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Morning Half-Day Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Tour from Portland
"Crown Point Vista House best known of the scenic lookouts along the Historic Columbia River Highway provides a panoramic view of the Columbia River. The Crown Point Vista House was built in 1916 and refurbished and completely remodeled in 2005 with its beautiful marble interior and brass fixtures.Latourell Falls plunges 249 feet (76 m) over a massive wall of columnar basalt some of the best formations in the Pacific Northwest before cascading hastily toward the Columbia River. This waterfall is usually most recognized for the large patch of bright yellow lichen adorning the cliff face to the right of the falls and this characteristic has led many famous photographers to this captivating location. If you stand in just the right place
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Best of Portland City Morning Tour
"Travel through the various parts of the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill and several neighborhoods. Visit all the must-see attractions including the sites of Pioneer Square and learn about the great diversity found in Portland’s downtown area the historical importance it has played in the state’s history and the fast-growing culture that exists in the City of Portland.On this tour learn about many prominent and notable citizens of Oregon. Experience sights of Portland Food Carts were you can satisfy your appetite at Portland Food Carts all over town. Next tour through the Pittock Mansion a meticulously preserved architectural landmark that symbolizes Portland’s transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. As we travel let the fragrance of our International Rose Gardens embrace you with over 550 different varieties of Roses
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Best of Portland City Tour 2PM
"Travel through the various parts of the city from downtown Portland to the Pearl District to Nob Hill and several neighborhoods. Visit all the must-see attractions including the sites of Pioneer Square and learn about the great diversity found in Portland’s downtown area the historical importance it has played in the state’s history and the fast-growing culture that exists in the City of Portland.On this tour learn about many prominent and notable citizens of Oregon. Experience sights of Portland Food Carts were you can satisfy your appetite at Portland Food Carts all over town. Next tour through the Pittock Mansion a meticulously preserved architectural landmark that symbolizes Portland’s transformation from a small lumber town into a bustling city. As we travel let the fragrance of our International Rose Gardens embrace you with over 550 different varieties of Roses
From $60.00

More Things to Do in Ecola State Park

Terrible Tilly - The Tillamook Rock Lighthouse

Completed in January of 1881 and replaced by an offshore buoy in 1957, the Tillamook Rock Lighthouse was at one time one of the most difficult lighthouses to crew. It is not unusual for waves to crash...
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glabah
Jul 15, 2014

Tillamook Rock Lighthouse Viewpoint

After the climb from Indian Beach to the summit of Tillamook Head, you then have the option of dropping somewhat downhill to the edge of the cliff where a small viewpoint overlooks Tillamook Rock...
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glabah
Sep 09, 2013

Clatsop Loop Trail: Narrow Maintenance Road

The Clatsop Loop Trail has two very different sections. One of these is a maintenance access road wide enough for golf carts or other small vehicles.It is the easier of the two trails that go to the...
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glabah
Sep 09, 2013

Surfing Among the Rocks?

Yes, it does take a certain unique personality (some might say insanity) to surf on the Oregon coast, as the water is quite cold. Then, there are all those dangerous looking rocks, and the fact that...
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glabah
Sep 07, 2013

Sea Lion Rocks: Can't Visit, but Enjoy the View

While they are named the Sea Lion Rocks and while they are occasionally visited by sea lions, the fact is that these rocks have been set aside as a part of a national wildlife refuge because of the...
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glabah
Jun 17, 2012

Ecola Point to Indian Beach Trail

This 1.5 mile (2.5km) trail wanders through the edge of the forest domain, where it descends abruptly to the ocean pounding the land below. There are several locations were the trail is carved out of...
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glabah
May 30, 2012
 
 
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Park Entrance to Ecola Point Trail

Leading from the park entrance road at the southern entrance to Ecola State Park northward to Ecola Point, this trail is not a huge amount of elevation gain, but there are many short but steep...
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glabah
May 28, 2012

Clatsop Loop Trail

Starting at Indian Beach the Clatsop Loop Trail is approximately 2.6 miles in length for the entire loop, and comprises two very different types of pathway:+ One is the maintenance access road,...
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glabah
Mar 21, 2012

Indian Beach Viewpoint

While the picnic area that sits right next to the Indian Beach parking area has good views of the beach and the rocks, it is only slightly higher than the beach itself. Also, there is a lot of traffic...
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glabah
Mar 21, 2012

Ecola Point: The Usual First Stop and Famous Views

As noted on my introduction page for Ecola State Park, the park features one of the most common vistas in Oregon tourist brochures, post cards, etc: the view of Haystack Rock and associated minor sea...
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glabah
Mar 20, 2012

Indian Beach - Narrow but Slightly Clear of Rocks

Somewhat north of the Ecola Point picnic area and viewpoints is the parking lot for Inidan Beach. This the the furthest north in the park it is possible to drive without a state parks maintenance...
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glabah
Mar 19, 2012

Crescent Beach: Rocky Segment of Sand

Located just south of Ecola Point, this little beach is a nearly level bit of sand compressed between the rocky outcroppings along the ocean. Be very careful here, as high tide covers a huge portion...
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glabah
Mar 19, 2012

Birds - Vistas and Camping Opportunities

Just a short distance beyond Canon beach's most popular tourist attraction is Ecola State park.For a bird's eye view of the rugged Oregon coastline, this vantage point cannot be beat.With various...
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Homanded
Jul 12, 2011

THE VIEW

If you just come for the 'view', that's cool. You will recognize it when you see it. It is like Old Faithful in Yellowstone, the view of Yosemite Valley from the entrance tunnel or looking out over...
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mtncorg
Apr 04, 2011

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"Some of the Most Famous Views in Oregon"
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"Ecola Sate Park"
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"ECOLA STATE PARK - THE VIEW AND MORE"
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