 810 Cherry Heights, 541.298.1265 • HOOD RIVER, 2920 W. Cascade Ave. Suite #104, 541.386.1168 • HERMISTON, 115 E. Oregon St., 541.564.0320 www.ixtapadelgorge.com

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BIG JIM’S DRIVE IN We’re GOOD food, NOT fast food. We never cook our burgers ahead of time. We make our own dressing for the burgers, tartar sauce, fry sauce and our own recipe for chili. We still make those old-fashioned milk shakes, Banana Splits and Sundaes. Our Waffle Cones are a big hit with one of our 16 flavors of UMPQUA brand hard ice cream in them. Try one of our 5 FRESH FRUIT milk shakes or Smoothies. Exit 87, Off I-84 2938 E. 2nd St. The Dalles, OR 541-298-5051 Open Daily 10AM-9PM — Summer Open until 10PM http://www.bigjimsdrivein.com/

BENT RIVER FEATURING SCHWARZBACH’S SPORTS BAR Bent River restaurant is located on the beautiful Columbia River in The Dalles, Oregon. Our outside seating with a breathtaking view of the Gorge isn’t the only thing that will take your breath away; look inside our unique menu! We have delicious meals made from local and fresh Buffalo, Elk, Wild Boar and our mouthwatering handcrafted burgers! Our family friendly restaurant has something for everyone to enjoy, and our chalkboard tables keep everyone entertained! We have daily specials and specialty drinks for those 21 and over. Text “Bent” to 55678 to join our text club and receive a free desert! 1535 Bargeway Road, The Dalles, OR (541) 370- BENT {2368} www.thebentriver.com Like us on Facebook!

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CASCADE LOCKS ALE HOUSE Ten local microbrews on tap • Pizza • Burgers • Soups • Salads • Sandwiches Like us on Facebook for events and specials 500 WaNaPa St, Cascade Locks 11-9pm Wed-Sun, closed Tue CascadeLocksAleHouse.com 541.374.9310

SUSHI OKALANI Sushi Okalani, serving family-style Japanese and Pan-Pacific inspired food and fun to Hood River, Oregon since 2005. Fun specials, extensive Sake list, private Tatami rooms, and a rockin’ atmosphere make it the best spot to replenish after a hard day of playing. 109 First St, Hood River Open seven nights a week for dinner starting at 5:00. Lunch hours change seasonally, please call. 541-386-7423 www.sushiokalani.com

MONAGON’S PANCAKE HOUSE HEY...HAVE A HAPPY HOTCAKE! MONAGON’S PANCAKE HOUSE A family run restaurant, open 7 days a week. Offering a full menu for breakfast, lunch. We have waffles, pancakes, burgers, sandwiches and much more. Can accommodate large groups. Best place for Breakfast and Lunch in town!

1301 Belmont Ave, Hood River Oregon 97031 541-645-5319 Monday -Sunday 7am to 3pm

MICHOACAN SPORTS GRILL

HOOD RIVER TAQUERIA & MEXICAN RESTAURANT

Serving traditional Mexican food. We make everything from scratch daily, from the salsas to the tortillas, and the house specialty that has become the main attraction, Carne! Known for our carnitas; many stop by for our great lunch specials and our evening dinner platters that can’t be beat. Planning an important event? We offer a wide variety of catering options to meet any of your party or event needs. Give us a call and let us help you with your special day. Thank you for dining with us! We look forward to seeing you again!

WE WISH YOU A MOST CORDIAL WELCOME! We come from Jalisco, a beautiful place in Mexico where tequila was born and where the rhythm of the Mariachi was first heard. It is the home of the very finest, most unique and delicious native cuisine. We have brought that taste right here, to Hood River. Please enjoy life when you visit us. We welcome you in the restaurant or outside seating on the patio. Also, special requests for catering are welcome and we can provide a complete menu for your banquet. We are happy to cater events at off site locations. We are located in the “Heights” in Hood River Oregon. We are on the west side of 13th street on the one way heading south towards Mt. Hood.

3405 Odell Highway, Odell, Oregon Tues-Sat 10am - 8pm, Sun 8am - 7pm (Nov-Mar) Mon-Sat 9am - 9pm, Sun 8am - 8pm (Apr-Oct) 541.354.2900 michogrill.com

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A GOOD WAY TO START YOUR DAY!

1210 13th Street, Hood River, OR 97031 Open 7 days a week 541.387.3300

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RIVER DAZE CAFE We feature fresh baked, handcrafted food in our family-friendly café. Best known for our epic sandwiches, we offer a variety of other homemade goodies including desserts, cookies, soft-pretzels, and our mouthwatering sourdough English muffins. We focus on high-quality, organic and local ingredients (often from our own farm!). 202 Cascade Ave, Ste D, Hood River Serving breakfast & lunch daily 541.308.0246 • riverdazecafe.com

SOLERA BREWERY Solera Brewery is located in the historic Valley Theater in Parkdale. Sit beside a pear orchard overlooking the North face of Mt. Hood, and enjoy a Hedonist IPA, a rotating seasonal, sour beer, or a beer aged on local fruit. Solera Brewery 4945 Baseline Drive Parkdale, OR 97041 541.352.5500 www.solerabrewery.com

MOMMA JANE’S PANCAKE HOUSE “Best breakfast and brunch spot in The Dalles.” Home cooking for over 50 years. Omelets, French Toast, Scrambles, awesome selection of homemade syrups and a big breakfast menu. “Service is quick, friendly and prices are very reasonable.” Breakfast & Lunch. Family dining. Open Daily 6 am - 2 pm Family owned and operated. 900 West 6th Street The Dalles, Oregon 97058 541.296.6622

PIETRO’S PIZZA CASA EL MIRADOR Featuring the largest selection of Mexican food in the Gorge for more than 20 years! Authentic Mexican favorites, only using the finest ingredients available. Seafood delicacies, combination platters, and daily specials for a Fiesta of Flavors! We strive to provide warm, attentive and friendly service to you and your guests every time you visit. Sinceramente, Jorge and Lupe Barragan

Pietro’s isn’t just for pizza, Pietro’s is fun for the whole family. We have party packages for kids. We also offer corporate and non-profit discounts. Besides having the best pizza in The Gorge, we also have lunch specials Monday through Friday served from 11am to 2pm, a salad bar, pasta, sandwiches, ice cream, dessert sticks, potato wedges & our party pizza. Bring your friends and challenge them to games in the Gallery of Games. Win prizes, make memories. 107 2nd Street, Hood River, OR 97031 541.386.1606 pietrosrestaurants.com

1424 W. 2nd St., The Dalles, OR www.casaelmirador.com OPEN 7 Days a Week Serving Lunch & Dinner

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PFRIEM FAMILY BREWERS

kickstand coffee and kitchen

pFriem artisanal beers are symphonies of flavor and balance, influenced by the great brewers of Belgium, but unmistakCRAFTED IN OREGON ably true to our home-grown roots in the Pacific Northwest. Although they are served humbly, each glass is overflowing with pride and a relentless aspiration to brew the best beer in the world. We’ll let you decide. FOR HALF PRICE

