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Raft Whitewater & Taste Wine: Columbia Gorge All-Inclusive Tour from Portland

Raft Whitewater & Taste Wine: Columbia Gorge All-Inclusive Tour from Portland - Hood River, United States

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Hood River, United States

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$299.00

The perfect combination of outdoor adventure and Northwestern culture, our small-group whitewater & wine tour takes place in world-class scenery. Raft the White Salmon River with a family-owned whitewater team committed to protecting the region's rivers ... More info ›

The perfect combination of outdoor adventure and Northwestern culture, our small-group whitewater & wine tour takes place in world-class scenery. Raft the White Salmon River with a family-owned whitewater team committed to protecting the region's rivers. Later, head to world-class wine outfits along the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. Join a few other travelers and our TripAdvisor 'Hall of Fame' guides on a real exploration of our wild home. Don't worry about a thing--we'll take care of it all!
On the water, splash through class III and IV rapids and experience the power the river while you learn about the region's unique ecosystems. Dry off, change clothes, and make your way to Hood River where we’ll taste wines like locals at two beloved boutique wineries. In an intimate setting, learn local wine making history and the art of viticulture.
Our tours have been recognized by National Geographic Traveler, CNN, Huffington Post, and more!

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Stop At: White Salmon River, Hood River, Oregon

Whitewater rafting followed by a picnic lunch

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon

Travel through scenic areas, viewing waterfalls as conditions allow

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cathedral Ridge Winery, Hood River, Oregon

Winery in the Columbia Gorge where groups will sample local wines

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Marchesi Vineyards, Hood River, Oregon

Wine tastings.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Multnomah Falls, Bridal Veil, Oregon

620-foot waterfall in the Columbia Gorge

Duration: 45 minutes

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Oregon Wine Country Experience - all-inclusive tours by bike or shuttle

Oregon Wine Country Experience - all-inclusive tours by bike or shuttle - Hood River, United States

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$165.00

Come join us on this leisurely yet epic ride, pedaling and tasting your way through the historic Columbia River Gorge. With several tours to choose from or customize, this all-inclusive, locally guided wine tour has an abundance of natural beauty, including vast orchards, vineyards, and breathtaking views of both Mt ... More info ›

Come join us on this leisurely yet epic ride, pedaling and tasting your way through the historic Columbia River Gorge. With several tours to choose from or customize, this all-inclusive, locally guided wine tour has an abundance of natural beauty, including vast orchards, vineyards, and breathtaking views of both Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood to be captured along the ride. We’ll visit three wineries, and enjoy an exclusive vineyard tour and locally source fresh food-pairings.

Only one hour from the Portland airport, come discover Oregon wine country in The Gorge! We've collaborated with the best local wine and food partners to create the ultimate agricultural experiences for you to enjoy by bike, ebike, and/or shuttle. Choose from one of our set tours, or customize any to fit the unique needs of your group.  
This all inclusive guided bike, ebike, and/or shuttle tour provides:
-Locally sourced lunch/food pairings *recognized by Thrillist
-Complimentary tastings from u-picks and 3 wineries/cideries  
-Clean bike & helmet with back rack carrier/crate for personal items and purchases along tour
-Pick-up and delivery of larger purchases to our final destination
-Exclusive winery experience during our stops

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Small-Group Mount Hood and Columbia River Gorge Tour and Brunch Cruise

Small-Group Mount Hood and Columbia River Gorge Tour and Brunch Cruise - Hood River, United States
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$200.00

Take a comprehensive 9-hour guided tour of Oregon's national scenic area, the Columbia River Gorge. See the breathtaking landscape from the water on a 2-hour brunch cruise; cruise east toward Hood River, then west to Bonneville Dam, and finally return to the town of Cascade Locks ... More info ›

Take a comprehensive 9-hour guided tour of Oregon's national scenic area, the Columbia River Gorge. See the breathtaking landscape from the water on a 2-hour brunch cruise; cruise east toward Hood River, then west to Bonneville Dam, and finally return to the town of Cascade Locks. Then board your private vehicle to drive into the mountains to experience this agricultural area, known for its production of pears and wines. Drive along the Fruit Loop, stop at local farm stands, and drive up the Mount Hood Scenic Byway to reach Timberline Lodge, located over halfway up the side of Mount Hood. Tour is limited to a small group of a maximum of 14 people.

