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Outdoor Vino team, club members tackle cleanup of Historic Highway 30

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Naked Winery

An Overdue Warren Falls Update (…and a bombshell!)

Time is running out on the Restore Warren Falls! project. This summer the next phase of the Historic Columbia River Highway (HCRH) State Trail project will begin construction of a segment that will pass right in front of the falls. 1,714 more words

Natural History

Bike Overnight to Ainsworth State Park (Columbia Gorge), 24-25 March 2015

Ah yes! Another month, another bicycle overnight camping trip. As has become almost a tradition in March, the destination was Ainsworth State Park in the Columbia Gorge. 371 more words

Bike Camping

Margaret Darling Hackett Newell Henderson

In the book, Building the Columbia River Highway, I devote one very short chapter to Margaret Henderson. I wish I knew more about her, as everything I read seems to describe a woman of exceptional courage and fortitude. 711 more words

Multnomah Falls in Winter

Multnomah Falls, the most visited recreation site in the Pacific Northwest and Oregon’s most visited natural attraction, welcomes over 2 million people annually. It remains the tallest waterfall in Oregon throughout the year at 620 feet, being fed by underground springs from nearby Larch Mountain, melting snowpack from the Cascade Mountain Range, and plenty of rainfall. 422 more words


New on 500px : Multnomah Falls by infinitegrandeur

Multnomah Falls is located along the Historic Columbia River Highway and is Oregon’s tallest waterfall. From the moment I arrived, I imagined I’d been magically transported to Rivendell in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. 17 more words

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