BUY ONE ENTREE & GET A SECOND ONE

707 Portway Avenue, Suite 101, LOCATION 707 PORTWAY AVENUE Hood River Waterfront HOOD RIVER, OREGON Open daily 11:30am - 9pm Summer: Friday & Saturday open until 10pm 541.321.0490 pfriembeer.com

“The Gateway to the Heights” of Hood River, KickStand is a local favorite, and a place of community gathering. KickStand offers 10 Speed Coffee, house-made donuts, unique breakfast, lunch and dinner menus using high-quality, locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and meats. Full bar: cocktails, beer, wine, kombucha. Outdoor patio, firepit. Kid friendly. 1235 state, ste 100, hood River 7am-9pm 7 days a week 541.436.0016 www.kickstandcoffee.net

GRaCe Su’S CHIna GORGe While visiting the Gorge…take a trip to China. Come in and enjoy great Szechuan-Hunan plates. Make memories and have fun. No airfare required. Free parking. Serving great food and freshly squeezed juice in our Tiger Lounge for more than 30 years. Open Tuesday through Sunday. 2680 Old Columbia River Drive Hood River, OR 97031 (off I-84 and the base of Hwy 35) 541.386.5331 chinagorge.com

TAQUERIA LOS AMIGOS Jump out of your shell and into one of our fresh, handmade tortillas on Sundays! Great selection of Mexican food. Locally recognized for the “crazy” burrito. Catering & take-out services available. Family owned and run for 12 years. Visit us and find out why it’s crazy! 3409 Odell Highway, Odell, OR Mon-Tues, Fri-Sat 9am - 9pm Wed 9am - 3pm, Sun 8am - 7pm 541.354.1944

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WHISKEY TANGO Fresh, local cuisine and creative hand-crafted cocktails, from seared ahi tuna, fried oysters, pork belly & fried chicken sliders to fresh salads and desserts. Our unique menu changes seasonally and offers something delicious for everyone! Happy Hour 3pm - 7pm 7 days a week! 112 Oak Street, Downtown Hood River 12pm - 2am 7 days a week WhiskeyTango.com 541.308.0474

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Raven’s Nest LLC FARM STAND IN THE GORGE Here at Farm Stand we are passionate about taking a stand for healthy eating in our community. With our organic, grass-fed breakfast and lunch menu’s we hope to get you on board with that vision, and be a satisfying highlight to your stay in the Gorge. 1009 12th Street, Hood River Open daily 7 am to 8 pm farmstandgorge.com 541.386.4203

RAVEN’S NEST Now featuring new menu items – steaks, seafood and loaded baked potatoes. Family friendly restaurant located on the historic Hood River Golf Course. Prime Rib served every Friday and Saturday. 1850 Country Club Road, Hood River Open Mon-Sat 9am-9pm Sun 9am-6pm 541.645.5223

Under New Ownership Lester & Paulina

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Drink

Breweries, Cideries, Spirits, Wineries

CAMP 1805 DISTILLERY & BAR Located across from Hood River’s Waterfront Park, Camp 1805 is a small distillery producing handcrafted spirits on site. Our full bar and food menu featuring small plates will take you back to the days when a cocktail was crafted, not blended. 501 Portway Ave., HR Waterfront Open 7 days a week 3-10 pm Monday-Thursday 1-10+pm Friday & Saturday 541.386.1805 www.camp1805.com

FREEBRIDGE BREWING is the first craft brewery to open in The Dalles in 100+ years. Family friendly environment specializing in hand tossed artisan pizzas as well as scratch made sandwiches, soups, and salads. Our historic pub is open for lunch and dinner throughout the year with a traditional “dog friendly” German Beer Garden available spring through fall. 710 East Second Street The Dalles, OR 97058 541-769-1234 www.freebridgebrewing.com Check us out on Facebook

THE GORGE WHITE HOUSE Enjoy house made wines and hard ciders, local wine tasting, regional craft beers, local and u-pick fruit, local art, gifts and more! Savor a gourmet lunch from our farm fresh food cart while taking in stellar double mountain views. 2265 Highway 35, Hood River (4 miles south of town) Open daily, 10 - 7, June-Sept Fri-Mon, 10 - 6, April, May, Oct 541.386.2828 thegorgewhitehouse.com

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CATHEDRAL RIDGE WINERY Oregon winery of the year 2007. “Award winning wines... Amazing views...” Visit us at our boutique winery for exquizite handcrafted wines, knowledgable staff, and beautiful grounds. 4200 Post Canyon Drive Hood River, OR 97031 Open daily 11am - 6pm 541.386.2882 cathedralridgewinery.com

FULL SAIL BREW PUB

If there is one thing a brewer loves more than great beer – it’s great food and great beer! Our northwest-inspired menu complements our award-winning brews and features seasonal, local ingredients. Swing by for a pint, grab a bite, tour the brewery or just soak up the view. Open daily at 11:00 a.m. serving lunch and dinner. Guided brewery tours are offered daily at 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m., and are free of charge. 506 Columbia Street Downtown Hood River 541.386.2247 fullsailbrewing.com

HOOD CREST WINERY It’s all about the Reds, Whites & the Blues. Handcrafted pizza from our wood fired oven. Award winning wines. Mt. Hood and valley views amongst the vineyard, all from our spectacular new winery. Patio tasting, kid & pet friendly. Music from Tess & Patrik Saturday afternoons. Wed-Sun 11-6 1900 Orchard Road Hood River, OR 541-716-0140 hoodcrestwinery.com

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HOOD RIVER DISTILLERS, INC Established in 1934, Hood River Distillers is the oldest distillery in Oregon. Come visit our beautiful tasting room and learn about our heritage. You can taste our award winning line up of Pendleton® Whisky, Trail’s End® and Clear Creek Distillery products. TASTE – SHOP – ENJOY 304 Oak St. Suite #3, Hood River Open daily 12pm to 6pm 541-386-1588 ext. 234 www.hrdspirits.com ©2016 Hood River Distillers, Inc., Hood River, OR USA, Stay in control.®

MARYHILL WINERY

"2015 Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year", Maryhill produces award-winning wines, spectacular views, outdoor amphitheater, Bocce courts, & picnicking. LIVE MUSIC ON THE TERRACE On the vine covered terrace every summer weekend, Memorial Day - October, 1pm-5pm by some of the best performers in the industry. 9774 Highway 14 Goldendale, WA Open 10am-6pm Daily maryhillwinery.com 877-MARYHILL

MT HOOD WINERY

HOOD RIVER VINEYARDS At the Gorge’s oldest winery, we specialize in wines made on-site from fruit grown in our local vineyards and orchards. We have a fine selection of whites, reds, hard ciders and our very special ports and sherry. Come visit our sunny hillside winery! 4693 Westwood Drive, Hood River Open daily 11am - 5pm Thurs-Mon 11am - 5pm (until 6/1) 541.386.3772 hoodrivervineyardsandwinery.com

MEMALOOSE/IDIOT’S GRACE Two great wines – one stunning tasting room! Family owned, organically-grown grapes from our five vineyards right here in the Gorge. Elegant “old -world” style wines. We are pure gorge! Taste both labels on our tasting deck overlooking the Rivers. Antipasto plates available 34 State St. (Highway 14), Lyle, WA winesofthegorge.com 509.774.9050

PHELPS CREEK VINEYARDS

We invite you to visit our beautiful tasting room, where you’ll enjoy stunning mountain views in a relaxed, family friendly setting at the Bickford Family Century Farm & Vineyards. Sample award winning wines; including estate grown Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir and Riesling.