Your scenic tour begins with pickup from downtown Portland hotels or the central meeting location at 8:30am.
First drive through the Columbia River Gorge national scenic area to the town of Cascade Locks. Here, stop at the marine park to board the Columbia Gorge Sternwheeler for a 2-hour brunch cruise. The cruise includes a buffet-style champagne brunch complete with a variety of breakfast, lunch and dessert items, as well as champagne, sparkling cider, orange juice, coffee, and hot tea. Other beverages from the full service bar are available for purchase. Sit inside, eat and enjoy the incredible views, then head outside and walk around on the decks. Feel the northwestern wind, inhale the fresh air, take amazing photographs, and soak up some sun. If you would like, head to the top deck, meet the ship captain, and steer for a few minutes!
After the cruise, journey to the town of Hood River. The windsurfing capital of the world, it is likely you will see windsurfers and kite-boarders out on the Columbia River. Drive along the Fruit Loop, a 35-mile scenic route, past gorgeous pear, cherry, apple, nectarine and peach orchards. Stop at a stunning viewpoint to see Mt Hood and Mt Adams. Known for being the nation's top producer of pears and apples, don't miss the chance to stop at farm stands located just outside of Hood River. Here you may purchase fresh and locally grown fruit (own expense).
Continue with a drive on the Mount Hood Scenic Byway. As the byway climbs toward Mt. Hood, the agrarian valley segues into the Mt. Hood National Forest. Visit Timberline Lodge and enjoy its magnificent architecture and art. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon's most popular attractions, drawing nearly two million visitors every year. Considered an architectural wonder, it is still being used for its original intent- a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat for all to enjoy. Built in 1936 as a home for skiers and climbers, Timberline is today home to North America's longest ski season. In the height of winter, the ground floor of the lodge is typically fully buried in snow, with entry through a snow tunnel, or directly into the second floor.
After spending time in Timberline Lodge, journey back to Portland through the towns of Rhododendron, Zigzag, Welches, and Sandy. Tour concludes with drop-off at your downtown Portland hotel at approximately 5:30pm.

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Mt. Hood Railroad Train Ride to Parkdale from Hood River

Mt. Hood Railroad Train Ride to Parkdale from Hood River - Hood River, Oregon

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Hood River, Oregon

From USD
$35.00

Capture the changing beauty of Oregon’s seasons aboard the most popular ride as you journey through woods, orchards, and vineyards, with your small-group from Hood River to Parkdale, Oregon. Spectacular fruit blossoms kick start the show leading to the vivid greens of summer and the contrasting fall colors will round out nature’s display ... More info ›

Capture the changing beauty of Oregon’s seasons aboard the most popular ride as you journey through woods, orchards, and vineyards, with your small-group from Hood River to Parkdale, Oregon. Spectacular fruit blossoms kick start the show leading to the vivid greens of summer and the contrasting fall colors will round out nature’s display. This train excursion in total is 4 hours with a 45 minute layover in Parkdale, to enjoy the Hutson Museum.

You will depart from the Mount Hood Railroad Depot in Hood River, Oregon at 1030am. There is a $5.00 parking fee per car and recommendation is to arrive 45 minutes prior to departure for ticketing. You are transported through woods, orchards, and vineyards aboard the Mount Hood Train to Parkdale. While at Parkdale you can enjoy a trip to the museum or have a picnic lunch. For an additional cost, you can order a box lunch from Apple Valley BBQ, while on the train to be ready for your arrival at Parkdale or you are welcome to bring one with you, no glass please. Please be sure to dress accordingly for the weather and to wear closed toe sturdy shoes! You will return to the Mount Hood Depot at approximately 3pm.

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White Salmon River Rafting Half-Day Trip

White Salmon River Rafting Half-Day Trip - Hood River, United States
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$70.00

The White Salmon River tumbles and charges its way down a narrow basalt canyon. The rapids are big and bouncy with many large waves and powerful holes ... More info ›

The White Salmon River tumbles and charges its way down a narrow basalt canyon. The rapids are big and bouncy with many large waves and powerful holes. With rapids like Maytag, Corner Cave, Grasshoper, Siwash, Corkscrew, Waterspout, Stairstep, Highway Hole, Rattlesnake and Deadmans’ Corner (and many more), thrillseekers love this trip. This is an eight-mile trip with the first five miles consisting of continuous class III+ and IV rapids.

