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Private Tour: Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland
"After pickup from your downtown Portland hotel in the morning you'll be driven by Mercedes van or luxury SUV to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area located just 20 minutes outside the city. Travel along the mighty Columbia River and admire the towering basalt cliffs formed from the river cutting through the Cascade Mountains.When you arrive your naturalist guide leads your private party on a series of short walks to view some of the more than 90 gorgeous waterfalls here including the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US: Multnomah Falls. Enjoy morning tea and snacks as you admire the sights and ask your guide any questions you have. Continue farther up the river to the town of Hood River where breathtaking natural beauty and high winds create a paradise for windsurfers
From $189.00
 
Private Tour: Mt Hood and Columbia River Gorge Day Trip from Portland
"Your private day trip begins with pickup from your downtown Portland hotel in the morning. Relax in the comfort of a luxury vehicle as you travel along the Historic Columbia River Highway through the Columbia River Gorge and around Mt Hood all while enjoying views of mountain vistas and spectacular waterfalls including the second-tallest perennial waterfall in the US Multnomah Falls.Along the way your expert guide will stop to lead you on several nature walks to give you an appreciation of the pristine Pacific Northwest landscape. Be sure to have your camera ready as you hike along easy trails suitable for every kind of adventurer. As you continue driving east
From $211.00
 
Willamette Valley Wine-Tasting Tour from Portland
"The Willamette Valley wine region once known for its fruit orchards and nurseries has become one of the United States' premier producers of cool-climate varietals like pinot noir. Start your wine country tour with hotel pickup from downtown Portland and make your way by minivan to three wineries carefully chosen by your in-the-know guide.Portland is the perfect hub for exploring quiet backcountry roads through Oregon’s wine country with more than half of the state’s 500 or so wineries located about 45 minutes away in the nearby Willamette Valley. As you drive past towns such as Newburg Forest Grove Sherwood and Gaston
From $100.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument

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Johnson Ridge: Memorial Viewpoint to Dead

If you continue past the summit of Johnson Ridge on the paved trails going downhill to the east, just before the paved trail turns back and heads back to the northwest, you will come across this...
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Silver Lake Trail at Mt St. Helens Visitors Center

If you wander towards the rear of the Mount Saint Helens Visitor's Center, past the bathrooms and towards the water, you will find that a one mile loop trail has been constructed. This trail allows...
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Mt. Rainier National Park

North of Mount St. Helens, but within easy driving distance is Mt. Rainier and Mt. Rainier National Park. Unbeknownst to some, Mt. Rainier itself is another "sleeping" volcano in the same Cascade...
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