Sip wines off the back nine! Located on the beautiful Hood River Golf Course, our Tasting Room features wines produced from our nearby Estate-grown grapes. Ask us about our Award-Winning Pinot Noir! Better yet, come visit us for a Wine Country Experience tour.

2882 Van Horn Drive, Hood River Open Daily 11-5 March - November mthoodwinery.com 541.386.8333

1850 Country Club Road Hood River, OR 97031 phelpscreekvineyards.com info@phelpscreekvineyards.com 541-386-2607 Open Daily 11am-5pm

THE PINES 1852

SCHWARZBACH’S SPORTS BAR

The Pines 1852 is a family-owned and operated winery and vineyard. Our passion for the grape is clear when you sample one of our estate-grown, limited production wines, including our flagship century Old Vine Zinfandel. Experience The Pines at our Tasting Room in Downtown Hood River. 202 Cascade Ave. Suite B, Hood River Open Every Day at Noon (Jan-April Closed Tues. & Wed.) thepinesvineyard.com 541-993-8301 COLUMBIAGORGEVISITORSGUIDE.COM

Enjoy one of our specialty drinks, or one of our 35 brews on tap; a true Gorge experience with local wines and alcohol! Located on the Columbia River, with 12 TVs so you never miss a game. Join our text club by texting, “BENT” to 55678. (541) 370-2371 1535 Bargeway Road, The Dalles, OR, 97058 www.thebentriver.com Like us on Facebook!

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Drink

Breweries, Cideries, Spirits, Wineries

SPRINGHOUSE CELLAR

At Springhouse we embrace the spirit of the Gorge, producing ten hand-crafted wines in the cellar of our downtown winery and serving them on-tap in our rustic tasting room. Come fill your growler, sip a glass on the porch, or take in the live music in the Ruins. We look forward to seeing you! Open daily noon-6pm, closed Mondays Nov. thru March. 13 Railroad Avenue, Hood River (1st & Cascade Street) 541.308.0700 springhousecellar.com

SYNCLINE WINERY World class wines from Washington state’s finest vineyards. Join us, taste and stroll in the Vineyard. Pack a picnic and unwind in sunny Lyle, WA. 111 Balch Rd, Lyle, WA Thur.- Sun. 11am - 6pm synclinewine.com 509.365.4361

STAVE & STONE WINERY

Wines with Personality Come to downtown Hood River and meet our wines! We pair each wine with just the right nibble to complement your tasting experience, as you unwind in our inviting tasting room. Check upcoming live music events on our website. 210 Oak Street, Hood River Open daily at noon Live music every Friday 541-946-3750 staveandstone.com

VIENTO Established in 1986 – Viento is celebrating our 30th anniversary! Our wines and the winemaker are “Born in the Gorge.” Attentive winemaking allows our grapes to express the character of their local, gorge sites. Our beautiful and friendly tasting room is a fabulous first stop on the way to your Gorge wine adventures. 301 Country Club Road Hood River vientowines.com 541-386-3026 12-5 Daily thru Oct., 12-5 Fri-Sun, Nov.-March

VOLCANIC BOTTLE SHOPPE We have the most extensive & diverse rotating selection of craft & import beer, cider, mead & gluten free beer in the Gorge! Choose from 12 taps, 50 cans, and 200 bottles for here or to go. Also featuring wine, light food, foosball, outdoor beer garden, and keg sales and equipment rental for your parties & events. 1410 12th St. Hood River Heights 541.436.1226 volcanicbottleshoppe.com Mon-Th 3-9, Fri-Sun12-9 (or later)

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WHISKEY TANGO Unique fresh local menu. Creative & handcrafted cocktails. • Two Bars • Dance Floor • Pool Tables • Shuffle Board • Water Pong Full Menu All Night 112 Oak St, Downtown Hood River 12pm - 2am 7 days a week Follow us on Facebook/Twitter www.WhiskeyTangoBar.com 541.308.0474

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New Address! 1817 W. Cascade Ave Hood River, OR

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Pray

PARKDALE NAZARENE

Worship at one of the many Gorge area churches, from the historic to the new.

CHURCH Sunday School WORSHIP Bible Study

9:45 11:00 6:00 pm

7200 4th Street, Parkdale 541.352.6913

Faith Lutheran Church (LC-MS)

June - August Worship 9:00 ~ Sept-May Worship 10:30

BAPTIST CHURCH

Sunday School 9-10:45 all ages Worship 11-12:15 Pastor Dean Kelly, Jr. 541.386.1049 1455 Tucker Rd. Hood River

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Welcomes You!

2819 W. 10th, The Dalles 541.296.2631 3350 Columbia View Drive

The Dalles | 541-296-2711 www.CalvaryTheDalles.org

ZION EVANGELICAL Lutheran Church

Sunday Services: 8 & 10 am Child Care & Sunday School: 10 am

541-296-9587

All Welcome Sunday’s - 11am Christian Science Society ebcthedalles.com

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY

Sunday Service, 10 a.m. (child care provided) 1805 Minnesota, The Dalles, OR

www.stpaulsthedalles.org

101 West Tenth Street, The Dalles OFFICE: 541-296-9146 PASTOR TYLER: 541-993-9751 email: zionelc@gorge.net web: www.zioninthedalles.com

701 WASHINGTON ST. THE DALLES, OR

298-2711

(Sunday School/Bible Class 9:15 am) Holy Communion 1st & 3rd Sundays

2810 W. 10th St.,The Dalles

(Corner of Snipes & W. 10th)

541-296-3586

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CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. Joseph Levine

Saturday Confessions, 3:30-5 pm Saturday Vigil Mass, 5:30 pm Sunday Masses, 9 am, English and 12 pm, Spanish

541-296-2026

1222 W. 10th Street, The Dalles

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Expository Preaching & Family Fellowship, Sundays at 10:30 1889 Belmont Dr. • Hood River 541-386-3557 • fbchoodriver.org

ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH

400 11th Street, Hood River 541.386.2077 • stmarks-hr.org

1280 W. Jewett, White Salmon Sunday Worship 9am Children’s Church Available All-Ages Sunday School 10:45am

509.493.2597 gracews.org

SHEPHERD of the Valley

BIBLE CHURCH

Spirit of Grace Church 1140 Tucker Rd. Hood River 541-386-3993 hoodriverchurch.org

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SUNDAY WORSHIP 10:30AM 1631 8th St Hood River, OR 97031 541-386-4421 info@svbchr.org svbchr.org