Rafting the White Salmon River is one of the best-kept recreation secrets of the northwest! The White Salmon River is located only 90 minutes from the Portland/Vancouver area. This river offers some of the best class III-IV rapids around and the glaciers of Mt. Adams combined with the immense aquifers in the area, keep the White Salmon bubbling all summer long! The river cuts its way through one of the most beautiful, constricted and heavily forested gorges around. The water is gin-clear, the weather is fabulous and rapids are big and numerous; making the White Salmon River one of the most exciting 1/2-day river rafting trips in the west!
As the Spring days run long and the snow begins to recede, the water levels become lower and the trip becomes more playful. Its at this point (mid-Summer and Fall, when many Northwest rivers are reduced to a trickle) that we shift our trip dynamics a bit. We launch 2 miles upstream (beyond) the normal commercial launch to begin our trip deep in the canyon (thanks to some wonderful private property owners). By launching upstream, we add 2 more miles of class IV water (including rapids like S-turn, Top-Drop, The Flume, Bombers’ Drop and more)! We also portage around BZ Falls, which is one of the most beautiful and picturesque sections of the river. We are extremely privileged and fortunate to offer this, not only for the extra rapids (and to give you more rapids per trip than anyone else) but we truly get to enjoy a canyon untouched by man.
When water levels are low enough to safely offer Husum Falls, an exciting grand finale will conclude the run. Husum Falls is completely optional and you must meet certain age guidelines to paddle this drop, many people walk around and sometimes the entire boat will portage this rapid. In short, this trip is all fun and offers the most rapids! Trips run daily, starting in March and lasting into November, meeting at 9:30am or 2:30pm!

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Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt Hood Tour from Portland

Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls and Mt Hood Tour from Portland - Hood River, United States
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Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
Location: Hood River, United States

From USD
$129.00

Follow the path of an ancient riverbed, carved by the last Ice Age, past the Bridge of the Gods, and explore the Windsurfing Capital of the World. In the afternoon, traverse Oregon’s fertile fruit valley on the way to the alpine top of a volcano, which boasts a title as the world’s 2nd most summited mountain in the world ... More info ›

Follow the path of an ancient riverbed, carved by the last Ice Age, past the Bridge of the Gods, and explore the Windsurfing Capital of the World. In the afternoon, traverse Oregon’s fertile fruit valley on the way to the alpine top of a volcano, which boasts a title as the world’s 2nd most summited mountain in the world. Come along on this whirlwind journey to experience a selection of Oregon’s wonders.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Director Park, Portland, Oregon

Our central meeting location and pick up point! A beautiful, urban park in the middle of Downtown Portland.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon

We will depart downtown Portland and head east along the Columbia River to Troutdale, known as the Gateway to the Gorge! We will join the beautiful Historic Columbia River Highway, the first planned scenic roadway in the United States.

Stop At: Vista House, Corbett, Oregon

Our first stop for the day: Crown Point Vista House. This famous overlook sits 733 feet above the Columbia River, atop the remains of a lava flow that swept through the Gorge around 14 to 17 million years ago! Here, we will find amazing 180-degree views of the Columbia River Gorge and explore the Vista House. An intricately designed observatory and museum, the Vista House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Latourell Falls, Corbett, Oregon

From the Vista House, we will drive deeper into the Columbia River National Scenic Area. Our first waterfall for the day will be the dramatic Latourell Falls which plunges 249 feet over a massive wall of columnar basalt. Depending on the season, a short ¼-mile trail hike will be led to get a closer view of the falls.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Multnomah Falls, Bridal Veil, Oregon

The next waterfall we will visit will be the famed Multnomah Falls. Plummeting 620 feet in two major steps, Multnomah Falls is the highest waterfall in Oregon and second highest in the nation! Here, we can explore the Multnomah Falls Historic Lodge (a Cascadian style stone and timber lodge built in 1925) as well as the beautiful Multnomah Falls itself. The easily accessible viewing platform offers a full view of the Benson Bridge and cascading falls beyond it.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Port of Hood River, Hood River, Oregon

We will make our way to Hood River, known as the Windsurfing Capitol of the World, where we will pause for an hour for everybody to disperse for free time. This gives us a chance to explore the town and get lunch.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Mount Hood National Forest, Clackamas County, Oregon

Following lunch, we will set out heading south, through the picturesque Fruit Loop orchards and lavender farms. If time permits, we may even make a brief stop at one of the farm stands before beginning our scenic drive through Mount Hood National Forest!

Stop At: Timberline Lodge, Timberline Lodge, Clackamas County, Oregon

For our last stop of the day, we will wind our way through Mount Hood National Forest, climbing to roughly 6,000 feet in elevation, to Timberline Lodge. This National Historic Landmark sits proudly against Oregon’s highest peak- Mt. Hood! Attracting over 10,000 climbers each year, Mt. Hood is a mammoth to behold. We’ll have the opportunity to explore inside the lodge and enjoy the surrounding Cascade Mountain Range views from the lodge’s outdoor patios. If time allows, a short hike to the Pacific Crest Trail crossing just behind the lodge can be led by your guide.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Director Park, Portland, Oregon

After a full day out on tour, we end back at Director Park, our drop off location in the heart of Downtown Portland.

Duration: 5 minutes

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