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Columbia River Gorge Tours

Oregon Wine Tour Oregon & Washington Wine Tasting Tours
  • Afternoon wine tasting excursions to some of the premier wineries of the Columbia River Gorge are available daily by advance reservation.
  • Allow 4 to 5 hours including travel times.
  • Tours will typically feature three of the select wineries. Specific stops may be available by request.
  • Reservations in advance are for availability or book your tour online.

Some of the Featured Wineries

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Columbia River Gorge WaterFall
Waterfall Walking Tours

Horsetail and Ponytail Falls

The trailhead offers a spectacular vista of Horsetail Falls immediately from the parking lot. Our halfway point will reward with views of the more secluded Ponytail Falls.

Latourell Falls

Beautiful vistas of Latourell falls from every angle. Lush, green forest and seasonal wildflowers.

Wahclella Falls

Wahclella Falls is one of the more spectacular waterfalls in the gorge-a 350-foot, two-tiered plunge with the final 60-foot section dropping into an enormous splash pool. Also worthy of mention are the house-sized boulders left behind by a 1973 landslide, and watch for spawning salmon in Tanner Creek during late fall.

Punchbowl Falls

Eagle Creek Trail to Punchbowl falls and beyond is one of the most popular trails in all of the Columbia River Gorge. Only two miles from the trailhead, the Punchbowl fall spills water 25 feet into a blue-green pool set in a large grotto. This trail has been carved into a cliffside in two places, and not appropriate for young children and those who fear heights.

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Columbia River Gorge Wildflowers
Wildflower Walking Tours

Catherine Creek

One of the prime locations for wildflower viewing on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. The area's basalt cliffs, oak woodlands, and sweeping meadows offer an amazing variety of flowers.

Columbia Hills / Horsethief Lake State Park

Wildflowers and history come alive on this tour. This Washington State Park contains some of the oldest Native American pictographs (paintings) and petroglyphs (carvings) in all of the Northwest.

Tom McCall Point and Rowena Crest Overlook

This magnificent preserve is one of the premier wildflower viewing locations in the Columbia River Gorge.  A vast variety of beautiful flowers offer a wide array of blooms through April, May, and June. The preserve is jointly owned and managed by The Nature Conservancy, Mayer State Park and the National Forest Service. Volunteer naturalists (arranged by The Nature Conservancy) are likely to be on site and available to answer questions.

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