River of Life Assembly 979 TUCKER ROAD • HOOD RIVER 541.386.3656 Sunday Service 8:30am & 10:30am rolahr.org

HOOD RIVER CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 2168 BELMONT DR HOOD RIVER, OR 97031 WORSHIP SERVICE: 9:30am

www.hrnaz.org

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Dine&Drink

OREGON

HOOD RIVER 3 Rivers Grill

601 Oak St., 541-386-8883 threeriversgrill.com

Andrew’s Pizza & Skylight Theater

Pizzeria • Theater • Arcade • Frozen Yogurt 107 Oak St. 541-386-1448 Andrewspizza.com

Bette’s Place

Open Daily 5:30-3pm 416 Oak St., 541-386-1880 bettesplace.com

Brian’s Pourhouse

Celilo Restaurant & Bar Lunch & Dinner Daily 16 Oak St. 541-386-5710 Celilorestaurant.com

Crazy Pepper Cantina 103 4th St. downtown Seven days 11am-10pm 541 387 2454 Crazypeppercantina.com

Crush Cider Café

1020 Wasco St. Suite D 800-447-1539 Check us out on Facebook

Dairy Queen

Fan Food not Fast Food 2525 Cascade Ave. Open Daily 9am-10pm 541-387-2020

606 Oak St., Hood River Lunch daily10:30am-3:00pm Dinner nightly 5pm-11:30pm 541 387 4344 Brianspourhouse.com

Dog River Coffee

Broder ost

Doppio Coffee

411 Oak St. downtown 541-386-4502 dogrivercoffee.net

102 Oak St. inside the Hood River Hotel 7am-1;00pm seven days a week 541 436 3444

310 Oak St. 541-386-3000 Open 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM doppiohoodriver.com

Camp 1805 Distillery & Bar

Dutch Bros.

501 Portway Ave Open 7 days a week 541 386 1805 www.camp1805.com

Charburger

4100 State Frontage Road 541-386-3101 charburgercountry.com

1629 12th St. OPEN DAILY

Egg River Cafe

6am-2pm every day 1313 Oak St. 541-386-1127 eggrivercafe.com

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El Puerto de Angeles III Authentic Jalisco Cuisine Happy Hour 2pm-5pm 1306 12th St. 541-308-0005

Full Sail Brew Pub Northwest Inspired Seasonal Menu 506 Columbia St. 541-386-2247 fullsailbrewing.com

Indian Creek Golf Course & Divots Clubhouse Restaurant Open every day for Lunch & Dinner 3605 Brookside Dr. 541-308-0304 Indiancreekgolf.com

Ixtapa

Family Mexican 2920 W Cascade Ave #4 541-386-1168 ixtapadelgorge.com

Good Medicine Tea Lounge

1029 May St. 541-436-2540 goodmedicinetea.com

Grace Su’s China Gorge

2680 Old Columbia River Drive Summer-Tues-Sun 11am-10pm Winter-Tues-Sun 11am-9pm 541 386 5331 Chinagorge.com

Ground Coffee

groundhoodriver.com 12 Oak St, Hood River, OR 97031 (541) 386-4442 Open 6:00 AM - 6:00

Heights Ice Cream 1216 13th St. 541-386-4876

Hood River Distillers 304 Oak St. Suite #3. Hood River Tasting room open daily 12-6pm Winter hours subject to change 541-386-1588 ext. 234

Hood River Taqueria 1210 13th St. 541-387-3300, Open Daily hoodrivertaqueria.com

Leah’s Lunch Food Truck 108 Highway 35, Hood River 541-490-4595 www.Leahslunch.com

The Mesquitery

1219 12th St. 541-386-2002 541-387-4002 thebestinhoodriver.com

Miss O’s Espresso Mon.-Fri. 6am-1pm Sat. 7am-1pm 2375 Highway 35 Hood River

Monagon’s Pancake House

1301 Belmont Ave. 541-436-4035 Monday-Sunday 7am-3pm

New York City Sub Shop 1020 Wasco St. Suite B 541-386-5144 Open Daily at10am

Pfriem Family Brewers 707 Portway Ave., Suite 101 541-321-0490 pfriembeer.com

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Pietro’s Pizza & Gallery of Games 107 2nd St. 541-386-1606 pietrosrestaurants.com

113 3rd St., downtown 541 436 4600 Sun-Thur 4:30-9:30pm Fri-Sat 4:30-10pm

Ravens Nest

Sushi Okalani

1850 Country Club Rd. Hood River Mon-Sat 9am to 9pm Sunday 9am to 6pm 541- 645-5223

109 1st St Downtown Seven nights a week at 5pm Lunch hours change seasonally 541 386 7423 Sushiokalani.com

River Daze Café

1410 12th St. Mon-Thu 3-9pm, Fri-Sun 12-9pm (open later if busy) 541-436-1226 volcanicbottleshoppe.com

202 Cascade Ave Ste D Downtown Breakfast and lunch daily 7:30am-3:30pm 541 308 0246 Riverdazecafe.com

Riverside at the Hood River Inn

Exit 64 off I-84 541-386-4410 riversidehoodriver.com

The Shed Bar

4:30pm -11pm+ 1219 12th St. 541-386-2002 541-387-4002 thebestinhoodriver.com

Volcanic Bottle Shoppe

Whiskey Tango 112 Oak St., Hood River, Or

ODELL Jola’s

Homemade Bites Downtown Odell M-F 7am-1pm Sat. 8am – Noon 541-645-5636 Hood River Farmer’s Market Saturdays 9am-1pm

Solstice Wood Fire Cafe

Saw Tooth Roadhouse

Stoked

Taqueria Los Amigos

501 Portway Ave. 541-436-0800 solsticewoodfirecafe.com Roasters * Coffeehouse 603 Portway Ave., Suite 103 541 436 0629 Stokedroasters.com

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The Subterranean

4780 Highway 35 Exit next to the sawmill 541-354-2511 sawtoothroadhouse.com

3409 Odell Highway Mon, Tue, Fri & Sat 9am-9pm Wed 9am-3pm, Sun 8am-7pm 541-354-1944

MT. HOOD Crooked Tree Restaurant 10755 Cooper Spur Road OPEN DAILY 541-352-6692 info@CooperSpur.com

Dutch Bros.

1342 West 6th St. OPEN DAILY

Freebridge Brewing

MAUPIN

710 East Second St. The Dalles, OR 97058 541-769-1234 www.freebridgebrewing.com

The Riverside

Ixtapa

597 US-197 Maupin, OR 97037 541 395-2438

PARKDALE

Family Mexican 810 Cherry Heights 541-298-1168 ixtapadelgorge.com

Solera Brewery

Momma Jane’s Pancake House

THE DALLES

Route 30 Bottles & Brews

4945 Baseline Dr., Parkdale 541 352 5500 solerabrewery.com

Bent River

1535 Bargeway Rd,. The Dalles, OR 97058

Big Jim’s Drive-In 2938 E. 2nd St. The Dalles, OR 97058 541-298-5051

Casa El Mirador Family Mexican 1424 W 2nd 541-298-7388 casaelmirador.com

Clock Tower Ales Restaurant & Pub 311 Union St 541-705-3590 clocktowerales.com

Pancake House 900 West 6th St. 541-296-6611

317 E. 2nd St. The Dalles 541-993-3155

Schwarzbach Sports Bar

1535 Bargeway Rd. The Dalles, OR 97058 541-370-2371

Zim’s Brau Haus Restaurant & Pub 604 E 2nd St. 541-296-2368

HERMISTON Ixtapa

Family Mexican 115 E Oregon St. 541-564-0320 ixtapadelgorge.com

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RUFUS

Brigham Fish Market 681 WaNaPa St. 541-374-9340 Birghamfish.com

Bob’s Texas T-Bone & Frosty’s Lounge

Steak House & Family Dining Take I-84 Exit 109, 541-739-2559 “Like” us on Facebook

500 WaNaPa St. 541-374-9310 cascadelocksalehouse.com

DUFUR Kramer’s Market

WASHINGTON

121 Main Street, Dufur 541-467-2455

TYGH VALLEY Anglers Restaurant & Lounge

CARSON Blue Collar Café

Steak House & Family Dining 34 N Mariposa Dr., #A 541-544-2299 anglersrestaurantandlounge.org

CASCADE LOCKS Bridgeside

745 Northwest WaNaPa St. 541-374-8477

Cascade Locks Ale House Pub & Restaurant

Skamania Lodge

509-281-1181 GorgeRooms.com

Big Man’s Rotisserie 799 Hwy 141, Husum Thurs-sun 12-8pm 406 579 9450 Like us on facebook

WHITE SALMON Everybody’s Brewing

Lyle Hotel

100 7th Street, Lyle, WA 509-365-5953 thelylehotel.com

Scoops and Smiles 111 W Jewett Blvd. White salmon Wa 509 493 2121 11am to 5pm

STEVENSON Clark and Lewie’s

HUSUM

Red Bluff Tap House

866 Highway 141, Husum WA Fri.-Sun. 5pm-7pm Sunday Brunch 10am-2pm

151 E Jewett Blvd. Weekdays - Sun & Tues - Thurs: 11:30am till 9:30pm Weekends – Fri & Sat: 11:30am till 10:30pm 509-637-2774

LYLE

22 Hughes Rd., Carson Mon- fri 9am-8pm Sat & sun 8am-8pm 509 427 4000

Husum Riverside B&B

1131 Skamania Lodge Way 800-221-7117 Skamania.com

130 SE Cascade Ave. 509-219-0097 Clarkandlewies.com

Tarwater Tavern

256 SW 2nd St., Stevenson Wa 509 427 4979 Sun-Thur 11am to 9pm Fri – Sat 11am to 10pm

130 E Jewett Blvd. White Salmon Wa 509 281 3075 4pm to 2am

Columbia River Herbals, LLC Recreational Marijuana

Medical Marijuana

Edibles • Extracts • Topicals • Tinctures

With Two Locations To Serve You 609 E. 2nd St. • 2630 W. 6th St. • The Dalles, OR. Hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m. to 8 p.m • Sun 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLUMBIARIVERHERBALS.COM Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of marijuana. For use for adults 21 years and older. Keep marijuana out of the reach of children.

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OREGON HOOD RIVER Cathedral Ridge Winery 4200 Post Canyon Dr. Open Daily 11-6pm 541-386-2882 cathedralridgewinery.com

The Gorge White House Wines and Hard Ciders 2265 Highway 35 (4 miles south of town) 541-386-2828 thegorgewhitehouse.com

Hood Crest Winery

1900 Orchard Road Wednesday-Sunday 11-6pm 541-716-0140 hoodcrestwinery.com

Hood River Vineyards The Gorge’s Oldest Winery 4693 Westwood Dr. 541-386-3772 hoodrivervineyards andwinery.com

Mt. Hood Winery

2882 Van Horn Drive, Hood River Open Daily 11-5 March-November 541-386-8333 mthoodwinery.com

Naked Winery

“We aim to Tease” 102 Second St. 11-7pm, later on weekends open noon winter months 541-386-3700 nakedwinery.com

Phelps Creek Vineyards 1850 Country Club Road 541-386-2607 Open Daily phelpscreekvineyards.com

The Pines 1852

202 Cascade Ave. Suite B 541-993-8301 thepinesvineyar.com

Springhouse Cellar

European Style Wines 13 Railroad Ave (1st & Cascade) Open Daily noon -6pm 541-308-0700 springhousecellar.com

Stave & Stone

Wines with Personality 210 Oak St., Hood River Open Daily Noon Live music every Friday 541-946-3750 staveandstone.com

Wy’East Vineyards

Award winning & estate grown Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay 3189 Highway 35 541-386-1277 wyeastvineyards.com

Viento

301 Country Club Rd. Hood River 12-5 Daily thru October 12-5 Fri-Sun, Nov.-March 541-386-3026 vientowines.com

WASHINGTON GOLDENDALE Maryhill Winery

9774 Hwy 14 877-MARYHILL maryhillwinery.com

LYLE Memaloose/Idiot’s Grace 34 State St., (Highway 14) Lyle, WA 509-774-9050 winesofthegorge.com

Syncline Winery

111 Balch Road Thur.-Sun. 11am-6pm Synclinewine.com 509-365-4361

WISHRAM Jacob Williams Winery

3 Avery Rd (on Highway 14) Open 10-6 Daily Check website for winter hours 541-645-0462 jacobwilliamswinery.com

Fort Dalles Museum & Anderson Homestead 1856 Fort Dalles Surgeon’s Quarters

One of Oregon’s Oldest Museums Open 7 days a week 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through October

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Events

Mix spectacular scenery, unique events, and talented and committed musicians, artists, historians and organizers for a blend of fun and rewarding things to do.

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Events JUNE Through October Moro will be hosting 1st Saturday Art Walk May thru October. Artist, musicians, and vendors can set up for free on Main St. 10 to 5. Through Nov. 18 Hood River Saturday Market, 9-1 p.m. at the Fifth and Columbia parking lot. (gorgegrown.com) June Carnal Love at AniChe, 301 Oak. Northwest artists’ renditions of physical love. JUNE The Dalles Farmers Market is open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday, June through October at City Park, located on Union Street near Fifth Street. Fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, baked goods, nuts, jams, jellies, crafts and music. June 1-24 “Contrast: Two acrylic styles” art exhibit at The Dalles Art Center featuring Beth Lyons and Hank Weber at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E. Fourth St., The Dalles, June 1-24. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information at www.thedallesartcenter. org. June 2-Aug. 19 Wedding Dresses from the Collection Exhibit at the History Museum of Hood River County.

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June 3 First-ever Big Andrew White Salmon Kayak Race, paddlers on a classic piece of Northwest whitewater, 9 a.m., White Salmon River; $25 to compete, free to spectators. (www.eventbrite.com)

Hood River waterfront, billed as a new type of experiential gathering for the most innovative minds in the outdoor space; speakers, demos, music, film, and more. (One-day pass $79, three-day pass $195; outfoundseries.com)

June 3 4th Annual Hood 2 River Relay Race. Grab a team of 2-5 to do this relay race the runs from Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort to the Hood River waterfront. Features alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, mountain biking, road biking, running, and kayaking legs. Cost varies. (hood2riverrelay.com)

June 10 Beer Festival at Lewis and Clark Festival Park, W. First Street, The Dalles, noon to 8 p.m. Benefit for The Dalles Civic Auditorium. With more than 50 beers from 25+ breweries from Oregon and beyond, we’re committed to providing a taproom experience for attendees. Festival is a 21-orolder event, IDs will be checked at the door.

June 3 Joni Mitchell’s album “Blue” performed in full by Merideth Kaye Clark, 7 p.m., Columbia Center for the Arts. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for seniors/students. Each ticket includes one complimentary wine pour. Tickets are available at columbiaarts.org, at Waucoma Bookstore and in the gallery, 215 Cascade Ave. in downtown Hood River. If tickets purchased online, please print and bring to the event. Tickets are nonrefundable.

June 10 Second Saturday at WAAAM Air and Auto Museum, 9-5 p.m. Antique airplanes and cars; activities run 10-2 p.m., and lunch from 11-1 p.m. (www.waaamuseum.org)

June 7 Conversation Project, 6 p.m. at the History Museum of Hood River County. Led by Adam Davis, “What We Want from the Wild.” Free.

June 10 Vino & Fido at Wy’East Vineyards, Highway 35 near Odell, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring your dogs, kids, and entire family to a fundraiser that is one of several 10th annual events for Hood River Adopt A Dog. Activities will include a registered bocce tournament bracket at 9 a.m., a doggie costume contest and doggie pond diving (www.hoodriveradoptadog.org/about-us)

June 9-11 Inaugural “Outfound” festival,

June 10-11 Timberline Marathon and Half

Marathon. Billed as the most picturesque marathon and half marathon trail running course in the Pacific Northwest. Rustic trails and views of Mount Hood from Timothy Lake. (timberlinemarathon.com) June 14 Gorge Expression Music Jam, 6:30-8 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays at Columbia Center for the Arts. Starts with Improvised jam session, instructed by Ryan Murtfeldt, $5-10 suggested donation. Express yourself through creative music and sound. Bring any instruments (drums, winds, strings, etc.), including your voice, and drums provided to share. June 14 “Rejuvenating Existing Landscapes,” Brassica and Beer summer gardening seminar series, 6-7 p.m. Free at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe on the Hood River Heights, sponsored by Oregon State University Central Gorge Master Gardeners. June 16-17 “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” 7 p.m.; presented by Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association and directed by Mark Steighner at Wy’east Performing Arts Center, Odell. Tickets are $15 adults (18 and over) and $10 for students and children (10-17). Tickets are available at the door and online through gorgeorchestra.org. Due to some very mild language and content, the show is recommended for ages 10 and over.

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June 16-17 How to Do A One-Person Show, 7 p.m. at Columbia Center for the Arts. Written and performed by Kelly Kinsella, premiering her new one person show. In her comedic way, Kinsella shares her panic of not having a show by creating one in front of us. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors 62 and over, and $15 for groups of 10 or more, and available at columbiaarts.org, Waucoma Bookstore and in the gallery, 215 Cascade Ave. in downtown Hood River. June 18 — “Spamalot” (details page 70), 2 p.m. at Wy’east Performing Arts Center. June 17 Fully supported, fundraising, noncompetitive bike ride along the Historic Columbia River Highway from the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum to the Senator Mark O. Hatfield West Trailhead. A 38.5 mile round trip. On this ride, you will see world-class scenery. Registration online at www. GorgeRide.com.

June 17 Annual Fistula Project fundraiser, Willinda Blueberry farms, 730 Frankton Road, Hood River, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Benefit for mothers in poverty in Uganda.

June 18 Mount Hood Scramble Run. A rugged scramble not for the faint-of-heart on the slopes of Mount Hood. (xdogevents.com/ mounthoodscramble)

June 17 11th Annual Gorge Ride. Fully supported bike ride on 19.25 miles of the Columbia Gorge Historic Highway. Prices range from free to $40. (eventbrite. com/e/gorge-ride-2017-tickets-30680915444)

Late June 21st Annual Hood River Elks Scholarship Golf Tournament. Four-person scramble at Indian Creek Golf Course. (541-386-1507)

June 17 Ninth Annual White Salmon Backyard Half Marathon. Run through the hills around White Salmon with this annual run that raises money for the Columbia High School XC team. Cost is $20. (columbiagorgerunningclub.com) June 17 Dallesport Volunteer Fire Department and Columbia Gorge Regional Airport Third annual Fly-In event at Gorge Aviation 45 Airport Way Dallesport, Washington

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June 22 Pray for Wind Party, 6-10 p.m., Hood River Waterfront; see Beach Bash, next item. June 22-24 Big Winds Beach Bash. Fun event with food, races music, games, beer etc., that kicks off the summer windsurfing season. (gorgewindsurfing.org) June 22-23 “Spamalot” (details above), 7 p.m., at Wy’east Performing Arts Center.

June 23 Fruit Friday at The Fruit Company, Pine Grove, near Highway 35 south of Hood River, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Friday. The Fruit Company sets aside fruit that doesn’t make it into its gifts as well as excess i nventory of gourmet goodies. These discounted items are only for pick-up and cannot be shipped. June 23-25 Mountain Men Rendezvous, Thunder Island, Cascade Locks. (www.cascadelocks.net) June 24 “Spamalot” (details above), at 2 p.m. at Wy’east Performing Arts Center. June 24 15th Annual Mt. Adams Country Bicycle Tour. Multiple loops to choose from on this fully-supported ride, but all are through the beautiful Mt. Adams Country. Raises money for local nonprofits/charities. Fees are $10 to $65. (troutlakewashington.com/mtadams-bicycle-tour)

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June 24 Kriekfest, in Parkdale; festival of sour beers presented by Brian Yeager and Solera Brewery, starting at noon at Clear Creek Station, all ages; tasting is $25 souvenir goblet. (kriekfest.com)

JULY July 1 Fort Dalles Fourth Festival, with a parade, music and fireworks. Lewis and Clark Festival Park in The Dalles, July 1. July 1-29 “Summer Color,” art exhibit featuring Cathleen Rehfeld, Karen Watson and Melanie Thompson at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E. Fourth St., The Dalles, July 1-29. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information at www.thedallesartcenter.org. July Cherry Days, Packer Orchards Bakery and Farm Place, 3020 Thomsen Road, Pine Grove, near Highway 25 south of Hood

River. Cherry jam, pies, cookies, and ice cream from the bakery, multiple varieties of cherries fresh from the farm, and lots of free samples. Call about U-pick availability at 541-234-4006. July 5 Opening reception, Best of the Gorge exhibition, Columbia Center for the Arts, 5 p.m. This annual juried exhibit is curated by Christine Knowles and runs through July 30. In the lobby gallery, enjoy a solo show of the work of artist Sheila Delaquil. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 3 Independence Eve, Bingen Theater, 7 p.m.; comedy, music, poetry, and more, presented in Spanish and English by community members, broadcast on Radio Tierra. July 4 White Salmon parade and concert, 1 p.m. Lineup on East Tohomish Street; parade will end at Rheingarten Park, where there will be live music, a farmers’

market, food and drinks and kids activities. July 4 43rd Annual Kollas Cranmer Run. The de facto start Fourth of July festivities in the Hood River Valley, featuring a run from Odell to Hood River. (4thofjulyrun.com) July 4 Hood River Lions Independence Day Parade, 10 a.m. on the Heights (starts at Eliot Drive and ends at Jackson Park); celebration at Jackson Park following the parade with candy and ice cream for children, barbecued hamburgers, veggie burgers and hot dogs by the Hood River Fire Department, and music. July 4 Odell Independence Day parade, 4 p.m., downtown Odell. July 4 The Heroes’ Challenge. Half marathon, 24.18-mile bike race, 5K run/walk available. Races start and finish at Cape Horn Skye Elementary in Washougal. $25

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July 8-9 Lavender Daze Festival, Hood River Lavender, near Odell, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Live music, food, crafts and vendors, and plenty of u-pick lavender and lavender products. No pets. (www.LavendarDaze.Com) July 8 WAAAM Traffic Jam, 8-5 p.m. at WAAAM Air and Auto Museum. A car show and more. All types of vehicles are welcome to participate. (www.waaamuseum.org) July 8 Mt. Hood Gravel Grinder. A new bike race of varying lengths that traverses both paved and gravel roads in the Mount Hood National Forest with great views of Mount Hood. Prices range from $55-$75. (oregongravelgrinder. com/mt-hood-gravel-grinder) July 12 — “Bees and Beekeeping,” Brassica and Beer summer gardening seminar series, 6-7 p.m., free, at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe on the Heights. Sponsored by Oregon State University Central Gorge Master Gardeners.

July 14 Trout Lake Festival of the Arts, July 14-15, at the base of Mt. Adams, 490 Sunnyside Road, Trout Lake, Wash. Fine arts and crafts. Information online at www. troutlakefestivalofthearts.com.

July 15 Laser Gorge Blowout. Hosted by the Columbia Gorge Racing Association, this sailboat race features a “white-knuckle 18mile downwinder” from Cascade Locks to Hood River. (cgra.org)

July 15 Pitch a tent July 15, 2017, at Maryhill Museum of Art and experience awe-inspiring views of the summer night sky. Catch glimpses of the Milky Way, the Andromeda Galaxy, Sagittarius, and even some meteors if you are lucky! Volunteers from Rose City Astronomers and Troy Carpenter from the Goldendale Observatory be here with telescopes and knowledge to inspire and inform our special views. To reserve a campsite call 509-7733733 Ext. 20.

July 15 6th Annual Wild Woman Marathon. A run created by women and for women, this run features a marathon, a 50K and a relay with a portion of the proceeds going to a local nonprofit. (wildwomanmarathon.com)

July 14-16 11th Annual Kiteboarding 4 Cancer. A multi-day kiteboarding festival held at the Hood River Event Site that raises money to help people affected by cancer. (kiteboarding4cancer.org)

July 17-22 Gorge Downwind Champs. A weeklong event with races for paddlers of outrigger canoes, surfskis, and stand up paddleboards (SUP). Serves as a fundraiser for Rivers For Change. (orgedownwindchamps.com)

up to the professional level in this kiteboarding event that has great spectator viewing at the Port of Skamania County in Stevenson. (botgkitefest.com) July 15 Movies in the Park at Jackson Park. There will also be events in Cascade Locks and Odell (Spanish with English subtitles) in July and August, with dates and times TBA. July 22 Movies in the Park at Jackson Park. July 22 — Art and Wine Fusion, White Salmon, 2 to 10 p.m. 13th annual summer art, wine, cider, spirits, food and music festival. Tasting package online before June 15, $16. After June 15, $20. Tickets available online and at the gate. (artwinefusion.com)

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July 26-29 Hood River County Fair at the fairgrounds. Carnival rides, livestock, food displays, 4-H exhibits, music and entertainment, including Sammy Kershaw on Saturday (www.hoodriverfair. org)

AUGUST

Aug. 3 Families in the Park, 6-9 p.m. at Jackson Park. Featuring “Jilt.” Aug. 2-27 Scenes of the Columbia Gorge, photography show, Columbia Center for the Arts (11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily) highlights photography of the Columbia River Gorge through the eyes of photographers from throughout the Pacific Northwest. The gallery will be filled with stunning Gorge images from some of the best of the best-known photographers. Aug. 2-27 Open juried show, Gorge Artists Create: “Human Figure,” at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E. Fourth St., The Dalles, Aug. 2-27. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information at www.thedallesartcenter.org. Aug. 4 Dr. Seuss Summer Production, 2 p.m., free, Columbia Center for the Arts. Please RSVP at 541-3878877. After a two-week summer arts workshop where students will use physical theater, creative staging, set design, and tech to recreate a Seuss original, they will put up the production filled with wacky rhymes and big adventures for you. Directed by Sullivan Mackintosh. Aug. 3-4 Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” dinner theater. Presented by Plays for NonProfits at Stonehedge Gardens in Hood River; directed by Lisa Roth. Proceeds benefit MidColumbia Children’s Council and Peace Village. Buffet starts at 6 p.m. and play starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 adults, $45 seniors, and $40 students (17 and 74

under) at Waucoma Bookstore and www.showtix4u.com. Aug. 5 18th Annual Founders Cup Golf Tournament. Golf tourney at Indian Creek Golf Course in Hood River. Put on by Columbia State Bank and the Columbia Gorge Community College Foundation. This year’s tourney benefits student scholarships. (gorgefoundation.org) Aug. 5 Double Damned sailboat race. West-to-east downwinder from Cascade Locks to The Dalles hosted by the Hood River Yacht Club. (hoodriveryachtclub.org) Aug. 5 Movies in the Park at Jackson Park. Aug. 6 Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” dinner theater (details Aug. 3-4). Presented by Plays for Non-Profits at Stonehedge Gardens in Hood River; directed by Lisa Roth. Proceeds benefit Mid-Columbia Children’s Council and Peace Village. 4 p.m. buffet, show at 5:30. August Sunflower Garden and Fresh Fruit at Packer Orchards and Farm Place, Thomsen Road in Pine Grove, south of Hood River. Enjoy a self-guided walking tour through beautiful sunflower fields. (packerorchardsandbakery.com) Aug. 9 “Dryland Gardening,” Brassica and Beer summer gardening seminar series, 6-7 p.m. Free at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe on the Heights. Sponsored by Oregon State University Central Gorge Master Gardeners Aug. 10-11 Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” dinner theater (details above). Presented by Plays for Non-Profits at Stonehedge Gardens in Hood River; directed by Lisa Roth. Buffet at 6 p.m., play starts at 7:30 p.m.

Aug. 10 Families in the Park, 6-9 p.m. at Jackson Park. Featuring “Kalimba.” Aug. 11-14 Cruise the Gorge Classic Car Show, throughout The Dalles, Aug. 11-14 at 5 p.m. Classic Cars, Drag races and classic rock. Details at The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce, online at www.thedalleschamber.org. Aug. 12 Second Saturday at WAAAM Air and Auto Museum, 9-5 p.m. Antique airplanes and cars; activities run 10-2 p.m., and lunch from 11-1 p.m. (www. waaamuseum.org) Aug. 12 Movies in the Park at Jackson Park. Aug. 12 Post Canyon 50K and Half Marathon. Run on forest trails near Kingsley Reservoir outside of Hood River. Prices are $45 for the half marathon and $75 for the 50K. (postcanyon50k.com) Aug. 13 Bridge of the Gods Half Marathon and 10K. Run on the Bridge of the Gods as well as the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail. Prices range from $50 to $80. (bridgeofthegodsrun. com) Mid-August King of the Hook. Annual lighthearted windsurfing competition that takes place at the Hook launch on the Hood River Waterfront, where competitors wear costumes and perform oldschool tricks. (gorgewindsurfing. org) Aug. 17 Families in the Park, 6-9 p.m. at Jackson Park. Featuring “Aerosmith Rocks.” Aug. 18 Pacific Crest Trail Days, Cascade Locks; events, classes, workshops in the only municipality located along the PCT. (pctdays.com)

Aug. 19 Skamania County Fair 5K. Held at the fairgrounds in Stevenson. Cost is $5 for non-members of the Columbia Gorge Running Club, but is free to members. (columbiagorgerunningclub.com) Aug. 19-20 Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge. SUP festival featuring races, live music, demos, and lessons at the Event Site. Prices range from $20 to $90. (gorgepaddlechallenge.com) Aug. 19 Movies in the Park at Jackson Park. Aug. 19 Performance series “poTENtial” continues at Columbia Center for the Arts. Photography: Exit Wounds by Jim Lommasson. 7 p.m. Individual event tickets are $20 adults and $15 seniors and students, online at columbiaarts. org or in the art center gallery. Aug. 24 Families in the Park, 6-9 p.m. at Jackson Park. Aug. 26 Performance series “poTENtial” continues at Columbia Center for the Arts: Thumbelina by The Oregon Shadow Theater, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Individual event tickets are $20 adults, $15 seniors and students online at columbiaarts. org or in the Art Center Gallery. Aug. 26 Movies in the Park at Jackson Park. Aug. 30 History Museum of Hood River County, Oregon Humanities Conversation Project. Jennifer Burns Bright: “Fish Tales: Traditions and Challenges of Seafood in Oregon,” 6 p.m.; free. Aug. 31 Families in the Park, 6-9 p.m. at Jackson Park. Featuring “Hit Machine.”

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SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1 thru Nov. 30 Our Latino Community: Economic and Cultural Contributions Exhibit at the History Museum of Hood River County. Opening event Sept. 1 with presentation by Natalia Fernandez, curator and archivist, OSU Libraries. Sept. 2 PCT: Bunker to Bonneville 50K. Run from the Whistle Punk trailhead to North Bonneville. Cost is $75; profits from the event will go to the Columbia Gorge Running Club scholarship fund that gives scholarships to student athletes. (columbiagorgerunningclub.com) Sept. 4 75th Annual Roy Webster Cross Channel Swim. One of the oldest recreational events in the Gorge, participants challenge themselves to swim across the Columbia River at the Hood River Waterfront. Cost is $62 or $81 with breakfast. (hoodriver. org/roy-webster-cross-channelswim)

Sept. 5-31 “The 3 Nancys,” art exhibit featuring work by Nancy Bishop, Nancy Russell and Nancy Rooper, at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E. Fourth St., The Dalles, Sept. 5-31. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information at www.thedallesartcenter.org. Sept. 9-10 Hood River Fly-in at WAAAM Air and Auto Museum. Hundreds of visiting airplanes, food and activities. Visit with pilots. Museum open 9-5 p.m., Lions Club breakfast 8 a.m. both days. (www.waaamuseum.org) Sept. 13 Native Planting,” Brassica and Beer summer gardening seminar series, 6-7 p.m. fFee, at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe on the Heights. Sponsored by Oregon State University Central Gorge Master Gardeners. Sept. 15-16 Performance series “poTENtial” continues at Columbia Center for the Arts. Milagro Theater presents El Payaso and Mijita

Fridita, Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Individual event tickets are $20 adults and $15 seniors and students, online at columbiaarts. org or in the art center gallery. Sept. 17 Gorge Kids Triathalon. Annual kids triathlon race for kids grades K-5 at the Hood River Waterfront with different races for different ability levels. Cost is $20 for preregistration. Funds are divided evenly amongst all five Hood River Valley elementary schools. (gorgekidstri.com) Sept. 23 Hood River Hops Fest, Fifth and Columba streets, downtown Hood River, sponsored by Hood River Chamber of Commerce (hoodriver.org)

OCTOBER

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Oct. 3-Nov. 11 “Beyond the Block,” art exhibition featuring 12 of the Gorge’s finest art quilters, Oct. 3-Nov. 11, 2017, at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E. Fourth St., The Dalles. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information at www.thedallesartcenter.org. Oct. 4 Opening, “Response to Literature” visual arts exhibit, Columbia Center for the Arts. Curated by Jill Kelly. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and that is the challenge to artists in our October exhibition: Artists of all media types will use their creative energies to visually interpret their favorite novels, poems. Oct. 7 Performance series “poTENtial” continues at Columbia Center for the Arts: Film critic Shawn Levy, at 7 p.m. Portland author, critic, teacher, and community volunteer. Individual event tickets are $20 adults and $15 seniors and students, online at columbiaarts. org or in the art center gallery.

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Oct. 13-15 Harvest Fest, Hood River Event Site, and events around the Hood River Valley. Sponsored by Hood River Chamber of Commerce. (hoodriver.org) Oct. 21-22 Gorge Fruit & Craft Fair, Hood River County Fairgrounds, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Find fruit and produce at the height of the region’s harvest season, along with a wide variety of arts

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NOVEMBER

NOVEMBER The Starlight Parade, one of the best lighted Christmas parade to be found in the northwest. Starts at 6 p.m. A parade of lighted floats to kick off the holiday season!

Nov. 1-19 Native American Art and Culture exhibition, Columbia Center for the Arts. Traditional and contemporary art which expresses the Native American Cultural. This exhibition is part of a center-wide, monthlong program highlighting the art and culture of regional Native Americans. This program is underwritten by the Oregon Arts Commission, The Roundhouse Foundation, The

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STEVE WOLF

VIRGINIA HILLYER

NMLS - 140302, MLO - 140302

NMLS - 114305, MLO - 114305

NMLS - 339123

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102 3RD STREET | HOOD RIVER, OR 97031 Looking to Purchase or Refinance?

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